UNDATED (CBS) -- Some of this year's Screen Actors Guild Award nominees will also present the prizes. And "Lincoln" gets an overseas makeover.
Steven Spielberg and the stars of "Lincoln" smiled for the cameras in Madrid. The movie is making its European debut with an extra montage to explain American history to international audiences.
A conservative group in Utah wants the state to stop funding the Sundance Film Festival which kicks off today. The group calls some of the movies at the festival "dirty." Sundance officials say people don't have to watch the films.
Some of this year's nominees for the Screen Actors Guild awards will also take the stage as presenters, here at the Shrine Exposition Center.
The stars of Silver Linings Playbook, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, will meet up to present an award. So will Les Miserables co-stars Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackman. All of them are up for SAG awards on Jan. 27.
Mark Wahlberg and Russell Crowe co-star in the new movie "Broken City." Wahlberg plays an ex-cop turned private eye, hired to investigate the mayor's cheating wife. Wahlberg says, "My character is not so good, but he does want redemption. He's willing to sacrifice his own freedom to make up for the mistakes that he's made by doing the right thing."
"Broken City" opens in theaters Jan. 18.
Oscar winning actress Marion Cotillard is Harvard University's "Hasty Pudding" woman of the year. A parade and a roast will be held in her honor at the end of the month.