Stars hit red carpet for Baftas
The stars were on the red carpet tonight for this year's Baftas.
Thousands of fans gathered outside the Royal Opera House in London's Covent
Garden to see the A-listers arrive.
The Queen leads the field with 10 nominations including best film and best
actress for Dame Helen Mirren.
She is up against Dame Judi Dench for Notes On A Scandal, Kate Winslet for
Little Children, Meryl Streep for The Devil Wears Prada and Penelop Cruz for
Daniel Craig thrilled fans by posing for mobile phone pictures in a Tom
He is the first Bond to be nominated for best actor with his role in Casino
But he refused to discuss his chances of beating Leonardo DiCaprio, Richard
Griffiths, Peter O'Toole and Forest Whitaker to the prize.
"I'm not thinking about it. Well, I'm trying not to,"he said.
Other stars on the red carpet included Thandie Newton, Anne Marie Duff and
husband James McAvoy, Sir Ian McKellen, Emily Blunt and Myleene Klass.