Actress Sally Field almost didn't land the role of Mary Todd Lincoln, a historical figure she says she always wanted to play. Watch as Sally tells Oprah about the long casting process for 'Lincoln,' the rejection and the magical moment she shared with Daniel Day-Lewis, the film's leading man.
After seeing the film Lincoln for the second time, Oprah sits down with Oscar-winning director Steven Spielberg. Watch as she shares the moment that moved her to tears. Plus, Steven reveals what made him cry on set and why it's not a good thing when a director gets emotional.
Daniel Day-Lewis spent a year studying Abraham Lincoln, America's 16th president, before filming began for Steven Spielberg's Lincoln. After reading more than 100 books, Daniel says, he was able to capture the president's distinctive voice. Watch as he explains why he believes the voice is 'a fingerprint of the soul.'
Director Steven Spielberg, a father of seven children ranging in age from 16 to 36, opens up about the parenting challenges he and his wife, actress Kate Capshaw, have faced. Find out why having a famous last name like Spielberg has been a source of distress for Steven's children.
Watch as Oprah returns to the studio where she first auditioned in front of director Steven Spielberg for a role in The Color Purple. Oprah opens up about her recent interview with Steven and her love for his film Lincoln. Plus, Oprah offers a first look at her conversation with the film's stars, Sally Field and Daniel Day-Lewis.
On the way to his sold-out concert in Chicago, Oprah says, she tried to imagine what it's like to be Justin Bieber, a small-town kid who's now the most-watched person on YouTube. Justin reveals why it's hard to make new friends and find people he can trust at this stage in his life.
Every time superstar Justin Bieber goes outside, he's surrounded by photographers, screaming fans, bodyguards, managers, publicists and countless others. But, Justin tells Oprah, there are still days when he feels lonely. Justin opens up about the bad days, the haters and his sleepless nights.
Over the years, Justin Bieber says, he and his mother, Pattie Mallette, have grown up together. Watch as Justin tells Oprah how his relationship with his parents has evolved and why he loves being a big brother to his father's two younger children. Plus, Justin addresses the 2011 paternity scandal.
In 2007, Justin Bieber's mother posted videos on YouTube of her 12-year-old son singing. Thousands of miles away, American talent manager Scott 'Scooter' Braun saw the videos and called to set up a meeting between Justin and R&B artist Usher Raymond. The rest, as they say, is history. Watch as Justin reveals how he reacted to the phone call that changed the course of his life.
With more than 30 million followers, Justin Bieber is the second-most-popular celebrity on Twitter (behind Lady Gaga). Watch as Justin tells Oprah how he stays true to himself, even when fans are following his every move. Plus, find out why he tries to keep his Twitter experience drama-free.