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George Clooney as Lee Gates in "Money Monster," Lizzy Caplan as Lula May in "Now You See Me 2" and Bryan Cranston as President Lyndon B. Johnson in "All the Way," all available on Blu-ray.

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LBJ's library was dedicated in 1971 and is located on the expansive Lyndon B. Johnson National Historic Park. The Park includes many historic landmarks, including Johnson's childhood home, his grandparents' log cabin settlement, the family cemetery, and the “Texas White House” which served as a hub of political activity when Johnson was in office. The Library houses 45 million pages of documents written by LBJ and his close associates and was built adjacent to the LBJ School of Public Affairs.

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Lady Bird and Lyndon Johnson with Jackie Kennedy in the bloodied suit, moments after Johnson was administered the presidential oath. (AP Photo/White House/Cecil Stoughton, File)

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This image released by Jeffrey Richards Associates shows Bryan Cranston portraying President Lyndon B. Johnson during a performance of "All the Way." Cranston plays Johnson during his first year in office following the assassination of John F. Kennedy and explores both his fight for re-election and the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Richards Associates, Evgenia Eliseeva)

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This image released by Jeffrey Richards Associates shows Bryan Cranston portraying President Lyndon B. Johnson during a performance of "All the Way." Cranston plays Johnson during his first year in office following the assassination of John F. Kennedy and explores both his fight for re-election and the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Richards Associates, Evgenia Eliseeva)

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President Lyndon B. Johnson holds his dog "Her" by the ears as White House visitors look on, April 27, 1964, on the White House lawn in Washington. At left is President Johnson's other dog, "Him." This picture raised criticism from dog lovers. (AP Photo/Charles P. Gorry)