BAFTA Film Awards 2019: See All the Red Carpet Fashion – E! NEWS

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Celebs are starting to arrive at the 2019 BAFTA Film Awards!

The annual ceremony, taking place at the Royal Albert Hall in London, honors the work of the talented artists in the film industry over the last year. Timothée Chalamet, Amy Adams, Lucy Boynton and Lily Collins are among the stars that have already started to arrive at the award show.

Among the nominees at Sunday’s ceremony include Glenn Close, Lady Gaga, Melissa McCarthy, Olivia Colman and Viola Davis, who are all up for Leading Actress. Bradley Cooper, Christian Bale, Rami Malek, Steve Coogan and Viggo Mortensen all received Leading Actor nominations.

BlackkKlansman, The Favourite, Green Book, ROMA and A Star Is Born are all up for Best Film.

Let’s take a look at all of the stars as they arrive on the red carpet ahead of the ceremony!

Margot Robbie, 2019 BAFTAs

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Margot Robbie

Robbie is up for Supporting Actress for her work in Mary Queen of Scots.

Olivia Colman, 2019 BAFTAs

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Olivia Colman

Colman is up for Leading Actress for her work in The Favourite.

Rachel Weisz, 2019 BAFTAs

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Rachel Weisz

Weisz is nominated for Support Actress alongside her The Favourite co-star Emma Stone.

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Rami Malek, 2019 BAFTAs

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Rami Malek

Malek is up for Leading Actor for his work in Bohemian Rhapsody.

Timothee Chalamet, 2019 BAFTAs

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Timothée Chalamet

Chalamet is nominated for Supporting Actor for his work in Beautiful Boy.

Melissa McCarthy, 2019 BAFTAs

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Melissa McCarthy

McCarthy is nominated for Leading Actress for her work in Can You Ever Forgive Me?

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Joe Alwyn, 2019 BAFTAs

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Joe Alwyn

The actor’s movie, The Favourite, is nominated for Best Film.

Spike Lee, 2019 BAFTAs

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Spike Lee

Lee is nominated for Best Director at the ceremony for BlacKkKlansman.

Mahershala Ali, 2019 BAFTAs

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Mahershala Ali

The Green Book star is nominated for Supporting Actor at the ceremony.

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Salma Hayek, 2019 BAFTAs

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Salma Hayek

Actress stuns in a one-shoulder dress on the red carpet.

Regina King, 2019 BAFTAs

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Regina King

The If Beale Street Could Talk star shines in this stunning pink dress.

Luke Evans, 2019 BAFTAs

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Luke Evans

The Alienist actor arrives on the red carpet at Royal Albert Hall.

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Prince William, Kate Middleton, 2019 BAFTAs

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Prince William & Kate Middleton

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at the ceremony at Royal Albert Hall.

Lily Collins, 2019 BAFTAs

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Lily Collins

The actress, who stars in the Les Misérables mini-series, stuns in royal blue on the red carpet.

Richard E. Grant, 2019 BAFTAs

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Richard E. Grant

Grant is nominated for Best Support Actor at the award show.

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Barry Jenkins, 2019 BAFTAs

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Barry Jenkins

The director, who is nominated for Adapted Screenplay, is photographed on the red carpet ahead of the ceremony.

Cynthia Erivo, 2019 BAFTAs

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Cynthia Erivo

The EE Rising Star Award nominee arrives on the red carpet.

Amy Adams, 2019 BAFTAs

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Amy Adams

BAFTA nominee Amy Adams strikes a pose on the red carpet.

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Lucy Boynton, 2019 BAFTAs

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Lucy Boynton

The Bohemian Rhapsody star arrives at the event in London.

Laura Whitmore, 2019 BAFTAs

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Laura Whitmore

The TV presenter hits the red carpet ahead of the ceremony.

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