— Marion Cotillard will get a career tribute at this year’s Gotham Independent Film Awards, writes Gordon Cox of Variety.
— Bradley Cooper will recieve the actor award at the Hollywood Film Awards.
— Harvey Weinstein will deliver the keynote address at the start of the London Film Festival Industry Program.
— Ken Burns plans to fight a New York City request for footage from “The Central Park Five” that the city hopes to use while defending itself against federal
lawsuits. Chris Boyette of CNN has more.
— The 2012 Media Access Awards, “honoring individuals in the entertainment and broadcast industries for their
efforts in promoting awareness of the disability experience, accessibility for
people with disabilities, and the accurate depiction of characters with
disabilities,” will take place Wednesday morning at the Beverly Hilton.
— A “Seven Psychopaths” trailer has been remixed into “Seven Psychocats.”
— Marcus Dixon of Gold Derby wonders if former “Two and a Half Men” teammates Jon Cryer and Charlie Sheen will face off against each other for lead actor honors at the Golden Globes now that Sheen is eligible with FX’s “Anger Management.”