Michelle Dockery on Her Dan Stevens Downton Abbey Reunion: 'I've Missed This Face'

Be still, our beating hearts: Lady Mary and Matthew Crawley have reunited.

Eddie Redmayne Wins BAFTA and Best Husband Award

Eddie Redmayne is one happily married man, and he’s not afraid to shout it from the rooftops.

“I love married life!” he declared after bagging the best actor prize at Sunday’s British Academy Film Awards. He made his remarks backstage at London’s Royal Opera House during winners’ press conference.

Nigel Lythgoe Preps for Royal Visit BAFTA Event

Nigel Lythgoe can now add the title “royal party planner” to his overwhelming resume.

The reality star producer and judge is helping coordinate the British Academy of Film and Television Arts “Brits to Watch” event on July 9 at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles, which will welcome Prince William and Kate.

“On behalf of BAFTA I would like to say, ‘It’s absolutely fantastic,’” Lythgoe said of the opportunity to host the royal newlyweds adding, “On behalf of Nigel Lythgoe, ‘Aaaaaaahhhhh!’”

Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Nominated for British Oscars

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt travel well – the couple are up for major prizes at the British equivalent of the Oscars: the Orange British Academy Film Awards.

Daniel Day-Lewis Takes Home BAFTA Award

Daniel Day-Lewis did more than scoop up yet another award for best actor on Sunday night: he earned a little street cred from his kids.

“I don’t know what my lads are going to think of this,” the father of three said holding up his BAFTA award, Britain’s answer to the Oscar, “but when they see me in a photograph with Daniel Radcliffe they are going to take me really seriously.”

Stars Set to Shine at the BAFTA Awards

Hey, Hollywood: Feeling the need to rock a red carpet? Hop a flight to London.

With the lingering writers’ strike casting a cloud of uncertainty over next month’s Oscars, Britain’s BAFTA Awards could provide many actors with the only international platform to strut their stuff.

So perhaps it’s no surprise that a clutch of heavy-hitters are expected to grace the glamorous Feb. 10 event.

Keira Knightley's Atonement Leads BAFTA Nominations

The British romance and war epic Atonement led the list of nominees announced on Wednesday for the Orange British Academy Film Awards, the U.K.’s answer to the Oscars.

The Golden Globe-winning movie picked up a staggering 14 nominations, including leading actor and actress for its young British stars Keira Knightley, 22, and James McAvoy, 28.

Reese, Jake, Philip Score in London

Philip Seymour Hoffman, Reese Witherspoon and, especially, the American Western Brokeback Mountain swept Sunday night’s Orange British Academy Film Awards ceremony in London, leaving the local leading contender, The Constant Gardener, in the dust.

Hoffman was named best actor for his depiction of In Cold Blood author Truman Capote, in Capote. Witherspoon won as best actress for her role as June Carter Cash, the wife and muse of country giant Johnny Cash, in Walk the Line.

Winslet, Aviator Soar in BAFTA Race

The Golden Globes barely finished their afterparties when more awards news came from overseas: The British Academy Film Awards organizers have announced their nominees, with Kate Winslet vying against herself as best actress for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Finding Neverland.

But it was Martin Scorsese’s blockbuster Howard Hughes epic The Aviator, named best drama at the Globes, that topped the BAFTA list with 14 nominations, including those for leading man (and Globe winner) Leonardo DiCaprio and for director Martin Scorsese.