'Dune', 'Power of the Dog' lead Bafta award nominations
"Belfast", "House of Gucci", and "No Time To Die" are all nominated for outstanding British film at this year's British Academy of Film and Television Arts (Bafta) awards.
Denis Villeneuve's sci-fi epic "Dune" and Jane Campion's dark Western "The Power of the Dog" lead this year's British Academy of Film and Television Arts (Bafta) nominations, with 11 and eight nominations respectively, the body announced Thursday.
The two movies will compete with Kenneth Branagh's semi-autobiographical "Belfast", Adam McKay's end-of-world comedy "Don't Look Up", and Paul Thomas Anderson's 1970s "Licorice Pizza" for the best film prize.
"Belfast" received a total of six nominations, while Daniel Craig's final James Bond film "No Time to Die" had five, as did "Licorice Pizza".
Ready for the 2022 #EEBAFTAs nominations?! In 3, 2, 1… LET’S GO! 🚦— BAFTA (@BAFTA) February 3, 2022
First up, Outstanding British Film
🎞️ AFTER LOVE
🎞️ ALI & AVA
🎞️ BOILING POINT
🎞️ EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE
🎞️ HOUSE OF GUCCI
🎞️ LAST NIGHT IN SOHO
🎞️ NO TIME TO DIE
🎞️ PASSING pic.twitter.com/qRqhcmOkrz
Benedict Cumberbatch's troubled cowboy in Campion's thriller is nominated for best actor, along with Leonardo DiCaprio for his role in "Don't Look Up", while Will Smith earns his first Bafta tap for his role as the Williams sisters' father and tennis coach in "King Richard".
Lady Gaga earned a best leading actress nomination for her portrayal of Patrizia Reggiani in Ridley Scott's "House Of Gucci."
The Leading Actor nominees🌟— BAFTA (@BAFTA) February 3, 2022
🎞️ ADEEL AKHTAR
🎞️ MAHERSHALA ALI
🎞️ BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH
🎞️ LEONARDO DICAPRIO
🎞️ STEPHEN GRAHAM
🎞️ WILL SMITH #EEBAFTAs pic.twitter.com/JqhmiJsS5v
"Belfast", "House of Gucci" and "No Time To Die" are all nominated for outstanding British film at this year's awards, the winners of which are to be announced during an event at London's Royal Albert Hall on March 13.