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A morning mix of entertainment headlines... Steven Spielberg’s “ Lincoln ” screened Monday night at the New York Film Festival and garnered a positive initial response, as well as predictions that Daniel Day-Lewis, Tommy Lee Jones, Sally Field and virtually everyone involved in the film will be nominated for Oscars.

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