“Big adventures” await The Librarians, says the official key art poster for Season 4, which features Eve (Rebecca Romijn), Cassandra (Lindy Booth), Ezekiel (John Harlan Kim), Jenkins (John Larroquette) and Jacob (Christian Kane) in an homage to pulp adventure-style novels.
If several actors can tackle the legacy of Winston Churchill and be awarded for it, then why not Lyndon Baines Johnson? In recent times we have seen British actor Tom Wilkinson take him on somewhat controversially in Selma, as well as Bryan Cranston in his Tony-winning and Emmy-nominated turn in All the Way; both were excellent in the role, especially Cranston. Now we can add — of all people — Woody Harrelson to the club in LBJ, director Rob Reiner’s stirring biopic.
He’s come a long way from his early TV days on Cheers, building a film career with roles in about 80 movies, including White Men Can’t Jump, the Hunger Games franchise, War for the Planet of the Apes, No Country for Old Men and The Edge of Seventeen. Now Woody Harrelson, 56, portrays a fellow Texan, President Lyndon B. Johnson, in LBJ, in theaters November 3.