'Lincoln' Trailer Slated for Sept. 13 Premiere, Will Include Live Chat with Steven Spielberg and Joseph Gordon-Levitt


Steven Spielberg is teaming up with Google to bring you the first look at his upcoming biopic, Lincoln. The trailer for the film starring Daniel Day-Lewis as the nation's 16th president will be shown via a Google+ hangout, aka Google's version of a video chat, on September 13 at 4 p.m. PST.

Spielberg will be joined by Joseph Gordon-Levitt for a live chat following the trailer premiere, which will also broadcast live in Times Square. Levitt plays Robert Todd Lincoln in the film which many are pegging as an early Awards season favorite.

Fans who would live to ask Spielberg or JGL a question about the film are being directed to upload a short video to their own YouTube channel with the #LincolnHangout tag. The video should explain who they are, why they're interested in Lincoln along with their question.

You can learn more about the submission process and how to tune in to the live Hangout here.

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