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'Did David Beckham Direct A Film This Year?' The Funniest Tweets About The #BAFTAs
BAFTA Chief's Best-Ever Awards Moment
'Oscars Should Recognise Pigs!'
Miss Piggy is campaigning for the Oscars to recognise pigs. The Muppet diva backed up Steven Spielberg's comments in insisting that the...
Where Were All The Women?
Actress Hayley Atwell has criticised the British movie-going public for failing to vote any women on to the shortlist of five for the BAFTA...
Streep Upset Despite A Very 'Mr Darcy' Rescue
Nobody can make an entrance like Meryl Streep. Unfortunately, this one didn't turn out quite as she intended at last night's BAFTAs when...
'First Time This Is Going To Hackney'
Adam Deacon was referring to himself as the “underdog” ahead of last night’s BAFTA ceremony - a competition he was even calling "a...
The Artist 'Not So Stupid'
The Artist is looking all but unstoppable for Oscar now, after collecting seven BAFTA gongs to add to its already impressive tally of industry...
BAFTA: The Help Stars Honour Lost Whitney
The Help stars Octavia Spencer and Viola Davis both paid tribute to Whitney Houston as they attended the BAFTAs in London, where they were...
BAFTA Awards: Gary Oldman Leaves Empty-Handed, Jean Dujardin Wins Best Leading Actor
Gary Oldman will be nursing disappointment this morning, leaving last night's BAFTAs empty-handed, after losing out in the Best Leading...
Silent film The Artist made a big noise at the Bafta film awards tonight winning seven awards including Best Film, Leading Actor and Best...
WATCH: BAFTA Red Carpet Live
Some of the biggest names in showbusiness are gathered at the Royal Opera House in London for the the 2012 BAFTAS tonight. Brad Pitt,...
'BAFTA Awards, They're A Class War'
"We're from different worlds, me and everyone else on the list. Nobody ever says it, but it's the truth." Actor Adam Deacon is one of...
Give The Dog A Bone
The Artist continued its impressive run of success in pre-Oscar award ceremonies with an accolade for its four-legged cast member. The...
VIDEO: Fry's BAFTA Picks
This year's BAFTA Awards host Stephen Fry has given his highly-regarded two pennies' worth on the 2012 BAFTA nominations. In the video...
Hot To Trot: Miss Piggy's BAFTA Gig
Miss Piggy is set to snout out all gossip at the BAFTA Film Awards this year. The glamorous star of The Muppets has been revealed as the...
Gary Gets First Acting Award In 20 Years
Gary Oldman and Meryl Streep have been given Oscars boosts after walking away with the top acting trophies at the annual Richard Attenborough...
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