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Posted at 12:00 AM ET, 11/19/2010

This just in...: Steven Spielberg scopes out Richmond, Virginia

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Steven Spielberg, 2010. (Matt Sayles/AP)

Steven Spielberg lunched Thursday at Millie's restaurant in Richmond with officials from the Virginia Film Office, reports our colleague Anita Kumar. No word why Spielberg was in town, but he's said to be interested in a film about Abraham Lincoln. "I asked a couple members of his entourage if they were making a movie in Richmond and one woman replied 'maybe,'" said Aaron Ruby, a PR exec who spotted Spielberg as he walked in the front door. A film office spokeswoman wasn't talking.

By The Reliable Source  | November 19, 2010; 12:00 AM ET
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His Lincoln film has been in development for years! Liam Neeson recently said he dropped out of consideration to play the role given how long it's taken and the fact that he's now older than Lincoln was at the time of his assassination.

Posted by: rweber3 | November 19, 2010 11:04 AM | Report abuse

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