Double Oscar winning film director Steven Spielberg paid a visit to Pennsylvania today and gave his own Gettysburg address.
The movie making mogul was a keynote speaker during the anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's historic speech.
More than 9,000 people were in attendance.
Spielbergs latest film "Lincoln" was released to cinemas just last week.
It was 149 years ago that about 10,000 local folks came to Gettysburg to dedicate a cemetery for union soldiers killed in the battle and to hear remarks from President Abraham Lincoln.