2016 BAFTA nominations
It may have been a cold winter’s night, but that didn’t stop the stars of the new Showtime series ‘Billions’ from attending the world premiere. Paul Giamatti & Damian Lewis star in the high-stakes drama set in the corporate world and were joined by co-stars Maggie Siff, Malin Akerman, Condola Rashad & Toby Leonard Moore. Emmy Rossum, star of the fellow Showtime series ‘Shameless’, brought some old style Hollywood glamour in a 1950’s vintage style frock with gold detailing.
Prior to the premiere, Rossum & Akerman both stopped by SiriusXM Radio to talk about their respective shows.
Around L.A., Oscar winner Cate Blanchett stopped by the ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ show before heading over to the Chateau Marmont for a pre-Golden Globe party who’s guest list included Zendaya, Paula Patton & Taylor Lautner.
The 2016 BAFTA nominations were announced with ‘The Big Short,’ ‘Carol,’ & ‘The Revenant’ each picking up nods for Best Picture. In the acting categories, Eddie Redmayne, Bryan Cranston, Matt Damon, Alicia Vikander, Brie Larson, Saoirse Ronan, Rooney Mara, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Christian Bale & Idris Elba all garnered nominations.
That’s all for now. We’ll be back tomorrow with more celebrity news and sightings.
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