In case you missed ’ems: First back-to-back edition

Yeah, we posted links Thursday, but we couldn’t wait another day for a new batch.  Suspecting this will be a trend …

— A new trailer for “Silver Linings Playbook” (above) is up and at ’em.

— “Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes told BBC News that he is envisioning a prequel for the series.

Ray_Dolby sm— Ray Dolby (right) will receive the Charles S. Swartz award for significant impact on post-production at the seventh-annual Hollywood Post Alliance Awards on Nov. 1. Ray’s son David Dolby will accept the award on his behalf.

— Sarah Greenwood (“Anna Karenina”) will receive
the Hollywood Film Awards honor for production design at the Oct. 22 ceremony. Greenwood has been thrice nominated for Oscars.

— Winners of the 2012 Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment (CAPE) Awards were Ambarish Manepalli & Christopher T. VanDijk
for their feature screenplay “Cowboys vs. Indians,” Franklin Jin Rho
for TV script “Revelation” and in the new Hawaii category, Cara Fasone for feature script “Hanabada Days.”


From left: CAPE director Jennifer Sanders, CAPE co-chairperson Adele Yoshioka,  Franklin Jin Rho, Cara Fasone, Ambarish Manepalli, Christopher T. VanDijk, CAPE co-chairperson Wenda Fong.

— The entry deadline for the 3D  Technology Awards is Sunday.

— One more 2012 Emmy shot for the road — via Rita Wilson’s Twitter, Tom Hanks readies his new hood ornament.


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