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Benedict Cumberbatch, Michael Keaton and Rosamund Pyke were among the Hollywood A-listers at the Royal Opera House for the Baftas tonight. Check out the red carpet pictures.
Alexandre Desplat with the Original Music Award for The Grand Budapest Hotel alongside presenters Nimrat Kaur (right) and Holliday Grainger, at the British Academy Film Awards at the Royal Opera House.
Alexandre Desplat - winner of Original Music at the Bafta awards 2015 for Grand Budapest Hotel - poses in the winners' room.
Julianne Moore on the red carpet at the Bafta Awards. She later won the Leading Actress award for her part in Still Alice. Picture: PA
Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter arrive at the Baftas. Cumberbatch was nominated for Leading Actor for his part in The Imitation Game, but lost out to Eddie Redmayne. Picture: Getty
Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones pose with the award for Outstanding British Film for 'The Theory of Everything'. The award was presented by David Beckham. Picture: Getty
James McAvoy and Anne-Marie Duff arrive at the Baftas. Picture: PA
Lea Seydoux and Monica Bellucci at the Bafta awards 2015. Picture: PA
Eddie Redmayne, who later won the Leading Actor award for The Theory of Everything, arrives at the Bafta awards ceremony with his wife Hannah Bagshawe. Photo: Justin Tallis
Rosamund Pike, who was nominated for Best Actress for Gone Girl, arrives at the Bafta awards. Photo: Ian Gavan.
The Icelandic composer is fresh from a win at the Golden Globes for his score for The Theory of Everything. He was nominated for Original Music tonight.
Physicist Stephen Hawking on the red carpet at the Bafta awards 2015. Photo: Dominic Lipinski
The film of Stephen Hawking's life - The Theory of Everything - is up for eight awards tonight, including Best Film and Original Music.
Mica Levi, whose score for 'Under the Skin' - the strange sci-fi film in which a naked Scarlett Johansson roams the streets of Glasgow - was nominated for the Original Music award, arrives at the Royal Opera House for the Baftas.
Crowds outside the Royal Opera House ready to see the celebrities arrive for the Bafta awards 2015.
The Imitation Game actor Matthew Goode and his partner Sophie Dymoke arrive at the Royal Opera House. Photo: Matt Crossick
The Riot Club actor Sam Claflin and actress Laura Haddock arrive for the Bafta awards. Photo: Justin Tallis
The Riot Club actress arrives for the Bafta awards 2015.
The red carpet at the Royal Opera House. Picture: PA
Musician Nick Cave arrives at the Bafta awards 2015. Photo: Justin Tallis
Noel Gallagher and Sarah MacDonald arrive at the Royal Opera House for the Baftas. They're not up for an award.