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Lincoln Preview and Trailer

In our never-ending quest to keep you informed and up-to-date on movie and home entertainment happenings, Inside Redbox regularly takes a look at major films coming out in the near(ish) future that are already generating buzz and anticipation. This time around, we’re spotlighting Lincoln.

Here’s the brand new trailer:


Steven Spielberg has had a spotty record of late, with his last few films (Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Tintin, and Warhorse) tanking with critics, the box office or both. All that looks to change with the upcoming biopic Lincoln. Character actor extraordinaire Daniel Day-Lewis is the spitting image of the sixteenth president, and an excellent supporting cast looks like they will complement Lewis nicely. By all appearances, this epic film looks to be a return to form for the legendary director.

Lincoln bows in theaters this December. Will you be there?

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