Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” will have its world premiere on Monday at the New York Film Festival. Two days later, Spielberg and the film’s star, Daniel Day-Lewis, will participate in a live Q&A chat following a 7pm screening of “Lincoln” at the AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 in New York. Fans can submit questions for the conversation via Twitter using the hashtag #Lincolnmovie. The screening will start simultaneously in nine other cities with audiences being able to watch the Q&A via satellite. The chat will also stream live on Yahoo! Movies at movies.yahoo.com/lincoln-live/. DreamWorks also unveiled a new trailer for the film Wednesday night, following the US presidential debate. The two-minute spot showed marked improvement over the sleepy solemnity of the initial trailer, beginning with a series of images — Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jumior, Nelson Mandela, female suffragists, the flag-raising at Iwo Jima, the Normandy D-day landing, the columns of light where the World Trade Centre towers once stood — as we listen to Day-Lewis’ high-pitched, Kentucky drawl. “We’ve shown that people can endure awful sacrifice and yet cohere,” Day-Lewis’ Lincoln tells us forcefully. “Shall we stop this bleeding?” Then we see additional battles scenes, more urgency and less Tommy Lee Jones, not to mention a scene of Sally Field’s Mary Todd Lincoln getting in Honest Abe’s face.