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The Duchess of Cambridge stole the show when arriving at the 72nd annual EE British Academy Film Awards at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Sunday evening. 

Leading the A-list stars, Kate, 36, wore a stunning Alexander McQueen off-the-shoulder white gown with a floral motif for her red carpet appearance as she arrived alongside her husband Prince William.

In a fitting tribute to Princess Diana, the royal is said to be wearing the same South Sea Pearl accessories worn by William’s mother to a concert at the Royal Albert Hall in 1991. 

The royal mother-of-three teamed her billowing frock with a pair of shimmering Jimmy Choo Romy in Viola Glitter heels – estimated to cost around £525.  

Sensational: Leading the A-list stars, Kate, 36, wore a stunning Alexander McQueen off-the-shoulder white gown for her red carpet appearance as she arrived alongside her husband Prince William 

Dapper: Prince William wore a black dinner suit to the star-studded occasion. The duke, who is the president of BAFTA, will present its highest accolade, the Fellowship, to film editor Thelma Schoonmaker during the ceremony

Dapper: Prince William wore a black dinner suit to the star-studded occasion. The duke, who is the president of BAFTA, will present its highest accolade, the Fellowship, to film editor Thelma Schoonmaker during the ceremony

Adding even more glitz to her glamorous gown, Kate donned a firm favourite of her’s – the Queen’s Quatrefoil bracelet, which belonged to the Queen’s mother. 

Holding a small matching white clutch, the Duchess sported a glamorous makeup vibe with a pink lipstick and a dark smokey eye as she beamed for the cameras. 

Kate joined a host of stars including Rachel Weisz, clad in a cream coloured tulle layered dress which cinched in her tiny waist with a dazzling silver belt, and Amy Adams, who worked her magic in a sensational form-fitting deep burgundy gown.

All in the details: The royal mother-of-three teamed her billowing frock with a pair of shimmering Jimmy Choo Romy in Viola Glitter heels - estimated to cost around £525

All in the details: The royal mother-of-three teamed her billowing frock with a pair of shimmering Jimmy Choo Romy in Viola Glitter heels – estimated to cost around £525

All smiles: The royal couple looked as happy as ever as they beamed at one another when talking their seats in The Royal Albert Hall

All smiles: The royal couple looked as happy as ever as they beamed at one another when talking their seats in The Royal Albert Hall

The Duke, who is the president of BAFTA and donned a black dinner suit for the star-studded occasion, will present its highest accolade, the Fellowship, to film editor Thelma Schoonmaker during the ceremony. 

The royal couple were greeted at the entrance by the Royal Albert Hall’s chief executive Craig Hassall before making their way to their seats, with the entire crowd getting to their feet to welcome them into the ceremony, which is being presented by Joanna Lumley. 

Elsewhere, Eleanor Tomlinson showed off her style credentials in a sensational baby pink number which featured an asymmetrical neckline, complete with a statement bow.

Statement-making: In a fitting tribute to Princess Diana, the royal is said to be wearing the same South Sea Pearl accessories worn by William's mother to a concert at the Royal Albert Hall in 1991

Statement-making: In a fitting tribute to Princess Diana, the royal is said to be wearing the same South Sea Pearl accessories worn by William’s mother to a concert at the Royal Albert Hall in 1991

The Poldark beauty oozed glamour in the piece which featured extensive embellished detailing down one side, while the other was laden with black satin. 

Up for the role of Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Rachel Weiz wowed in a cream dress as she toted her belongings in a shiny gold clutch. 

The 48-year-old worked the red carpet in the sensational number which boasted an eye-catching frothy neckline.

Radiant: Eleanor Tomlinson showed off her style credentials in a sensational baby pink number which featured an asymmetrical neckline, complete with a statement bow

Radiant: Eleanor Tomlinson showed off her style credentials in a sensational baby pink number which featured an asymmetrical neckline, complete with a statement bow

Think pink: The Poldark beauty oozed glamour in the piece which featured extensive embellished detailing down one side, while the other was laden with black satin

Think pink: The Poldark beauty oozed glamour in the piece which featured extensive embellished detailing down one side, while the other was laden with black satin

Think pink: The Poldark beauty oozed glamour in the piece which featured extensive embellished detailing down one side, while the other was laden with black satin

Rachel looked much younger than her years as she sported her dark chocolate brown tresses slicked behind her ears, while her features were enhanced with rosy blusher and deep pink gloss. 

