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CS Video: The Cast of Steven Spielberg's Lincoln

Source:   Silas Lesnick
November 5, 2012


Opening in a limited release this Friday, Steven Spielberg's Lincoln brings to the screen a character study not only of the 16th President's final weeks in office, but also of the complicated politics of the day and the all-too-true tale of how some of the human rights that define our nation very nearly never came to pass.

Featuring a wholly transformative performance by Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln's enormous cast includes character performances by the likes of Sally Field, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Tommy Lee Jones, James Spader, Hal Holbrook and dozens more.

ComingSoon.net sat down with three of the film's key players: Field, who plays Lincoln's wife, Mary Todd, Gordon-Levitt, who plays his and her son, Robert Todd and Spader, who plays a political operative and precursor to the modern lobbyist.

Check out the interviews in the player below and catch Lincoln in limited theaters November 9, expanding everywhere November 16.


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