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Lincoln

2013
Lincoln

Directed by

Starring

David Strathairn
James Spader
Hal Holbrook
John Hawkes
Jackie Earle Haley
Bruce McGill
Tim Blake Nelson
Joseph Cross
Peter McRobbie
Gulliver McGrath
Gloria Reuben
Jeremy Strong
Michael Stuhlbarg
Boris McGiver
David Costabile
Stephen Spinella
Walton Goggins
David Warshofsky
Colman Domingo
David Oyelowo
Lukas Haas
Carlos Thompson
Bill Camp
Elizabeth Marvel
Byron Jennings
Julie White
Charmaine White
Ralph D. Edlow
Grainger Hines
Richard Topol
Walt Smith
Dakin Matthews
James Ike Eichling
Wayne Duvall
Bill Raymond
Michael Stanton Kennedy
Ford Flannagan
Robert Ayers
Robert Peters
John Moon
Kevin Lawrence O'Donnell
Jamie Horton
Joe Dellinger
Richard Warner
Elijah Chester
Dave Hager
Sean Haggerty
Mike Shiflett
Gregory Itzin
Stephen Dunn
Stephen Henderson
Chase Edmunds
John Hutton
Robert Ruffin
Drew Sease
John Lescault
Scott Wichmann
Adam Driver
Jean Kennedy Smith
Shirley Augustine
Sarah Wylie
Margaret Ann McGowan
Hilary Montgomery
Asa-Luke Twocrow
Lancer Dean Shull
Robert Wilharm
Sgt. John Jones
Paul Gowans
Joseph Miller
John Bellemer
Mary Dunleavy
Christopher Evan Welch
Alan Sader
Gannon McHale
Ken Lambert
Thomas K. Belgrey
Ted Johnson
Don Henderson Baker
Raynor Scheine
Armistead Wellford
Michael Ruff
Rich Wills
Stephen Bozzo
Christopher Alan Stewart
Teddy Eck
Todd Fletcher
Charles Kinney
Joseph Carlson
Michael Goodwin
Edward McDonald
Jim Batchelder
Gregory Hosaflook
Joe Kerkes
William Kaffenberger
Larry Van Hoose
C. Brandon Marshall
David Russell Graham
Benjamin Shirley
Henry Kidd
Joseph Frances Filipowski
Thomas Aldridge
Sidney Blackmer Jr.
Billy Caldwell
Glenn T. Crone
Martin Dew
Theodore Ewald
Todd Hunter
Joe Inscoe
Raymond H. Johnson
Gary Keener
Randolph Meekins
Frank Moran
Charley Morgan
Chad Pettit
Barry Privett
Leslie Rogers
Marcello Rollando
Keith Tyree
Kevin J. Walsh
Robert Wray
S. Epatha Merkerson
Christopher Boyer
Stephen Dunford
David Doersch
Christopher Cartmill
Robert Shepherd
Randy Allen
Walker Babington
Logan Bennett
Ryland Breeding
Leon Addison Brown
Paul W. Carroll
Skye Dennis
Brian Elder
Dennis Farrell
David Foster
Terry Menefee Gau
Katherine Gray
Israel David Groveman
Lucas N. Hall
Vonn Harris
Jack Hoke
Bob Hurley
Kevin Inouye
Shaun Irving
Shawn Everett Jones
James Judice
Clarence Key
Stephen L. Kolb
T. Alloy Langenfeld
J. Emerson McGowan
Alexander McPherson
Jim Meisner Jr.
Adrian Nanney
Robert Lucas Nelson
Matthew Pabo
Ken Peebles
Melondy Phillips
Leigh Spofford
Stephen Szibler
Ryan Wick
Philip N. Williams
Jim Ed Wills
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Movie details
UK total gross
£8,184,848
750
Lincoln
751

US total gross
$182,207,973
231
Lincoln

Global total gross
$275,293,450
508
Lincoln

UK BBFC Certificate: 12

Popular in: United States

Box Office Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 3

Weeks on box office: 6

Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
3N
£1,657,337
£1,657,337
4
£1,377,588
£4,239,010
7
£809,196
£5,916,579
9
£483,397
£6,964,023
11
£323,915
£7,640,021
14
£234,605
£8,184,848