Emerald Fennell showed off her chic sense of style as she arrived on the red carpet at this year’s Film Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in on Sunday.
The actress, 36, wore a blue velvet trouser suit with black lapels on which she wore a glitzy gold dragon brooch.
She wore a crisp white shirt which she wore unbuttoned at the collar and opted for a pair of low-rise gold platform heels for the event.
Looking good: Emerald Fennell, 36, showed off her chic sense of style in a blue velvet trouser suit with black lapels at the BAFTA Film Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Sunday
The star went for a simple look with her make-up to show off her natural beauty and wore her blonde hair pinned back.
Meanwhile, Rebel Wilson, who will be hosting the Academy’s 75th ceremony this evening, recently admitted to her nerves and that she worries about being cancelled for her jokes.
She confessed to the : ‘Your head is on the chopping block as the host, which is a bit scary.I get very nervous.
Fashion focus: She wore a crisp white shirt which she wore unbuttoned at the collar and opted for a pair of low-rise gold platform heels for the event
‘It’s a very hard time for comedians, because what can you say without being cancelled?’
The nominations were announced last month with Dune, The Power Of The Dog and Belfast leading with 11, eight and six respectively.
Denis Villeneuve’s star-studded sci-fi epic landed a slew of technical nods, along with a nod for the top prize for Best Film, while Jane Campion’s dark Western and Kenneth Branagh’s Irish biopic follows close behind with eight and six respectively.
While the Academy once again recognised three women in the Director’s shortlist, this year’s nominations fell short on BAFTA’s vow to improve diversity, with only seven people of colour nominated in contrast to last year’s 12.
Strike a pose: Emerald wore a glitzy gold dragon brooch on her lapel as she graced the red carpet
It looks set to be a competitive evening in the acting categories, with Lady Gaga, Caitriona Balfe and Benedict Cumberbatch battling it out for the leading honours, alongside newcomers Kodi Smit-McPhee, Ariana DeBose and Adeel Akhtar.
While many of Dune’s nominations came in the technical categories, it’s also landed a nod for Best Film, alongside Belfast, Don’t Look Up, Licorice Pizza and The Power of the Dog.
The critically-acclaimed film, the first of two films based on Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel, had been tipped for awards glory, with Hans Zimmer once again recognised in the Original Score category, along with nods for Casting, Cinematography, Editing, Production Design, Costume Design, Makeup and Hair, Sound and Special Visual Effects.
After its success at the Golden Globes, the dark Western The Power of the Dog landed eight nominations, including Best Film, Director and Adapted Screenplay for Jane Campion, Leading Actor for Benedict Cumberbatch, Original Score, Cinematography, and two nominations in the Supporting Actor category for Kodi Smit-McPhee and Jesse Plemons
In the detail: The star went for a simple look with her make-up to show off her natural beauty and wore her blonde hair pinned back
Following close behind is Belfast, which landed six nods despite an unexpected snub for Kenneth in the Director category.
The drama, which stars Jamie Dornan, Judi Dench and newcomer Jude Hill and is based on Kenneths’ childhood growing up in Northern Ireland at the height of The Troubles, was also nominated for Outstanding British Film, Original Screenplay, Supporting Actress for Caitriona, Supporting Actor for Ciarán Hinds and Editing.
Following the surprise BAFTA success of 2012’s Skyfall, the British Academy has also recognised Daniel Craig’s swan song in the James Bond franchise, with five nominations.
The action-packed epic, which was delayed multiple times due to the Covid pandemic, landed nods for Outstanding British Film, Special Visual Effects, Editing, Cinematography and Sound.
In the Outstanding British Film category, Belfast and No Time To Die will fight it out for the honour alongside After Love, Ali & Ava, Boiling Point, Cyrano, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, House of Gucci, Last Night in Soho, and Passing.