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From Brangelina's his 'n' hers tuxedos to a royal high-five, take a look at the BAFTAs' best moments.
The '12 Years A Slave' star didn't win the Best Actress prize she was nominated for on a relatively quiet night for the hotly-tipped film. It may have won the coveted Best Film and Best Actor prizes, but it was 'Gravity' that stole the show, winning six of its twelve nominated categories.
'Gravity' director Cuaron and producer Heyman will have been delighted with the performance of their movie. As well as awards in sound and special effects, Cuaron took home the BAFTA for Best Director.
'Some of the nicest words of the night came from this incredible woman here. So elegant and regal and one of my guilty pleasures congratulations on the Fellowship award and the kind words Dame Helen Mirren' Picture: Instagram
Cate Blanchett won the Best Actress prize for her part in 'Blue Jasmine'. The 44-year-old actress beat off stiff competition from Sandra Bullock, Emma Thompson, Judi Dench and Amy Adams. In an emotional speech, she paid tribute to the late Philip Seymour Hoffman: "Phil, buddy, this is for you."
His legion of fans chanted his name as he arrived on the red carpet. The 39-year-old was nominated for Best Actor for his turn in Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf Of Wall Street', but lost out to '12 Years A Slave' star Chiwetel Ejiofor.
We love to see the Prince meeting the public.
The 'Red 2' actress, who wowed on the red carpet in an embellished Azagury gown, was presented with the BAFTA Fellowship award by Prince William. “I think it feels pretty amazing, actually, because I don’t think he’d do it if the royal family felt I had messed up [my portrayal of Her Majesty in 'The Queen'],” Helen told The Hollywood Reporter. “So I hope it’s a sign they don’t think I messed up. But I don’t know, and I will never know for sure.”
The couple look sophisticated and chic in his and hers tuxedos on the red carpet.
Does anyone have a better time than the 'Captain Phillips' actress at award ceremonies? We think not!
The trio were attending Entertainment One's BAFTA after party.
The BAFTAs are often seen as a pre-cursor to the Oscars. Is Eijiofor in for an Academy Award? Upon receiving the award, the actor, who was born and raised in London, jokingly conceded his award to director Steve McQueen: "This is yours, by the way, I know that, you know that. I'm going to keep it but it's yours."
This actually happened. Amazing! Picture: BAFTA/BBC