The “Beautiful Boy” Golden Globe nominee enjoyed the packed BAFTA Tea on the Saturday before the show. He just wrapped his role as Laurie in Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women,” which was great fun, he said: up next is Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch.”
The “Quiet Place” composer reunites with the movie’s star couple, Emily Blunt and her husband, director John Krasinski.
The two “Roma” actresses attended their first BAFTA tea ahead of the Golden Globes. Alfonso Cuaron’s movie is up for three awards: Best Feature, Foreign Language Feature, and Director.
The star of “The Wife” was reunited with “Fleabag” creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge at the BAFTA tea; she had a role in “Albert Nobbs.”
The Globe nominee for “Green Book” talked to “A Star Is Born” producer Lynette Howell Taylor.
The star of “If Beale Street Could Talk” is up against Amy Adams of “Vice” for Best Supporting Actress at the Globes.
The awards circuit gives talent like “The Favourite” stars Stone and Weisz a chance to reconnect long after they finished their movie.
Cohen regaled the “Roma” director at the BAFTA tea.
“At Eternity’s Gate” star Willem Dafoe and “Free Solo” co-director Jimmy Chin.
Born in Scotland and raised in Australia, Isla Fisher hung out with husband Sacha Baron Cohen and “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” Golden Globe nominee Grant.
The “Beautiful Boy” and “If Beale Street Could Talk” producer and “The Favourite” star hang out at the BAFTA tea.
The Scottish actor has moved on from “Game of Thrones” to Netflix mini-series “Bodyguard.” He also stars in Elton John biopic “Rocket Man.”
The costume designer of “Mary Poppins Returns” (who added a red polka dot lining to the nanny’s trademark blue coat) also designed costumes for “The Favourite” star Hoult.
The director of Globe contender follows up “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” with the upcoming Fred Rogers movie starring Tom Hanks, “It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.”
The director is happy with the way things are going for Globe-nominated musical sequel “Mary Poppins Returns,” starring Emily Blunt in the title role made famous by Julie Andrews.
The “Incredibles 2” director Bird meets Netflix content chief Sarandos and “First Reformed” writer-director Schrader.
Fresh from the Globe foreign-film nominees symposium, the “Roma” director greeted the filmmaker of Japan’s animated nominee “Mirai,” who told me he made the film for all audiences around the world.
“The Private War” director greeted the “First Man” composer.
Last year’s Globe directing nominee Martin McDonagh (“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”) returned to the BAFTA tea to network with old friends.