Injecting some of her Hollywood glamour onto the red carpet, Amy Adams, 44, worked her magic in a sensational form-fitting deep burgundy gown.

The star, who is up for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her role in Vice, dazzled in the low-cut number which was lined with an embellished brooch and put focus on her sensational front.

Amy had her dark fiery locks slicked back into a centre parted ponytail and she complemented her youthful features with a pair of striking drop earrings. 

Toting her belongings in a shiny gold clutch, Rachel Weisz, 48, worked the red carpet in the sensational number which boasted an eye-catching frothy neckline

Rachel looked much younger than her years as she sported her dark chocolate brown tresses slicked behind her ears, while her features were enhanced with rosy blusher and deep pink gloss

Toting her belongings in a shiny gold clutch, Rachel Weisz, 48, worked the red carpet in the sensational number which boasted an eye-catching frothy neckline

Margot Robbie certainly made a statement on the red carpet in an incredible monochrome number which featured an embellished body.

The defining feature of the garment proved to be the ruffled black shoulder detailing and matching hemline which showed a peek of her strappy heels. 

The Australian actress’ blonde locks were piled high off her face and she added a slick of electric blue eyeliner to the bold look.  

Statement: The defining feature of the garment proved to be the ruffled black shoulder detailing and matching hemline which showed a peek of her strappy heels

Statement: The defining feature of the garment proved to be the ruffled black shoulder detailing and matching hemline which showed a peek of her strappy heels

Statement: The defining feature of the garment proved to be the ruffled black shoulder detailing and matching hemline which showed a peek of her strappy heels

Stunning in an ethereal ruffled dress, Lucy, 25, looked flawless as she worked her angles on the red carpet while sporting an eye-catching hair and make-up look. 

Lucy, who is dating her Bohemian Rhapsody co-star Rami Malek had her short blonde locks pinned back on both sides while stunning in the earth-toned number which features a striking bow. 

Eyes on her: Stunning in an ethereal ruffled dress, Lucy, 25, looked flawless as she worked her angles on the red carpet while sporting an eye-catching hair and make-up look

Eyes on her: Stunning in an ethereal ruffled dress, Lucy, 25, looked flawless as she worked her angles on the red carpet while sporting an eye-catching hair and make-up look

Stunning in an ethereal ruffled dress, Lucy, 25, looked flawless as she worked her angles on the red carpet while sporting an eye-catching hair and make-up look

Lily Collins took a fashion risk with her head to toe deep navy ensemble which consisted of a cropped structured blazer and eye-catching layered semi-sheer skirt.

The on-screen sensation made the most of her striking porcelain features as she slicked back her brunette locks into a tight bun and added a slick of dark lipstick. 

Maya Jama certainly shone in her best red carpet look, showing off her slender figure in a racy cut-out black lace dress. 

Gorgeous: The on-screen sensation made the most of her striking porcelain features as she slicked back her brunette locks into a tight bun and added a slick of dark lipstick

Gorgeous: The on-screen sensation made the most of her striking porcelain features as she slicked back her brunette locks into a tight bun and added a slick of dark lipstick

Gorgeous: The on-screen sensation made the most of her striking porcelain features as she slicked back her brunette locks into a tight bun and added a slick of dark lipstick

 Maya went for a bit of risk with her outfit as she went braless with a layer of aptly placed lace covering her modesty

 Maya went for a bit of risk with her outfit as she went braless with a layer of aptly placed lace covering her modesty

Pins on parade: Adding to the saucy aspect of her look, Maya's number boasted a soaring thigh-high split which showcased her lean legs to perfection as she wowed at the event in a pair of towering high heels

Pins on parade: Adding to the saucy aspect of her look, Maya's number boasted a soaring thigh-high split which showcased her lean legs to perfection as she wowed at the event in a pair of towering high heels

Pins on parade: Adding to the saucy aspect of her look, Maya’s number boasted a soaring thigh-high split which showcased her lean legs to perfection as she wowed at the event in a pair of towering high heels

The TV personality effortlessly worked the cameras with her smokey and contoured make-up look, which she enhanced with a super messy, yet chic, braided ponytail

The TV personality effortlessly worked the cameras with her smokey and contoured make-up look, which she enhanced with a super messy, yet chic, braided ponytail

Maya went for a bit of risk with her outfit as she went braless with a layer of aptly placed lace covering her modesty. 

