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Ant & Dec receive what could be their last nomination as a duo.
The BAFTA TV nominations are finally in, with drama shows 'Line of Duty' and 'The Crown' unsurprisingly leading the big names. Some of the featured shows aren't completely free from controversy, so it'll be interesting to see how the award ceremony pans up this May.
Claire Foy, Matt Smith and Vanessa Kirby at the premiere of season 2 of 'The Crown'
With four nods in total, BBC One's 'Line Of Duty' is the main show to beat in the categories of Best Drama Series, Leading Actress (Thandie Newton), Supporting Actor (Adrian Dunbar), and of course Virgin's Must-See Moments - that is, Huntley's narrow escape from chainsaw-wielding murder suspect Tim Ifield.
Continue reading: 'Line Of Duty' And 'The Crown' Lead The 2018 BAFTA TV Nominations
The film got five awards, and offered an important message.
'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' completely smashed yet another awards show over the weekend by taking home no less than five gongs at this year's BAFTAS. And the film's victory came with an important message about women, wonderfully articulated by both director and star.
Frances McDormand at the BAFTAs
The film won almost every major award at the 2018 BAFTAs last night (February 18th 2018), held at London's Royal Albert Hall. They included Best British Film, Best Film and Original Screenplay, with stars Sam Rockwell and Frances McDormand picking up Best Supporting Actor and Leading Actress respectively.
Continue reading: 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' And Other BAFTA 2018 Winners
The ceremony is set to take place in February with Joanna Lumley presenting.
The nominations for the 2018 BAFTAs are in, with Joanna Lumley set to host the event next month in London. Like the Golden Globes, 'The Shape Of Water' and 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' are well up there as the top nominated movies of 2017.
Michael Shannon, Sally Hawkins and Octavia Spencer in 'The Shape of Water'
'The Shape Of Water' has deservedly scooped 12 BAFTA nominations including for Best Film, Original Screenplay, Original Music, Director (Guillermo del Toro), Supporting Actress (Octavia Spencer) and of course Leading Actress (Sally Hawkins) among others.
Fry has hosted the annual BAFTA ceremony from 2001 to 2006, and then again from 2012 to 2016.
The 60 year old presenter and comedian has enjoyed two lengthy periods of hosting the BAFTAs – from 2001 to 2006, following a break during which it was presented by Jonathan Ross, and then from 2012 to 2016.
“Every one of the twelve BAFTA film award ceremonies that I had the privilege of hosting has a place in my memory. The mixture of glamour, glory, drama and - occasionally - embarrassment and hiccup holds a unique place in the British film calendar,” Fry said in a statement on Friday (January 5th).
Continue reading: Stephen Fry Quits As BAFTAs Host After 12 Years
In the wake of the mounting allegations of sexual misconduct being levelled at Weinstein, BAFTA has announced that it has suspended his membership.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has taken the step of suspending Harvey Weinstein’s membership, in the wake of mounting allegations of sexual assault and harassment against the movie mogul going back decades.
High-profile female stars have come forward in recent days alleging instances where Weinstein acted inappropriately toward them, including Angelina Jolie, Ashley Judd and Gwyneth Paltrow, following an explosive expose piece in the New York Times last Thursday (October 5th) late last week. A report in the New Yorker this week also detailed testimony from three other actresses, all alleging historical cases of sexual harassment.
Making the move via a press release on Wednesday (October 11th), BAFTA said that while they have “previously been a beneficiary of Mr Weinstein's support for its charitable work, it considers the reported alleged behaviour completely unacceptable and incompatible with BAFTA's values."
Continue reading: BAFTA Suspends Harvey Weinstein's Membership
Dakota Johnson - 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) afterparty held at the Grosvenor House. at British Academy Film Awards, Grosvenor House - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 14th February 2016
The 69 year old RADA alumni began his big screen career in 1988 with ‘Die Hard’.
The career of Alan Rickman was celebrated on Wednesday evening, as the 69 year old was the subject of latest in BAFTA’s Life in Pictures series. Charming the audience with tales from his storied career, Rickman spoke about some of his most famous roles including Severus Snape in the Harry Potter series and villain Hans Gruber in Die Hard.
Rickman looked back on his career during the BAFTA event.
Rickman began his film career a little later than most in 1988, when he was in his 40s. Looking back on his late start in films Rickman told the audience, “To be perfectly honest, having a film career is a bit of a surprise.”
Benedict Cumberbatch and James Nesbitt head 'Leading Actors'.
The BAFTA Television Award nominations for 2015 have finally been announced, including the usual entertainment favourites, some easily predictable names and a few surprises along the way that represent the very best of British television.
James Nesbitt's 'The Missing' leads the nominations
We're never tired of hearing his name at awards ceremonies; 'Sherlock' star Benedict Cumberbatch is once again nominated for his exceptional performance as the modern-day sleuth on a show that the public has also put up to receive the Radio Times Audience Award. More Leading Actor nominations feature Toby Jones in 'Marvellous', which is also in the Single Drama category and Best Supporting Actress with Gemma Jones.
Continue reading: BAFTA TV Nominations Announced! The Missing Gets The Most Nods For 2015
The BAFTA ceremony has now thrown Oscar predictions into disarray, as some left-field winners have stirred things up.
Last Sunday's British Academy Film Awards, better known as the Baftas, were a key point in this year's Oscar calendar, shifting everything into high gear for the final stretch until the Academy Awards are handed out in Hollywood on Sunday 22nd February.
Stephen Fry at the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) rehearsal
The biggest news coming from London was that 'Boyhood' managed to regain some of its momentum by taking Best Film, Director and Supporting Actress for Patricia Arquette. The top categories had been thrown into question when 'Birdman' won the Producers, Directors and Screen Actors Guild awards last month. And this still leaves this year's Best Picture Oscar race one of the hardest to predict in recent memory.
Continue reading: BAFTA Advances Awards Season Into The Final Stretch
The actor's role in 'The Theory of Everything' brings him yet more glory.
Not that we couldn't have guessed it, but 'The Theory Of Everything' star Eddie Redmayne has landed the accolade for Best Actor at the 2015 BAFTA Awards, beating the likes of fellow Brits Benedict Cumberbatch and Ralph Fiennes.
Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones in 'The Theory Of Everything'
The win marks his first BAFTA win in his career, having previously been nominated for their Rising Star Award in 2012. Stephen Hawking movie 'The Theory Of Everything' won the actor a Golden Globe as well this year, with the next step being the ever prestigious Oscars - for which we have every confidence in Redmayne, despite again facing some serious competition.
Over the last few years, the Bafta awards have lines up well with the Academy Awards winners, but what can we learn from this?
For the last six years, a shift in the voting patterns at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts has offered a striking prediction of what will happen on Oscar night.
The 2015 BAFTA's will take place on 8th February, 2015
The British Academy Film Awards last year predicted the split between Best Picture '12 Years a Slave' and Best Director Alfonso Cuaron for 'Gravity'. In 2013 the Bafta went to 'Argo' in a closely fought race, while also predicting Christoph Waltz's second Supporting Actor Oscar for 'Django Unchained' in what was considered an open field of previous winners.
Continue reading: Bafta Is Perhaps The Best Predictor Of Oscar Night
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