Steven Spielberg Debuts New 'Obama' Footage at White House Correspondents' Dinner...Wait, What?

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While 'Lincoln' might not have taken home the Oscar for Best Picture, it was considered one of the best films of the year by many a critic, mainly for Daniel Day-Lewis' exceptional performance as Honest Abe. In light of the film's success, what is its director Steven Spielberg planning as a follow-up?

During Saturday's White House Correspondents' Dinner, President Barack Obama revealed the first behind-the-scenes footage from Spielberg's next project, 'Obama,' which re-teams him with...Day-Lewis in the title role? Take a look...

Gotcha! Obama has always had a great sense of humor, which was on display during last night's WHCD, for which Conan O'Brien hosted. Though the comedian got a lot of laughs with bits on Joe Biden, Chris Christie, e-mails and Twitter hashtags, it was Obama who stole the show.

One of the most talked-about moments of the evening, in addition to the President's comedic bits, was the debut of this behind-the-scenes-type look at Spielberg's spoof movie 'Obama,' showing off our leader's comedic chops and acting skills. If you missed the airing entirely, check out his full speech below:

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