• Bafta to honour Andy Serkis with Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award
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    Bafta to honour Andy Serkis with Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award

    Andy Serkis will receive the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award at the 73rd EE British Academy Film Awards ceremony.

  • Graham Norton to host 2020 BAFTA film awards
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    Graham Norton to host 2020 BAFTA film awards

    The comedian will follow in the footsteps of Joanna Lumley and Stephen Fry.

  • Cineworld withdraws its support from BAFTA over its policy on streaming movies
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    Cineworld withdraws its support from BAFTA over its policy on streaming movies

    The cinema chain Cineworld has withdrawn its support from BAFTA, following wins for the streaming movie Roma at this year's awards.

  • Vue CEO goes to war with BAFTA over Netflix's 'made for TV' films
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    Vue CEO goes to war with BAFTA over Netflix's 'made for TV' films

    "It is clear that Netflix made at best a token effort to screen 'Roma'"

  • Joanna Lumley's 'train wreck' BAFTA jokes are getting brutally panned
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    Joanna Lumley's 'train wreck' BAFTA jokes are getting brutally panned

    Joanna Lumley may be something of a national treasure, but whoever was writing her jokes as she presented last night’s BAFTAs truly and wholly let the side down. It seemed to imply that Hart’s downfall had something to do with Twitter.

  • BAFTAs: Rami Malek wins Best Actor for 'Bohemian Rhapsody', doesn't thank Bryan Singer
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    BAFTAs: Rami Malek wins Best Actor for 'Bohemian Rhapsody', doesn't thank Bryan Singer

    Rami Malek has won the leading actor prize at the BAFTAs for Bohemian Rhapsody. Malek plays iconic British rocker Freddie Mercury in the film, which charts his life and pop career with Queen. Malek said: “This is truly extraordinary.

  • BAFTAs: 'Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse' wins Best Animated Film
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    BAFTAs: 'Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse' wins Best Animated Film

    Spider-Man: Into The Spider-verse has won the best animated film prize at the BAFTAs.

  • Kate Middleton Stuns in an Alexander McQueen One-Shoulder White Gown at the BAFTAs
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    Kate Middleton Stuns in an Alexander McQueen One-Shoulder White Gown at the BAFTAs

    She looks positively angelic.

  • Best BAFTA celebrity fashion from Jennifer Lawrence to Angelina Jolie
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    Best BAFTA celebrity fashion from Jennifer Lawrence to Angelina Jolie

    On Sunday evening, the silver screen’s starriest names will don their finest attire for the 2019 British Academy Film Awards ceremony.Set to take place at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall in London, the red carpet event is sure to see the the nation’s cherished A-listers demonstrate their sartorial know-how with the likes of Lady Gaga, Emma Stone and Margot Robbie expected to win big.Ahead of the event, we’ve decided to take a look back at the most fashionable happenings in years gone by from Liz Hurley’s now-famous Versace dress in 1998 to Jennifer Lawrence‘s breathtaking Christian Dior number 20 years later.How many BAFTA red carpet looks can you remember?

  • ‘Stan & Ollie’s Steve Coogan and John C Reilly have a big problem with awards (exclusive)
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    ‘Stan & Ollie’s Steve Coogan and John C Reilly have a big problem with awards (exclusive)

    Stan & Ollie star John C Reilly says: “It puts a folly to the whole thing.”

  • Fired 'Bohemian Rhapsody' director Bryan Singer's BAFTA nod sparks backlash
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    Fired 'Bohemian Rhapsody' director Bryan Singer's BAFTA nod sparks backlash

    The accolades continue to roll in for 'Bohemian Rhapsody' and, by default, controversial director Bryan Singer.

  • BAFTA 2019 nominations: The biggest snubs and surprises
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    BAFTA 2019 nominations: The biggest snubs and surprises

    Black Panther, Mary Poppins and Oliver Hardy all have reasons to be upset.

  • BAFTAs 2019: Full list of nominations
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    BAFTAs 2019: Full list of nominations

    The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has today announced the nominees for the EE British Academy Film Awards 2019.

  • Scarlett Moffatt hilariously claps back after trolls criticise her 'unflattering' BAFTA's dress
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    Scarlett Moffatt hilariously claps back after trolls criticise her 'unflattering' BAFTA's dress

    The television presenter isn't here for your outfit-shaming comments.

