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The Oscar-winning actor portrays the honest 16th president of the United States in Steven Spielberg's historical drama.
The Phil Keoghan-hosted adventure game show will return on February 19, 2012 at 8/7c, pushing 'Undercover Boss' from the Sunday slot to Fridays starting February 17.
Day-Lewis is seen donning three-piece suit complete with Lincoln's trademark stove-pipe hat while chatting with director Steven Spielberg on the set of the biopic in Virginia.
Day-Lewis has been snapped being all trimmed up as Abraham Lincoln while taking a break at a restaurant in Richmond, Virginia during the filming of the Steven Spielberg-directed biopic.
Find blinks of pop culture references such as Michael Jackson, Madonna and 'Superman' in the first version of the video.
The British actor is reportedly also considered for the villainous character, putting him in a contention alongside Viggo Mortensen.
Steven Spielberg will start directing the two-time Oscar-winning British actor to play the 16th President of the United States in fall 2011.
Despite report that he has been chosen to play the movie's villain Moriarty, the actor's manager says it's 'not true.'
The actor once enrolled in Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and now he is the recipient of a special honor by Bristol University.
The museum in Washington, D.C. has displayed the late King of Pop wax figure in the attraction's lobby to mark the one year anniversary of the star's death on June 25.
The canceled daytime soap opera taped its final episode in Brooklyn, New York after gracing the television screens for more than a half of century.
Guy Ritchie reportedly wants Daniel Day-Lewis to play the villainous character, while Sean Penn and Javier Bardem are said to be up for the same role.