It's a two-horse race this year at the Oscars, but either 'The Power of the Dog' or 'CODA' could emerge victorious.
One gag involving a cake made to look like Benedict Cumberbatch seemed to go down like a lead balloon in the Royal Albert Hall.
Dune leads the pack with 11 nominations, followed by The Power of the Dog with eight, while Kenneth Branagh's Belfast has six.
Quite a few of the categories this year differ drastically from the Oscars, allowing the Baftas to carve out its own identity.
The Yellowstone actor took issue with the depictions of cowboys and the ‘allusions of homosexuality’ in the Oscar-nominated movie.
Kristen Stewart made it into the Academy's spotlight for 'Spencer', while Lady Gaga missed out for 'House of Gucci'.
Even as long-delayed cinema releases have finally emerged this past year, there’s still been a wealth of film available on streaming services.
With cinemas emerging from their annus horribilis that was 2020, there were glimmers of hope for the projected image throughout 2021.
Christmas is coming, and so we’re here to provide you with some streaming counter-programming this week.
There's some star-studded stuff heading to Netflix UK in December, including a team-up between Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence.
The actor says he found the smoking habits of his character Phil Burbank challenging in the new western drama 'The Power Of The Dog'.