Director Rob Reiner has made films about presidents before as in the Michael Douglas led, The American President. This time he is exploring the real life making of an American president in LBJ starring Woody Harrelson as Lyndon B. Johnson.
Reiner joins host Robin Milling to candidly discuss the making of LBJ from the make-up process Woody had to endure, to how Johnson's children felt about Harrelson's portrayal.
Reiner tells Robin behind-the-scenes stories of using actual locations to recreate the assasination of President John F. Kennedy, A self-described "news junkie," Reiner discusses what this movie might mean to a younger generation.
LBJ opens in theaters November 3.