Steven Spielberg‘s latest film, Lincoln, opens on November 9 and expands November 16. It tells the dramatic story of the final three months in Abraham Lincoln’s life, where he abolished slavery and united a nation in turmoil. Though Spielberg became famous with films featuring fantasy and adventure, for the past twenty years, he’s been much more interested in history: Schindler’s List, Saving Private Ryan, Munich and War Horse¬†are just a handful of examples. Lincoln continues that trend, and in an interview the director did with 60 Minutes, he revealed action doesn’t excite him anymore.

During the interview, Spielberg also talked in-depth about his childhood, his relationship with his parents and much more. It’s an enlightening piece of journalism. Check it out below. Read More »

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