Adding to the saucy aspect of her look, Maya’s number boasted a soaring thigh-high split which showcased her lean legs to perfection as she wowed at the event in a pair of towering high heels. 

The TV personality effortlessly worked the cameras with her smokey and contoured make-up look, which she enhanced with a super messy, yet chic, braided ponytail.  

Another a-lister working a sensational black dress to perfection was Thandie Newton, 46, as she bared her incredible decolletage in the strapless number.  

Another a-lister working a sensational black dress to perfection was Thandie Newton, 46, as she bared her incredible decolletage in the strapless number

Another a-lister working a sensational black dress to perfection was Thandie Newton, 46, as she bared her incredible decolletage in the strapless number

Thandie looked in high spirits as she mingled with Glenn Close, who is hotly tipped for BAFTA success during the night 

Thandie looked in high spirits as she mingled with Glenn Close, who is hotly tipped for BAFTA success during the night 

In the running for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for First Man, Claire Foy commanded attention on the red carpet in a stunningly simple look

In the running for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for First Man, Claire Foy commanded attention on the red carpet in a stunningly simple look

The deep forest coloured number boded well with her short brunette locks which were slicked back to put prominence on her dazzling blue eyes

The deep forest coloured number boded well with her short brunette locks which were slicked back to put prominence on her dazzling blue eyes

Acclaimed actress: Viola Davis looked absolutely flawless in a figure-hugging black suede dress which was featured a white satin bow neckline

Acclaimed actress: Viola Davis looked absolutely flawless in a figure-hugging black suede dress which was featured a white satin bow neckline

Acclaimed actress: Viola Davis looked absolutely flawless in a figure-hugging black suede dress which was featured a white satin bow neckline

Viola, who is up for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Steve McQueen's Widows, sported heavy eyeliner, and silver earrings, while toting her essentials in a chic clutch bag

Viola, who is up for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Steve McQueen’s Widows, sported heavy eyeliner, and silver earrings, while toting her essentials in a chic clutch bag

The How To Get Away With Murder actress couldn't wipe the smile from her face as she posed alongside dapper husband Julius Tennon

The How To Get Away With Murder actress couldn’t wipe the smile from her face as she posed alongside dapper husband Julius Tennon

In the running for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for First Man, Claire Foy commanded attention on the red carpet in a stunningly simple look. 

The deep forest coloured number boded well with her short brunette locks which were slicked back to put prominence on her dazzling blue eyes. 

Acclaimed actress Viola Davis looked absolutely flawless in a figure-hugging black suede dress which was featured a white satin bow neckline. 

Viola, who is up for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Steve McQueen’s Widows, sported heavy eyeliner, and silver earrings, while toting her essentials in a chic clutch bag. 

Awards season favourite Glenn Close, 71, looked absolutely phenomenal as she wowed in her best red carpet look to date

Awards season favourite Glenn Close, 71, looked absolutely phenomenal as she wowed in her best red carpet look to date

Awards season favourite Glenn Close, 71, looked absolutely phenomenal as she wowed in her best red carpet look to date. 

Competing in the Best Actress in a Leading Role for The Wife, Glenn dazzled in a form fitting black dress which featured symmetrical gold dazzling embellishments on both sides. 

Bond Girl Olga Kurylenko added a pop of colour to the red carpet with a skintight sequin purple dress with splashes of red throughout. 

Stunning: Bond Girl Olga Kurylenko added a pop of colour to the red carpet with a skintight sequin purple dress with splashes of red throughout

Stunning: Bond Girl Olga Kurylenko added a pop of colour to the red carpet with a skintight sequin purple dress with splashes of red throughout

Stunning: Bond Girl Olga Kurylenko added a pop of colour to the red carpet with a skintight sequin purple dress with splashes of red throughout

Meanwhile, Edith wore a slinky, shimmering number that cascaded down her lithe frame, flashing a hint of her midriff, a halterneck design at the top of the dress.

