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Published: 01:33 GMT, 14 December 2017 | Updated: 17:21 GMT, 14 December 2017

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He was snubbed by the SAG Awards for his role in the flick, despite receiving a Best Actor nomination at the Golden Globes.

But Daniel Day-Lewis showed no signs of disappointment on Wednesday as he continued to promote his new drama Phantom Thread in New York City

The 60-year-old cut a cool figure in double denim as he attended a screening of the film at MOMA - after revealing the screen project will be his last, as he is planning to give up acting altogether.

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On with the show: Daniel Day-Lewis continued to promote his new drama Phantom Thread in New York City on Wednesday

On with the show: Daniel Day-Lewis continued to promote his new drama Phantom Thread in New York City on Wednesday

Farewell: Daniel, who stars as a dressmaker in the film (above), was nominated for a Golden Globe award, but failed to receive recognition in the Best Actor category at the SAGs

Farewell: Daniel, who stars as a dressmaker in the film (above), was nominated for a Golden Globe award, but failed to receive recognition in the Best Actor category at the SAGs

The Lincoln star looked typically trendy in a denim shirt and matching jeans, as he attended a screening of the film, hosted by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.

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Keeping comfortable for the busy day, he layered a simple striped T-shirt underneath, and added classic tan brogues.

Happily answering questions from the audience at the event, Daniel appeared to be in good spirits - despite being snubbed by the SAG Awards earlier that day. 

Quirky: The Lincoln star looked typically trendy in a denim shirt and matching jeans, as he attended a screening of the film, hosted by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences

Quirky: The Lincoln star looked typically trendy in a denim shirt and matching jeans, as he attended a screening of the film, hosted by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences

Casual: Keeping comfortable for the busy day, he layered a simple striped T-shirt underneath, and added classic tan brogues

Casual: Keeping comfortable for the busy day, he layered a simple striped T-shirt underneath, and added classic tan brogues

However, he did bag a nomination in the Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Drama category at the 2018 Golden Globes earlier this week.

The new historical drama sees Daniel play renowned dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock, whose successful career in the fashion industry is disrupted when he falls in love with the mysterious Alma, played by Vicky Krieps.

However, Daniel announced in June that Phanton Thread was his last film, as he is giving up acting for good.

Not bothered: Happily answering questions from the audience at the event, Daniel appeared to be in good spirits - despite being snubbed by the SAG Awards earlier that day

Not bothered: Happily answering questions from the audience at the event, Daniel appeared to be in good spirits - despite being snubbed by the SAG Awards earlier that day

Lead role: The drama sees Daniel play renowned dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock, whose career in the fashion industry is disrupted when he falls in love with the mysterious Alma

Lead role: The drama sees Daniel play renowned dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock, whose career in the fashion industry is disrupted when he falls in love with the mysterious Alma

Speaking to W magazine, the actor admitted he felt 'great sadness' at the thought, but that he felt 'compelled' to embark on a new chapter, following the release of his new film. 

He said: 'The impulse to quit took root in me, and that became a compulsion. It was something I had to do.' 

Before adding: 'I dread to use the overused word ‘artist,’ but there’s something of the responsibility of the artist that hung over me. 

Dramatic: However, Daniel announced in June that Phanton Thread (above) was his last film, as he is giving up acting for good

Dramatic: However, Daniel announced in June that Phanton Thread (above) was his last film, as he is giving up acting for good

Moving on: Speaking to W magazine , the actor admitted he felt 'great sadness' at the thought, but that he felt 'compelled' to embark on a new chapter

Moving on: Speaking to W magazine , the actor admitted he felt 'great sadness' at the thought, but that he felt 'compelled' to embark on a new chapter

'I need to believe in the value of what I’m doing. The work can seem vital. Irresistible, even. And if an audience believes it, that should be good enough for me. But, lately, it isn’t.'

His announcement came as a shock to both fans and industry veterans - as he is the only man to have won three Best Actor awards at the Oscars.

The Brit first won for My Left Foot back in 1990 - in which he played cerebral palsy sufferer Christy Brown. 

He then won his second for Paul Thomas Anderson's flick There Will Be Blood in 2007, and his third for Lincoln in 2013.

True talent: His announcement came as a shock to both fans and industry veterans - as he is the only man to have won three Best Actor awards at the Oscars (pictured in 2013)

True talent: His announcement came as a shock to both fans and industry veterans - as he is the only man to have won three Best Actor awards at the Oscars (pictured in 2013)

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