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All the Way (2016)

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Lyndon B. Johnson's amazing 11-month journey from taking office after JFK's assassination, through the fight to pass the 1964 Civil Rights Act and his own presidential campaign, culminating on the night LBJ is actually elected to the office – no longer the 'accidental President.'

Director: Jay Roach

Release Date: 2016-05-23
Status: Released
Run time: 132 min / 2:12
Production Companies : Moon Shot Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment, HBO Films
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2016-05-23
Status: Released
Run time: 132 min / 2:12

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Casts

Bryan Cranston
as Lyndon B. Johnson
Anthony Mackie
as Martin Luther King, Jr.
Melissa Leo
as Lady Bird Johnson
Frank Langella
as Sen. Richard Russell
Bradley Whitford
as Hubert Humphrey
Stephen Root
as J. Edgar Hoover
Aisha Hinds
as Fannie Lou Hamer
Mo McRae
as Stokely Carmichael
Toby Huss
as Governor Johnson
Spencer Garrett
as Walter Reuther
Dohn Norwood
as Ralph Abernathy
Gregory Marcel
as Edwin King
Jeff Doucette
as Senator Eastland
Marque Richardson
as Bob Moses
Bruce Nozick
as Stanley Levison
Tim True
as Deke Deloach
Kevin Brief
as New Orleans Announcer
Eric Pumphrey
as David Dennis
Samantha Bogach
as Luci Johnson
Talia Toms
as MLK's Girlfriend
Bo Foxworth
as Robert McNamara
Ned Van Zandt
as Senator Fulbright
Regi Davis
as Aaron Henry
Dale E. Turner
as Choir Director
Thomas Lumberg Jr.
as Secret Service Agent
Zachary Barton
as JFK's Secretary
Keith Barber
as Older Man
Ray Wise
as Senator Everett Dirksen
Ethan Phillips
as Joe Alsop
Joe Morton
as Roy Wilkins

Crew

Directing Jay Roach Director
Writing Robert Schenkkan Writer
Production Scott Ferguson Producer
Production Jeffrey Richards Producer
Production Bryan Cranston Executive Producer
Production James Degus Executive Producer
Production Justin Falvey Executive Producer
Production Darryl Frank Executive Producer
Production Michelle Graham Executive Producer
Production Jay Roach Executive Producer
Production Robert Schenkkan Executive Producer
Production Steven Spielberg Executive Producer
Sound James Newton Howard Music
Crew Jim Denault Cinematography
Editing Carol Littleton Editor

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  • Audience Reviews for All the Way. A compelling counterpoint to Selma, one of the greatest films about Civil Rights in film history, All the Way never tells the whole story (thankfully, it's a stand-alone flick not a mini-series) but it presents the most faithful rendering of LBK ever committed to digital. One failing of Selma proved to be in casting Tom Wilkinson (an amazing actor in pretty ...

  • "All the Way" can be a crowded film, and roles like Hoover & Lady Bird aren’t designed to feel like more than sounding boards for Johnson. As with a lot of stage-to-screen productions, the background players sort of fade into a chorus, but what’s there in the spotlight, center stage, isn’t just a great performance but a formative chapter in our history; one that’s still to be written.

  • Anthony Mackie stops by the WSJ Cafe to talk about playing Martin Luther King, Jr. in HBO's "All The Way" and how the struggle over civil rights in the 1960s relates to today's political scene.

  • Bryan Cranston brings his Tony Award-winning interpretation of President Lyndon B. Johnson to television on Saturday night in an adaptation of the Robert Schenkkan play “All the Way,” and it’s still quite a sight to behold, just as it was on Broadway in 2014.

  • All the Way is a firm lesson in the price and struggle of progress in American democracy, and the perhaps impossibility of a "nice guy" president. It's also an illustration of both how much and how little has changed in 50 years.

  • More Reviews TV Review: 'The Break With Michelle Wolf' on Netflix Film Review: 'Incredibles 2' The spine of “All the Way” consists of Johnson’s efforts to get key civil rights measures passed by a recalcitrant Congress that was filled with powerful and obstructionist Southerners.

  • More Reviews Cannes Film Review: ‘Manto’ Cannes Film Review: ‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night' The spine of “All the Way” consists of Johnson’s efforts to get key civil rights measures passed by a recalcitrant Congress that was filled with powerful and obstructionist Southerners.

  • All the Way has the feeling of a one-man show that happens to have had other characters grafted into it so that Johnson has somebody to pontificate to, not that he really needs other characters with added voiceover and his tendency to monologue.

  • A listing of credits on Friday with a theater review of “All the Way,” at the Neil Simon Theater in Manhattan, misspelled the surname of a producer. She is Cheryl Wiesenfeld, not Weisenfeld. She is Cheryl Wiesenfeld, not Weisenfeld.

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