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For five seasons of "Breaking Bad," Bryan Cranston displayed his versatility through the dramatic evolution of his character, Walter White, from milquetoast schoolteacher to meth-marketing monster. That was just a warm up for "All the Way," an HBO film adapted from the Tony Award-winning Broadway play that calls for Cranston to embody the almost moment-to-moment volatility of U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson.Cranston made his Broadway debut with "All the Way" – a nervy challenge he couldn't say no to once he read Robert Schenkkan's script.In late summer 2015, "Trumbo" director Jay Roach and Cranston re-teamed to film "All the Way".For the film, by contrast, it took a makeup wizard over two hours every morning to turn Cranston into LBJ.
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