  • When are the BAFTAs 2018 on TV, how to watch and who’s hosting?
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    When are the BAFTAs 2018 on TV, how to watch and who’s hosting?

    All you need to know about the legendary British awards ceremony

  • BAFTA Unveils New Diversity Research, Ramps Up Initiatives
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    BAFTA Unveils New Diversity Research, Ramps Up Initiatives

    The British Academy of Film and Television has unveiled new research which found that company structures, recruitment practices and mindsets – such as "class" issues —  are among the barriers to creating a more diverse entertainment business. In a report published on Tuesday, which was commissioned in partnership with Creative Skillset and the British Film Institute, the orgs spoke with a raft of professionals from under-represented groups including actors Riz Ahmed and Na…

  • BAFTA Brings Back Stephen Fry as Awards Host Despite ‘Bag Lady’ Controversy
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    BAFTA Brings Back Stephen Fry as Awards Host Despite ‘Bag Lady’ Controversy

    Actor, comedian and author Stephen Fry is to return as the host of BAFTA’s film awards ceremony in February, despite his controversial joke at this year’s awards that an Oscar-winning costume designer looked like a “bag lady.” As Jenny Beavan, who had just picked up a BAFTA for her costumes in “Mad Max: Fury Road,”... <a href="http://variety.com/2016/film/awards/bafta-stephen-fry-awards-host-bag-lady-controversy-1201911843/" title="Read BAFTA Brings Back Stephen Fry as Awards Host Despite ‘Bag Lady’ Controversy">Read more »</a><img src="http://media.zenfs.com/en_US/Entertainment/Variety/pc17#038;c26035310#038;c310000#038;cv2.0#038;cj1" class="editorial"/>

  • Kate Winslet Told To Settle For ‘Fat Girl Roles’
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    Kate Winslet Told To Settle For ‘Fat Girl Roles’

    BAFTA winner Kate Winslet reveals scathing advice from her drama teacher. During this year’s BAFTA awards, the 40-year-old actress – who won Best Actress in a Supporting Role for ‘Steve Jobs’ – revealed that her former drama teacher gave her some rather cutting advice early in her career. - Has Daniel Craig Quit As James Bond?

  • Despite a Selfie Ban at the BAFTA Tea, Stars Couldn’t Help Themselves Around Leonardo DiCaprio
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    Despite a Selfie Ban at the BAFTA Tea, Stars Couldn’t Help Themselves Around Leonardo DiCaprio

