'Lincoln' One-Sheet: Daniel Day-Lewis is a Pensive President (Photo)

Lincoln Key Art - P 2012

Lincoln Key Art - P 2012

Disney released a black-and-white look at the actor as a deep-in-thought 16th president.

Abraham Lincoln was known to have a solid sense of humor and knack for telling anecdotes, but all signs point to Steven Spielberg's biopic of the president focusing on his very serious side.

Disney, the studio behind the Oscar winner's Lincoln, released the one sheet for the film Wednesday, offering yet another look at Daniel Day-Lewis' uncanny resemblance to the bearded commander-in-chief.

While all the art thus far has focused on Day-Lewis, there are plenty of other big stars that will take turns in 1860s garb: Sally Field plays Mary Todd Lincoln, Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays their son Robert Todd Lincoln, Tommy Lee Jones is Thaddeus Stevens, and Jared Harris takes on Ulysses S. Grant.

Lincoln hits theaters in November.