The Bafta nominations are in - and it looks like being Kate Winslet's night all over again
Kate Winslet faces stiff competition for the Best Actress award at the Baftas – from herself!
The, now, Golden Globe-winning actress has been nominated twice in the category for Revolutionary Road and The Reader.
Three of the women she beat, and mentioned in her cringe-inducing acceptance speech at the Golden Globes, have also been named: Angelina Jolie, Meryl Streep and Kristin Scott Thomas.
Among the other nominations is the critically-acclaimed Slumdog Millionaire and Brad Pitt’s The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button, which are both up for 11 Baftas each.
The Baftas give a good indication of who could be up for an Oscar next month, so all eyes will be on the star-studded ceremony, to be held on 8 February.
Read on to find out who’s up for what….
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Outstanding British Film
Man on Wire
Clint Eastwood: Changeling
David Fincher: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Ron Howard: Frost/Nixon
Stephen Daldry: The Reader
Danny Boyle: Slumdog Millionaire
Waltz with Bashir
Frank Langella: Frost/Nixon
Dev Patel: Slumdog Millionaire
Sean Penn: Milk
Brad Pitt: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Mickey Rourke: The Wrestler
Angelina Jolie: Changeling
Kristin Scott Thomas: I’ve Loved You So Long
Meryl Streep: Doubt
Kate Winslet: The Reader
Kate Winslet: Revolutionary Road
Robert Downey Jr: Tropic Thunder
Brendan Gleeson: In Bruges
Philip Seymour Hoffman: Doubt
Heath Ledger: The Dark Knight
Brad Pitt: Burn After Reading
Amy Adams: Doubt
Penelope Cruz: Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Freida Pinto: Slumdog Millionaire
Tilda Swinton: Burn After Reading
Marisa Tomei: The Wrestler