Watch: 42-Minute 'Lincoln' Q&A with Spielberg & Daniel Day-Lewis
Once Argo hits theaters this weekend, it's pretty safe to say that awards season has begun, but we'll be waiting a little while before we see Lincoln, one of the other Oscar contenders. However, leading up to the film there's plenty to keep audiences engaged and interested. In the wake of the fantastic first trailer and Presidential Debate TV spot, director Steven Spielberg and lead actor Daniel Day-Lewis have taken a decent chunk of time (42 minutes to be exact) to answer questions and discuss their historical featuring great talent like Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Tommy Lee Jones, David Strathairn and more. Watch it!
Here's the 42-minute Lincoln Q&A session with Steven Spielberg and Daniel Day-Lewis from Yahoo:
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.
I wonder what it meant when Daniel Day Lewis said it was good that the majority of the audience were not film majors?
Benjamin Moore on Oct 11, 2012
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