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This year's nominations are dominated by 'Les Miserables', 'Silver Linings Playbook', 'Lincoln', 'Modern Family' and Maggie Smith.
Vying for the top Best Picture award, the history movie shatters the record for a film with the most nominations previously held by 'Black Swan' in 2010.
The emotive, piano-backed single presents Mars' smooth vocals and comes as another promotional single for his upcoming 'Unorthodox Jukebox' album set for release on December 11.
The Osama bin Laden hunt film claims the coveted Best Picture title in addition to two other prizes, while the Abraham Lincoln pic wins the Best Actor award for Daniel Day-Lewis.
The fifth and final movie in the 'Twilight Saga' took in an estimated $64 million from Wednesday to Sunday.
The last vampire saga predictably will take the first position in the box office this weekend with such cume.
Asked why he doesn't depict John Wilkes Booth in the history movie, Spielberg reasons, 'Had we taken it right up to the assassination, the film would've, for the first time, become exploitation.'
The promotional event is also attended by the film's cast members, including Daniel Day-Lewis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Sally Field and Tommy Lee Jones.
Robert Todd Lincoln is seen arguing with his president father in one clip, while Mary Todd Lincoln is featured meeting with Thaddeus Stevens at a formal event in another.
'It has nothing to do with the current politics,' Spielberg reacts to allegation that his film is intentionally released to hype up this year's U.S. presidential election.
Some critics say Jones steals the film although Daniel Day-Lewis' performance is also convincing, while some others gush that the movie is one of Spielberg's best works.
Offering plenty new scenes, the intense trailer shows Abraham Lincoln letting out his emotion when struggling to pass the 13th Amendment to end slavery in the United States.