VIDEO: Steven Spielberg Chats LINCOLN on CBS's '60 Minutes'
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Say the name "Steven Spielberg" and people think of a host of images, a shark, an alien space ship, Indiana Jones in a snake pit, soldiers landing on the beaches of Normandy. His movies educate and enthrall; boggle and terrify. And now he's directed his 27th film about one of the most admired men in history and one of his heroes, Abraham Lincoln.
The acclaimed director appeared on last night's 60 MINUTES on CBS to talk about the upcoming film as well as to reveal stories from his childhood that are reflected in many of his extraordinary films. Check out the segment below!