• Holli Dempsey talks to HELLO! Online about her role in Dad's Army

    Rising star Holli Dempsey, best known for playing Vicky in Ricky Gervais's comedy Derek, has recently finished filming for the highly-anticipated new Dad's Army film. In an exclusive interview with HELLO! Online, London-born Holli revealed what it was like working with Ricky, joining an all-star cast including Catherine Zeta-Jones and Bill Nighy and how the movie has "stayed true" to the classic TV series. What was your experience of making Dad's Army? I loved it. It was a real struggle to get the job because I was doing Derek at the same time so I feel

  • BAFTA nominees Reese Witherspoon, Keira Knightley and Amy Adams party at Kensington Palace

    Reese Witherspoon, Keira Knightley and Eddie Redmayne were among the extensive list of talent who attended a pre-BAFTA at Kensington Palace on Saturday. The night before the eagerly anticipated winners are announced, this year's BAFTA nominees stepped out at The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's London residence for a star-studded party. "Best cure by far for jet lag?" posted Reese alongside a collage of photos of herself at the bash. "A party....at Kensington Palace. #PreBAFTAs #London #KeepCalmAndDanceAlong." CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Reese Witherspoon posted a collage of photos of herself at the party

  • BAFTAs 2015: final preparations underway in London

    Excitement reached an all-time high in London as the city geared up for the 68th British Academy Film Awards, more commonly known as the BAFTAs. Final preparations were being made on Sunday afternoon as the sun set over the Royal Opera House – the regular venue for the annual ceremony. Staff got to work as they hauled up flags bearing cine event's iconic golden mask, and then rolled out the red carpet that would be walked by the cine stars and Amanda Berry OBE, chief executive of the academy. Over the past week famous faces from around the world,

  • BAFTAs 2015: Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter lead star couples on the red carpet

    Some of Hollywood's power couples walked the red carpet together at the 2015 BAFTAs on Sunday evening. The Imitation Game star Benedict Cumberbatch was joined by his fiancée Sophie Hunter, who showed off her growing baby bump in a black maxi dress. The couple looked as in tune as ever, with Benedict placing his arm around his pregnant partner while they posed for photos together. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter arrive at the cine gala on Sunday night Benedict's co-star Keira Knightley also made a glowing red carpet appearance wearing a Giambattista

  • BAFTAs 2015: The Theory of Everything wins big at the UK's top cine awards

    The Theory of Everything took home one of the most coveted awards at the 2015 BAFTAs on Sunday night. The film, which is based on the life of Professor Stephen Hawking, was named Outstanding British Film. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO The film beat the likes of The Imitation Game and Pride to the prize, which was presented by England footie star David Beckham. Lead stars Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones were thrilled to accept the award alongside their fellow cast and crew. The film's producer Eric Fellner dedicated the award to Professor Stephen Hawking and his first wife Jane

  • BAFTAs 2015: Top 10 moments from this year's cine extravaganza

    Surprise guests, standing ovations and stunning gowns – the 68th annual BAFTA awards had it all. Scores of A-List stars walked the red carpet at the Royal Opera House in London on Sunday evening for the UK's biggest film events. Eddie Redmayne and Julianne Moore continued their winning streaks in London, taking home trophies for Leading Actor and Leading Actress respectively. Eddie's film The Theory of Everything was also named Outstanding British Film. CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY Eddie Redmayne celebrates his win with Professor Stephen Hawking The gong was presented by a dapper David Beckham, who

  • BAFTAs 2015: Funniest quotes from the night

    This year's BAFTA Awards had film's biggest and brightest stars gracing the red carpet, and there were surprise appearances from David Beckham and Tom Cruise. Talent including Eddie Redmayne and Julianne Moore pleased fans when they took home trophies for their incredible work - and Stephen Fry emceed the event, making jokes, kissing guests, and discussing his recent marriage. As always, it's the funny moments which stand out, so read on for a collection of the night's best quotes – from the show, to the speeches, to the winner's room. Stephen Fry hosts the 2015 BAFTA Awards