Now we know what you're thinking, and we'd be inclined to agree -- it does just seem too soon to be rebooting "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter." But it's too late now, as the film is on the way. Very little is revealed here, bar an impressive Civil War battle, the back of Daniel Day-Lewis' head, and the Gettysburg Address -- read, interestingly, by David Oyelowo's character. But it wouldn't be a teaser for a teaser if it gave away all the goods right away, surely?
If you want to know when you can see the whole thing, it premieres at 7pm EST on Thursday, during a Google+ hangout with Spielberg and one of his cast members, Joseph Gordon-Levitt. This is an appropriate marketing move, since Google+, like Abraham Lincoln, has been dead for some time. Assuming this "Inception"-like nesting doll marketing technique reaches a conclusion at some stage, "Lincoln" will open in limited release on November 9th, before going wide on November 16th. [The Film Stage]