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Tag Archives: lincoln
A short teaser trailer from Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” has been released. Its goal is to get the public excited about the debut of the first full length trailer for the movie. The full trailer will be released in a special … Continue reading
I’m so impressed with Daniel Day-Lewis as an actor. The man is known for his total transformations into the person he is portraying. As you can see by this newly released movie poster below, and the previous image released, Day-Lewis … Continue reading
The Walt Disney Studios released this incredible first still of Daniel Day-Lewis in character as president Abraham Lincoln, from Steven Spielberg’s upcoming biopic Lincoln. Like Spielberg’s War Horse, Lincoln is a DreamWorks Studios production and will be distributed in North America … Continue reading
Those who have been paying attention, and there are a lot of us, know the “Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln” attraction has been missing in action since the Opera House closed down to retool for Disneyland’s 50th Anniversary. It was … Continue reading