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As the Bafta announced their nominations for the 2015 film awards, we look at which of our favourite stars have been shortlisted for some of the top gongs ahead of the prestigious ceremony in February.
The gorgeous Benedict Cumberbatch has impressed critics with his portrayal of Alan Turing in this WW2 drama. Picture: Matt Crossick
Could Eddie Redmayne's Bafta nomination lead to an Oscar nod too? The British actor has been praised for taking on the challenging role of Stephen Hawkings.
Jake Gyllenhaal impressed critics when playing petty thief turned cameraman Lou Bloom, who searches the city in hopes of filming the perfect 'money shot' of shocking and grisly crimes.
'The Grand Budapest Hotel' has dominated this year's Bafta nominations after appearing in 11 categories! So it's no surprise that Ralph Fiennes' portrayal of ski resort owner M.Gustav has earned him a nod for 'Best Leading Actor'.
Possibly one of the most talked about films of 2014! Could Michael Keaton nab the most coveted award at the Bafta's this year?
An award for 'Best Leading Actress' at the Baftas would round off what's been an amazing year for Amy Adams following her Golden Globes win and nomination for 'Best Actress' at the Oscars last year.
If you didn't know much about Felicity Jones before now, then make sure she is firmly on your radar! Something tells us that the 31-year-old, who stars opposite Eddie Redmayne in Stephen Hawings biopic, will be hot property this awards season!
Will Julianne Moore's touching performance about a college professor suffering from Alzheimer's earn her a gong for Best Leading Actress?
Reece Witherspoon's portrayal of a woman who decides to put her life back together following the loss of her mother and a divorce has been on everyones tongues this year.
We were all a little bit scared of Rosamund Pike when she starred as Ben Affleck's psychotic wife in 'Gone Girl'!
It seems as though Keira Knightley has impressed the Bafta members with her portrayal of Joan Clarke, a member of Alan Turing's trusted team who helped crack the Enigma code during WW2.
It was only three years ago that Emma Stone was nominated for the Bafta Rising Star Award and she's achieved so much since then! Could this be her year?
Funny man Steve Carell may be known for a string of comedy roles, but the star transforms into sadistic boxing coach John du Pont in 'Foxcatcher'.
After beginning filming for 'Boyhood' back in 2002, it seems as though Ethan Hawke is finally reaping the reward for his hard work on the project. The film used the same actors for over a decade to tell the story of a young boy's journey through adolescence.