06:10 PM EDT 08/23/2014
Originally posted 02/09/2009 05:45AM
Mick Jagger delivered the top prize – to the evening's big winner, Slumdog Millionaire – and the best line of the evening – about Brad Pitt – at Sunday's 2009 British Academy Film Awards.
Explaining what he was doing at a movie event the same night as the Grammys, the Rolling Stone said he was part of a rock star-movie star exchange program.
"Sir Anthony Hopkins is in the recording studio with Amy Winehouse," joked Jagger, "and we are hoping that next week Sir Brad and all the Pitt family will be performing The Sound of Music at the Brit awards."
Originally posted 01/20/2009 10:20AM
Kate Winslet vows to write an acceptance speech for the upcoming BAFTA movie awards, so she's better prepared than she was at the Golden Globes.
Winslet, 33, gave a pair of lengthy, tearful acceptance speeches at the Golden Globes after she walked off with awards for her roles in Revolutionary Road and The Reader. She has now been nominated for leading actress awards at the Orange British Academy Film Awards, the British equivalent of the Oscars, for the same movies.
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