Friday, November 30, 2012

Spielberg moved to tears during filming of #LincolnMovie?

Lincoln, a comparison companion book to #LincolnMovie
Oh my, Lincoln is everywhere! The other night, the SO and I were enjoying a yummy sushi night, when I overheard the table beside us in an intense discussion about Lincoln! They were talking about the costumes and everything. Made me happy to know that great history is reaching all sorts of people and educating while entertaining. Now if your kids would love to learn more, there's been a new companion book to the film made titled, “Lincoln: How Abraham Lincoln Ended Slavery in America.”

Harold Holzer, the historian who served as a consultant on the movie and the author of dozens of books on Lincoln and the Civil War, wrote a new book especially for young readers so that they could learn more about the history of Lincoln! It'd be a pretty unique present for the kids this holiday season!
Interview with Oprah
Photo credit: (c) Harpo Studios, Inc
Photographer: George Burns
AND in a short 2 days, this Sunday, December 2nd at 9-10:30PM EST/PST on Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), you can see a 90-minute special episode of "Oprah's Next Chapter" featuring Academy Award winners Steven Spielberg, Daniel Day-Lews and Sally Field. They'll be speaking on the amazing creation that is LINCOLN. Steven Spielberg moved to tears during filming? Oh yes, see that and more this Sunday! Check out a sneak peak here.
My spoiler-free Lincoln Movie Review.

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Unknown said...[Reply]

How cool! I think that book would be a lot of fun to have!

Debi@The Spring Mount 6 Pack said...[Reply]

Oh wow.

Jeannette said...[Reply]

This is awesome! I can't wait to see this movie! I have heard it is amazing!

Tesa @ 2 Wired 2 Tired said...[Reply]

I've heard such good things about the movie that I think the book would be fabulous!

ann said...[Reply]

What a great book , a part of history Lincoln was. I've read alot about the movie and it sure is one to be seen by all. Im sure the book is just as interesting as the movie. I love reading about the older days. I think Sally Fields being in the movie is going to be great . Thanks for the info

Karen said...[Reply]

I would love to see this movie.

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