    Forget fashionably late. Rooney Mara arrived ten minutes before the BAFTA Los Angeles Award Season Tea was set to start. The actress, clad in a monochromatic dress, bashfully kept her head down as she made her way inside the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. Her Carol co-star Cate Blanchett soon followed — but first stopped to greet Mark Ruffalo. “Spotlight was incredible!” purred Blanchett, as she gave the actor a huge hug. The duo continued chatting while reporters clamored for their attention. With that, the actors made their way inside where tea sandwiches and scones awaited them. Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais was spotted at valet later in the day — though it seems the Brit had skipped the tea party to attend to other affairs.But no matter, as stars like Brie Larson, Christoph Waltz, Alicia Vikander, Michael Shannon, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Bel Powley were all on hand. Globes pro and previous winner Joanne Froggatt said she goes into the red carpet gauntlet knowing you can’t always please critics. “Not everybody is going to like what you’re wearing all the time,” the Downton Abbey star told us. “It’s a matter of opinion, so that’s fine. As long as you feel good and you feel comfortable and confident, then that’s the best. That’s all you can do.”Newcomer Rachel Bloom, nominated for Best Comedy Actress in a TV Series, said she was still pinching herself. “It’s insane that I’m a part of it,” said the Crazy Ex Girlfriend actress who is nominated alongside Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Lily Tomlin, Jamie Lee Curtis, and last year’s winner Gina Rodriguez. “It’s the most wonderful kind of overwhelming.” She said she’s been learning about fashion as she’s been preparing with a stylist. “Fashion has always been a source of stress for me because I don’t know how to dress myself. I’m short-waisted, short-torsoed, big boobs. I don’t really understand what a belt is. But you get on these shows and people fit the clothing to you and suddenly you start seeing, ‘Oh! I should be wearing petite jackets,’ and you start to get a sense of how you should look. But ultimately, you’re paying experts to clothe you, so I see how people in entertainment are good at fashion because they learn about it just by having nice things put on them. I really admire people who have a natural sense of style. They have, like, a superpower.”While discussing the custom-made gown she’ll wear to the Globes, Bloom divulged, “I’m wearing under my dress a corset and then two pairs of Spanx over it because the Spanx cover up the lumps of this corset thing. That’s what busty girls have gotta do! I basically look like a pirate wench in my undergarments.”Another nominee newbie — Sarah Hay of Flesh & Bone — said it was only her third carpet ever. While she perfectly looked the part, she said getting ready that morning proved stressful. “I had a little bit of a wardrobe malfunction,” she told us. “The dress that I had bought from New York City didn’t arrive in time, so I decided to do an impromptu change.” She ultimately wound up in a look by British label SAFiYAA, and her Judith Leiber clutch was hand delivered by the designer herself. “She just stopped by and gave me this. … It was all last minute because my dress didn’t work out. I think it turned out okay. It’s a little sexy for my personal style, but I think it’s fine.”The party’s front entrance featured a sign that read “Selfie Free Zone,” though a few attendees just couldn’t help themselves at the sight of Leonardo DiCaprio. The suit-clad movie star rode solo as guests snapped away — despite the security team surrounding him in a hidden nook of the room. Meanwhile, Outlander’s Caitriona Balfe only had eyes for one guy. “There’s one of my co-stars over there,” the nominee cooed upon spotting her on-screen husband Sam Heughan. “Sam and I have been seeing each other all week and Tobias [Menzies] gets in tomorrow [Sunday] morning. We’re going to have breakfast and I’ll go and get glammed up and hopefully he’ll go put on his pretty dress too and we’ll meet at the Globes.”Balfe and Heughan — who’ve shared more than a few intimate moments on-camera — were naturally more covered up for this occasion, although Balfe maintains they’re not completely nude during those infamous sex scenes. “[We wear] some really unflattering, dignity-shattering, stick-on paper underwear, which no one should ever have to ever wear. Obviously there’s not a lot of space to hide things, but we do both wear some sort of underwear.”Elsewhere, Christina Milian seemed to be channeling her version of Emma Stone’s 2015 Golden Globes Lanvin look — though she said any comparison was pure coincidence. “Ooh! She wore something like that? Really?! How funny! I’m going to look at that one again,” she said while rocking a Marc Jacobs top which she paired with John Paul Ataker-designed pants that featured a train. “The Golden Globes is such a chic, very cool awards show and this weekend, you’ve got to bring out the best of the best when it comes to the clothes. I was going for a little bit of a modernized Mad Hatter, Alice in Wonderland kind of vibe.”Sunday night’s party plan will be decidedly more low-key. “My family’s going to get together and we’re all going to watch the show,” said Milian. “I know people have parties, like, ‘Oh, everybody has to play games or you’ve got to come in character.’ I haven’t done that yet, but we will get the popcorn and appetizers going.”Check out a few of our favorite looks from the event in the gallery above.Photos: GettyFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

  • Downton Abbey Celebrates Success With A Special Tribute Show
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    Downton Abbey Celebrates Success With A Special Tribute Show

    Downton Abbey might almost be finished for good (SOB), but we’ve still got a few treats to look forward to, including their Christmas special. The programme will include the moment they won BAFTA’s Special Award, presented by Dame Julie Walters. Jonathan Ross will be hosting ‘BAFTA Celebrates Downton Abbey’, with exclusive behind-the-scenes access to some of the last ever recorded scenes, while creator Julian Fellowes will reveal secrets about the show and how the show was created.

  • ‘Doctor Who’, ‘Grantchester’ Add Cast; BAFTA Awards Calendar Set – Global Briefs
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    ‘Doctor Who’, ‘Grantchester’ Add Cast; BAFTA Awards Calendar Set – Global Briefs

    Actor, comedian and writer Reece Shearsmith has been set as a guest star in a special episode of the upcoming season of Doctor Who. The League Of Gentlemen star previously played Patrick Troughton in the Doctor Who film An Adventure In Space And Time. He'll appear in what's deemed "a very scary episode" penned by Mark Gatiss, who says the story has "been brewing in the dark recesses of my mind for a while now." Shearsmith, who's also appeared in features Shaun Of The Dead…