The dress was designed in a silver and clay-pink tone, showcasing her lean arms – with the former Survival Of The Fittest star complimenting the look with a natural palette of make-up.

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She swept her blonde locks back behind her shoulders in a slick ‘do. 

Edith Bowman sported a quirky ensemble: a pink floor-length floral dress, complete with white lacy neck ruff.

She added a pearly queen inspired vest over the top of the dress, embroidered with a red and white bouquet of flowers.

The ruffled lacy detailing continued to her sleeves and to the hem of the dress, which fell down the floor of the red carpet.

Red carpet ready: Edith Bowman and Dermot O'Leary arrived first to interview stars on the red carpet

Red carpet ready: Edith Bowman and Dermot O’Leary arrived first to interview stars on the red carpet

Stunning: The TV presenter wore a slinky, shimmering number that cascaded down her lithe frame

Stunning: The TV presenter wore a slinky, shimmering number that cascaded down her lithe frame

Semi-sheer: Laura flashed a hint of her midriff, her unique gown featuring a halterneck design at the top of the dress

Semi-sheer: Laura flashed a hint of her midriff, her unique gown featuring a halterneck design at the top of the dress

Semi-sheer: Laura flashed a hint of her midriff, her unique gown featuring a halterneck design at the top of the dress

Neutral tones: The dress was designed in a silver and clay-pink tone, showcasing her lean arms - with the former Survival Of The Fittest star complimenting the look with a natural palette of make-up

Neutral tones: The dress was designed in a silver and clay-pink tone, showcasing her lean arms – with the former Survival Of The Fittest star complimenting the look with a natural palette of make-up

She added driving gloves to the ensemble, adding further intrigue to the inspiration of the get-up.

Edith – who is the red carpet host for the event – wore her dark blonde locks up and added statement earrings and a natural palette of make-up to her look.

The event is being held at the Royal Albert Hall for the third year in a row, after the move from the Royal Opera House.

Joanna Lumley is hosting for a second time after impressing last year in place of Stephen Fry while Cirque de Soleil will also be back with another performance after their 2018 tribute to Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water. 

Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Favourite has swept the nominations with 12 nods in top categories including a Best Actress chance for its star Olivia Colman, Supporting Actress nominations for Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz and a shot at Best Film.

Dapper: Dermot looked typically suave in his tuxedo, ahead of presenting duties

Dapper: Dermot looked typically suave in his tuxedo, ahead of presenting duties

Dapper: Dermot looked typically suave in his tuxedo, ahead of presenting duties

First to arrive: Edith turned heads in a quirky ensemble on the Royal Albert Hall red carpet on Sunday evening

First to arrive: Edith turned heads in a quirky ensemble on the Royal Albert Hall red carpet on Sunday evening

Turning heads: The presenter sported a quirky ensemble: a pink floor-length floral dress, complete with white lacy neck ruff

Turning heads: The presenter sported a quirky ensemble: a pink floor-length floral dress, complete with white lacy neck ruff

Turning heads: The presenter sported a quirky ensemble: a pink floor-length floral dress, complete with white lacy neck ruff

Quirky: She added a pearly queen inspired vest over the top of the dress, embroidered with a red and white bouquet of flowers

Quirky: She added a pearly queen inspired vest over the top of the dress, embroidered with a red and white bouquet of flowers

The Favourite will compete with A Star Is Born, BlacKkKlansman, Green Book and Roma for Best Film but surprisingly, after its success at last month’s Golden Globes, Bohemian Rhapsody was snubbed in the category.

The Favourite is nominated in 12 categories. Bohemian Rhapsody, First Man, Roma and A Star Is Born each have seven nominations; Vice has six, BlacKkKlansman has five, and Cold War and Green Book have four each. Can You Ever Forgive Me?, Mary Poppins Returns, Mary Queen of Scots and Stan & Ollie have three nominations each.

