Rachel Weisz and Olivia Colman’s ‘gay rights’ BAFTAs moment driving fans wild

Rachel Weisz and Olivia Colman’s ‘gay rights’ BAFTAs moment driving fans wild

Rachel Weisz and Olivia Colman’s ‘gay rights’ BAFTAs moment driving fans wild

It beat Vice and Mary Queen of Scots which both are up for Academy Awards.

There was a standing ovation for the star as she came on stage to pick up her award from Gary Oldman.

However, unlike other award shows, viewers won't be able to watch Sunday's ceremony live when it starts at 7 p.m. GMT in London's Royal Albert Hall.

In America, viewers will still be able to watch the ceremony at 9 p.m. ET on BBC America as well as the red carpet, which is being broadcast live on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube at 9 a.m. PT.

"I'm surprised it did so well at the Klan Film Festival".

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The drama took the top prize of Best Film, as well as the honors for Best Director, Best Foreign Language Film and Best Cinematography. Best Film went to "Roma" with Alfonso Cuaron picking up Best Director for his work on the movie.

"To see a film about an indigenous domestic worker embraced this way in an age when fear and anger propose to divide us means the world to me", Cuaron said as he accepted the Best Film prize.

Addressing the other winners from The Favourite, Olivia continued: "We are having an awesome night aren't we?" Colman said. "We're going to get so pissed (drunk) later".

Speaking about her co-stars Weisz and Stone, Colman said: "As far as I'm concerned all three of us are the same and should be the leads and it's weird we can't do that".

Rachel is nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role along with co-star Emma Stone while Olivia is up for Best Actress in a Leading Role.

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The animation category was won by Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, while Free Solo, a film about the first person to climb El Capitan in Yosemite National Park without ropes, was named best documentary. "It's got my name on it, but we can scratch in some other names".

Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron poses with his awards for Best Film and Best Director for Roma.

BlackKklansman won the prize for Best Adapted Screenplay and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse scored the Best Animated Film trophy.

Rami Malek's portrayal of the late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury - a victim of the AIDS epidemic in the days when homosexuality was taboo in rock-and-roll - earned him the best actor award, however. He paid tribute to Mercury in his acceptance speech.

Despite being on home soil, Richard E. Grant did not win Supporting Actor for his role in Can You Ever Forgive Me? as Mahershala Ali was given the award instead for playing Dr Don Shirley in Green Book.

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