After playing in Breaking Bad, the actor will be the role of the president Lundon B. Johnson in All the Way, adaptation TV in a drama produced by Steven Spielberg for HBO.

Bryan Cranston is back on TV! The actor who portrayed the role in the iconic Walter White in Breaking Bad series reunites with his first love. He will soon join the cast of the movie All the way, the adaptation of a play in which he had already played on Broadway and which earned him a Tony Award (Prize for best actor and the best part for Robert Schenkkan, the author of the piece). Bryan Cranston will play the role of Lyndon B. Johnson, who became President of the United States after the death of John Kennedy.

This new series, in association with HBO Films, will be produced by Steven Spielberg. And Robert Schenkkan that will be in charge of the scenario of this movie, which returns to the first year of president Johnson in the Oval Office of the White House. For the time being, no date has been given as the dissemination of fiction. Bryan Cranston is still headlining of the American blockbuster Godzilla, big carton of the year 2014. The film has also harvested by more than 490 million dollars in revenue. By