Some of the biggest names in Hollywood have made their way up the red carpet for tonight's Baftas.
Leading actor rivals Eddie Redmayne and Michael Keaton were among the first to meet fans and pose for pictures at the event.
Other famous names arriving at the ceremony, held at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, central London, included Boyhood star Patricia Arquette. She paid tribute to the film's director, Richard Linklater, she said there was "no other" like him.
Professor Stephen Hawking is among the well-known faces attending the Bafta awards this evening.
It comes as The Theory of Everything, a film about Professor Hawking's life, is nominated for a number of awards including Best Film, Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor.
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