Les Miserables

Part 2 of our Oscars Best Picture preview ahead of Sunday evening's ceremony when this year's Academy Awards get handed out
Never mind the Oscars, this year's Toscars have just been handed out in Hollywood, and it was a close-run thing to the final
In Les Miserables, two of the main characters just... well, die. No particular reason - it's just convenient to the plot. Something unnamed and mysterious. Ordained by God, perhaps. But fatal. And all this happens in the context of abject misery (Ah! Okay, now I get the reason it's called that...).
Sacha Baron Cohen is now Britain's highest-earning actor in America. The comedy star, who sprang to fame in 1998 as Staines
As the Los Angeles Times admitted "the Baftas have mushroomed in significance and star power in recent years as a semi accurate predictor of Oscar success and a red carpet draw for A -list American [and British] talent". With the likes of George Clooney, Ben Affleck (both mega multi talents as well as stars), Daniel Day-Lewis and many others, it was quite an evening.
Best known for his various television series, How to Look Good Naked, Gok's Fashion Fix, and more recently, Gok Cooks Chinese, fashion consultant Gok Wan hardly fits the cliché of the standard opera-lover.
Anne Hathaway was visibly moved by her well-deserved win at Sunday night's BAFTAs. The 'Les Miserables' star held back her
Ben Affleck's glorious Awards Season continues, with his film 'Argo' picking up BAFTA's biggest prizes - Best Film, and Best
Daniel Day-Lewis's domination of the awards season is expected to continue at the Baftas, where he is hot favourite to win
"Rachel Parris was asked to write an educational song about the dangers of marijuana," reads the introduction to the video