The 2019 nod marks Olivia’s sixth BAFTA nomination but her first for a film role after previously winning for TV hits Twenty Twelve, Accused and Broadchurch.

Olivia competes against Glenn Close for The Wife, Lady Gaga for A Star Is Born, Melissa McCarthy for Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ and Widows star Viola Davis, but in another shock snub, Mary Poppins Returns lead Emily Blunt has missed out on a nomination. 

In fact, Mary Poppins Returns only received nominations in the technical categories for BAFTA, with three nods in total for Best Film Music, Best Production Design and Best Costume Design. 

Olivia’s chances at scoring her first film BAFTA have only increased after she took home the Best Actress Motion Picture – Musical Or Comedy for The Favourite at the Golden Globes.   

Olivia’s critically-acclaimed film was released last month and follows the love triangle Queen Anne forms with two of her female courtiers, played by Emma and Rachel, who are both nominated in the Best Supporting Actress Category.

The Favourite is also nominated for Outstanding British Film, Original Screenplay, Cinematography, Production Design, Costume Design, Make Up & Hair, Editing and Yorgos Lanthimos for Director.

Bohemian Rhapsody could build on its surprise success at the Golden Globes with its seven BAFTA nominations, but it has missed out on chance at the Best Film prize.

The Queen biopic provided the biggest shock of the 2019 Golden Globes when it beat favourite A Star is Born to take home the Best Motion Picture Drama prize, which followed a win for leading man Rami Malek.

Rami is nominated for the BAFTA Leading Actor where he will again compete against A Star Is Born’s Bradley Cooper as well as Viggo Mortensen and British actors Christian Bale and Steve Coogan.

Bale is the favourite to take home Leading Actor for his incredible transformation into Dick Cheney for Vice. 

A Star Is Born has scored the same number of BAFTA nominations as its rival Bohemian Rhapsody, with seven chances. As well as its Best Actor nod for Bradley, who also receives a nomination for Direction, Lady Gaga is nominated for Leading Actress.

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The singer will again compete with Glenn Close for The Wife, who beat her in another surprise Golden Globes result. Melissa McCarthy and Viola Davis along with Colman make up the category.

The bookies favourites Glenn, Gaga and Olivia will go head to head at the BAFTAs as unlike the Golden Globes, there are not separate acting categories for drama, musical or comedy.

Also receiving seven nominations is Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma which is nominated for Best Film, Film Not in the English Language, Director, Original Screenplay, Cinematography, Production Design and Editing.

Cuaron will be a tough competitor in the Direction category, after winning best director honours at the Golden Globes for his ode to his own childhood in 1970s Mexico City. 

First Man also joins the seven nominations club with nods for Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, Editing, Production Design, Sound, and Special Visual Effects, as well as Supporting Actress for Claire Foy.

British talent Claire, who plays Neil Armstrong’s wife in the moon landings biopic, will compete with The Favourite’s Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz, Margot Robbie for Mary Queen of Scots and Amy Adams for Vice.

Supporting Actor also includes big names with Adam Driver for BlacKkKlansman competing against the Golden Globe winner Mahershala Ali for Green Book as well as Richard E. Grant for Can You Ever Forgive Me?, Vice star Sam Rockwell and Timothee Chalamet for Beautiful Boy.  

2019 BAFTA NOMINATIONS

Best Film

Black KkKlansman

Green Book

The Favourite

Roma

A Star Is Born

Outstanding British Film  

Beast 

Bohemian Rhapsody 

WINNER: The Favourite 

McQueen 

Stan & Ollie 

You Were Never Really Here 

Best Actor in a Leading Role 

Bradley Cooper – A Star Is Born

Christian Bale – Vice

Rami Malek – Bohemian Rhapsody

Steve Coogan – Stan and Ollie

Viggo Mortensen – Green Book

Lavish: Olivia Colman is nominated for Best Leading Actress, while Rachel Weisz is also up for Supporting Actress

Lavish: Olivia Colman is nominated for Best Leading Actress, while Rachel Weisz is also up for Supporting Actress

Best Actress in a Leading Role 

Glenn Close – The Wife

Lady Gaga – A Star Is Born

Melissa McCarthy – Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Olivia Colman – The Favourite

