The Hollywood Film Festival has tapped Sylvester Stallone, Morgan Freeman, Lori McCreary and Tom Hooper for awards.
Kudos will be presented at ceremonies at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Oct. 25.
Stallone’s being given a career achievement award following the release of “The Expendables” — which he wrote, directed and starred in. His first role came in “The Lords of Flatbush” in 1974.
Freeman and McCreary are being honored with the fest’s innovator award, recognizing their 2005 digital “Open House” and industry-wide anti-piracy campaign and the ongoing Camera Assessment Series.
Hooper’s receiving the fest’s director award. Credits include “The King’s Speech,” “John Adams” for HBO, “The Damned United” and “Red Dust.”