Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Ryan Gosling and Andrew Garfield are among the nominees confirmed to be at this year’s EE British Academy Film Awards which takes place on Sunday at the Royal Albert Hall.
Hosted by Stephen Fry, the ceremony will be broadcast on BBC One from 9pm, and audiences at home will be able to watch a live stream of the red carpet on BAFTA’s Facebook page between 16.30 and 18.30.
In addition, sponsors EE will enabled thousands of film fans to get closer to their favourite stars by giving them the chance to have a ‘virtual selfie’ taken on the red carpet using an innovative custom-built camera technology featured in the EE Roboselfie: a high-tech, selfie-taking robot.
By submitting a headshot on Twitter using the hashtag #EEBAFTAselfie fans will have the chance to be featured in one of the superfast selfies that the EE Roboselfie will create at record speed whenever an A-lister stops by for a picture.
Other big name nominees confirmed for the night include Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Amy Adams, Andrea Arnold, Anya Taylor-Joy, Barry Jenkins, Casey Affleck, Damien Chazelle, David Hare, David Heyman, David Yates, Denis Villeneuve, Dev Patel, Emily Blunt, Emma Stone, Hayley Squires, Hugh Grant, J.K. Rowling, Ken Loach, Kenneth Lonergan, Laia Costa, Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris, Pedro Almodóvar, Ron Howard, Ryan Gosling, Tom Ford, Tom Holland, Viggo Mortensen and Viola Davis.
The audience and presenter line-up includes Andrea Riseborough, Daisy Ridley, Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones, Sir Mark Rylance, Noel Clarke, Penelope Cruz, Rafe Spall, Russell Tovey, Simon Pegg, Stanley Tucci and Thandie Newton.
As well as awards for individual talent and titles, Mel Brooks will be honoured with the BAFTA Fellowship and Curzon is to receive the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award.