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WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley joins director Steven Spielberg on the red carpet at the National Archives.
Charlottesville native Billy Campbell says re-enacting the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln for a television movie was daunting.
A film that looks behind the Virginia-made scenes of Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" is making its debut in Richmond.
The Virginia Historical Society is seeking memorabilia from the movie "Lincoln."
Steven Spielberg's hit movie "Lincoln" could also be a big hit for Virginia's economy, infusing $64 million into the state's economy in 2012.
If you can't decide whether to read the book first or watch the movie, it doesn't matter. You'll barely recognize "Team of Rivals" in "Lincoln's" plot.
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley says "Lincoln" proves that inspired, intelligent filmmaking shall not perish from this earth.
'Lincoln' made its debut Thursday as the state tourism office launched a website and self-guided tour of the locations used by Spielberg and his all-star cast in his historic epic on the nation's 16th president, which is released nationally on Friday.
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