• Eddie Redmayne makes emotional speech as he accepts Leading Actor BAFTA

    Eddie Redmayne was overwhelmed on Sunday night as he accepted the award for Leading Actor at the BAFTA Awards. "I would like to dedicate this wonderful award to three families," he said during his speech after winning for his portrayal of Professor Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO He started by singling out his own loved ones, saying: "They don't work in this wonderful trade but they have been my bedrock they have galvanised me and had amazing faith in me even when I lost it myself." Eddie Redmayne accepting the Leading Actor

  • Rosamund Pike flaunts post-baby body at BAFTAs as she graciously loses out to Julianne Moore

    Rosamund Pike showed no signs that she had just given birth nine weeks ago as she attended the BAFTAs on Sunday evening. The blonde beauty, who lost out on the Leading Actress award for her role in Gone Girl, glided down the red carpet in an elegant LBD. Much like the enthralling character Amy Dunne she played in the thriller, Rosamund, 36, was the focus of attention as she stepped out for the London ceremony. The English Rose rocked a halter neck, floor-length black gown, which showed off her toned arms and statuesque height. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY

  • BAFTA winner Eddie Redmayne discusses his joy at being married and 'surreal' awards success

    Man of the moment Eddie Redmayne may have taken home the Leading Actor award at the BAFTAs on Sunday night, but the newlywed had another thing on his mind after accepting his award – his wife, Hannah Bagshawe. "I love married life!" Eddie declared at the winners' press conference backstage at the Royal Opera House. The 33-year-old was joined at the ceremony by his wife, who looked glamorous in a metallic embellished Valentino gown. The newlyweds walked the red carpet together, and Eddie admitted that Hannah found the attention he received from fans "quite funny". CLICK ON PHOTOS TO

  • Oscars 2015: 10 facts about the Academy awards

    Now that the final trophies have all been handed out at the BAFTAs, Golden Globes and SAG Awards, all eyes are on arguably the biggest night in film – the Oscars. This year's Academy awards will be held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on 22 February, with Neil Patrick Harris taking on hosting duties for the first time. Neil Partick has said it is a "dream come true" to present the awards, and will follow in the footsteps of Ellen DeGeneres, who created the most retweeted tweet of all time when she hosted the show in 2014. However

  • Reese Witherspoon reveals she didn't see Duchess Kate at pre-BAFTAs party

    Reese Witherspoon missed out on seeing the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, when she paid a visit to Kensington Palace over the weekend. The Hollywood actress had flown in from her native US to attend a pre-BAFTAs party on Saturday night, ahead of the awards ceremony on Sunday. Revealing that she didn't end up crossing paths with Prince William and Kate at their lavish London home, Reese stopped to talk about her experience on the BAFTAs red carpet. "My mother kept texting me, 'Did you meet the Queen? Was Kate there? No, Mum, I don't think they're coming

  • Coronation Street: First glimpse at newly cast Bethany Platt

    Actress Lucy Fallon has been pictured filming some of her first scenes for Coronation Street in Manchester. The 19-year-old, who has been cast as Gail Platt's granddaughter Bethany Platt, looks set to make a dramatic debut on the cobbles in March. In new scenes filmed for the soap, Bethany can be seen getting up to mischief while her on-screen mother Sarah-Louise - played by Tina O'Brien - is distracted. The tearaway teen appears to steal from a local shop before being caught by her mum and forced to face the consequences. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Lucy Fallon

  • Coronation Street star Amy James Kelly reveals she will leave the soap after 18 months

    More sad news for Coronation Street fans - Amy James-Kelly, who plays teenager Maddie Heath in the ITV soap, has announced that she will leave after 18 months. "I made the decision to leave because I’m young and adventurous and I want to gain more experience and explore and improve my craft," the 19-year-old said. "Acting is my passion and I’m excited to see where it takes me." The young actress joined the soap in 2013, and her departure is sure to leave drama in her wake. The chracter of Maddie first appeared the soap as a homeless

  • The Jump 2015: which contestants are in the final?

    Six celebrities remain on The Jump but only one will be crowned the winner of this year's series on Monday night. The contenders are Mike Tindall, Louise Thompson, Joey Essex, Louise Hazel, Chloe Madeley and Jon-Allan Butterworth. Taking to the slopes one last time, the six stars will test out their air jump and ski cross skills. Contestants will also face the main jump, but will have to keep their wits about them for the biggest challenge of the competition so far – the gruelling K40 jump, if they dare. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FINALISTS Mike Tindall said

  • Oscars 2015: 10 facts about the Academy awards

    Now that the final trophies have all been handed out at the BAFTAs, Golden Globes and SAG Awards, all eyes are on arguably the biggest night in film – the Oscars. This year's Academy awards will be held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on 22 February, with Neil Patrick Harris taking on hosting duties for the first time. Neil Partick has said it is a "dream come true" to present the awards, and will follow in the footsteps of Ellen DeGeneres, who created the most retweeted tweet of all time when she hosted the show in 2014. However