Viola Davis – Widows

Best Direction 

WINNER: Spike Lee – Black KkKlansman

Pawel Pawlikowski – Cold War

Yorgos Lanthimos – The Favourite

Alfonso Cuarón – Roma

Bradley Cooper – A Star Is Born

Best Actor in a Supporting Role 

Adam Driver – Black KkKlansman

WINNER: Mahershala Ali – Green Book

Richard E Grant – Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Sam Rockwell – Vice

Timothee Chalamet – Beautiful Boy

Winner this time? Gaga will again compete with Glenn Close for The Wife, who beat her at the Golden Globes result

Winner this time? Gaga will again compete with Glenn Close for The Wife, who beat her at the Golden Globes result

Best Actress in a Supporting Role 

Amy Adams – Vice

Claire Foy – First Man

Emma Stone – The Favourite

Margot Robbie – Mary, Queen of Scots

Rachel Weisz – The Favourite

Outstanding Debut by a British Director, Writer or Producer

Apostasy – Daniel Kokotajlo 

Beast – Michael Pearce and Lauren Dark 

A Cambodian Spring – Chris Kelly 

Pili – Leanne Welham and Sophie Harman

Ray & Liz – Richard Billingham and Jacqui Davies 

Best Film Not in the English Language

Capernaum 

Cold War 

Dogman 

Roma 

Shoplifters 

Legendary: Incredibles 2 will compete for Best Animated Film

Legendary: Incredibles 2 will compete for Best Animated Film

Best Short Film

WINNER: 73 Cows

Bachelor

The Blue Door

The Field

Wale

Best Short Animation

I’m OK

Marfa

WINNER: Roughhouse

Best Animated Film

Incredibles 2

Isle of Dogs

WINNER: Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse

British hope: Christian Bale is the favourite to take home Leading Actor for playing Dick Cheney (above) in Vice

British hope: Christian Bale is the favourite to take home Leading Actor for playing Dick Cheney (above) in Vice

Honoured: While Bohemian Rhapsody was snubbed for Best Film, Rami Malek will compete for Leading Actor 

Honoured: While Bohemian Rhapsody was snubbed for Best Film, Rami Malek will compete for Leading Actor 

Best Documentary

WINNER: Free Solo

McQueen

RBG

They Shall Not Grow Old

Three Identical Strangers

Best Cinematography

Bohemian Rhapsody

Cold War

The Favourite

First Man

WINNER: Roma

Best Sound

WINNER: Bohemian Rhapsody

First Man

Mission: Impossible – Fallout

A Quiet Place

A Star Is Born

Best Film Music

BlackkKlansman

If Beale Street Could Talk

Isle of Dogs

Mary Poppins Returns

WINNER: A Star Is Born

Important: Peter Jackson's acclaimed war film They Shall Not Grow Old is up for Best Documentary

Important: Peter Jackson’s acclaimed war film They Shall Not Grow Old is up for Best Documentary

Best Production Design

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

WINNER: The Favourite

First Man

Mary Poppins Returns

Roma

Best Costume Design

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

Bohemian Rhapsody

The Favourite

Mary Poppins Returns

Mary Queen of Scots

Best Editing

Bohemian Rhapsody

The Favourite

First Man

Roma

Vice

Best Special Visual Effects

Avengers: Infinity War

Black Panther

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

First Man

Ready Player One

Nods: A Star Is Born has scored the same number of BAFTA nominations as its rival Bohemian Rhapsody, with seven chances

Nods: A Star Is Born has scored the same number of BAFTA nominations as its rival Bohemian Rhapsody, with seven chances

Best Makeup and Hair

Bohemian Rhapsody

The Favourite

Mary Queen of Scots

Stan & Ollie

Vice

Best Original Screenplay

Cold War

WINNER: The Favourite

Green Book

Roma

Vice

Best Adapted Screenplay

WINNER: BlacKkKlansman

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

First Man

If Beale Street Could Talk

A Star Is Born

BAFTA Rising Star Award  

WINNER: Letitia Wright

Lakeith Stanfield

Barry Keoghan

Cynthia Erivo

Jessie Buckley