Must Watch: A Call for Equality in New International 'Lincoln' Trailer
Halloween is past us (and there were some great movie-themed costumes to behold), and now it's on to this holiday season, which means awards season is right around the corner. This past weekend saw Oscar contender Flight hit theaters, and soon Lincoln will be on the big screen (limited theaters this weekend and a wide release November 16th). But before then, an international trailer for the Steven Spielberg film starring Daniel Day-Lewis as the titular 16th President of the United States of America has arrived with a call for equality. This movie will be big for audiences and the Oscars, and we can't wait to see it. Watch it!
Here's the new international trailer for Steven Spielberg's Lincoln from The Guardian:
Steven Spielberg's Lincoln, which finished shooting last year, stars Daniel Day-Lewis (of My Left Foot, Gangs of New York, There Will Be Blood) as our 16th President, Abraham Lincoln, and focuses on the last four months of his life, guiding the North to victory during the Civil War. The cast includes Sally Field, Tommy Lee Jones, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jackie Earle Haley, Lee Pace, John Hawkes, Walton Goggins, Hal Holbrook, Tim Blake Nelson and David Oyelowo. The film has a screenplay by Oscar nominee Tony Kushner (Angels in America, Munich), based on many books about Lincoln's life. Disney, releasing the DreamWorks production, will debut Lincoln in limited theaters starting on November 9th, expanding wide on the 16th.