Oscar winners Ariana DeBose and Troy Kotsur scoop Baftas

Oscar leads Troy Kotsur and Ariana DeBose won the award at the Bafta film awards, where the sci-fi epic Dune also took the grand prize.

Star oda Kotsur, who could make Oscar history as the first deaf actor to win the award, won the best supporting actor statuette at the star ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Speaking on stage with his interpreter, the American performer said: “I think it’s great when you recognize my work from all over the sea, it’s really amazing.


Troy Kotsur (Ian West / PA)

“I just wanted to congratulate James Bond, 007, on his 60th anniversary. Have you seen maybe a deaf James Bond, 008? ”

DeBose received the Supporting Actress Award for her role as Anita in West Side Story.

She said: “This means a lot to me, I am a singer, a dancer, an actor.

“I speak dance better than I speak English.


Ariana DeBose (Ian West / PA)

“It’s not every day that you can animate a character using all of these principles.”

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No Time To Die star Lashana Lynch won EE’s Rising Star Award, the only Bafta award voted on by the public.

Accepting the trophy from last year’s winner, Bukky Bakray, Lynch said: “Queen tings, that’s it.”

She added: “I’m grateful for a working-class background that taught me everything I needed to know about failure, about zero and what it means and how to celebrate your yes.”


Lashana Lynch (centre) with hosts Lady Gaga and Bukky Bakray (Ian West/PA)

She continued: “I want to thank the women of this country who have taught me what to do in this industry as a dark-skinned woman. I thank you for laying the foundation for people like me.”

The blockbuster Dune, directed by Denis Villeneuve and based on the 1965 novel by Frank Herbert, won awards for special effects, cinematography, sound and original score.

Actress Rebel Wilson, who hosted the ceremony, opened the awards ceremony by joking about her recent weight loss.

The Pitch Perfect star stepped onto the stage in a sparkly red dress and said, “I may look a little different than the last time you saw me here.”

Referring to her image at the 2020 ceremony appearing on screen, she added: “That was me two years ago and since then I’ve done quite a bit of conversion – I hope JK Rowling still accepts favorable.

“People are asking me, why are you losing weight? Apparently it was to get Robert Pattinson’s attention. “

She continued: “I didn’t lose weight just to marry a guy, I did it to get more roles.


Rebel Wilson (Ian West / PA)

“Now I can play the love interest in an Adam Sandler movie.”

She also joked about The Batman’s box office success, saying it’s “ironic” the film has been so successful in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.

She said: “One man and one bat started everything that devastated the film industry, two years later a man and a bat should be the ones to save it.”

Wilson also quips that she will replace Daniel Craig as the next James Bond.

The Australian actress told the Bafta audience: “Hold on to your martini because Broccolis let me announce it here and now, here’s the scoop, I’m proud to announce that the new James Bond will be It’s me! Oh my god, yes!

“I don’t want people to go crazy because there’s going to be a female James Bond, it’s not going to change that much.”

She added: “This is my pitch for the new Bond movie – Bond comes to Australia and it can be called Die And G’day.

I’m saving my voice for the Cats . sequelRebel Wilson

“And because of the gender pay gap, I wouldn’t actually be 007, I would be 004.5

Wilson, who has promised she won’t shy away from risky jokes, later added: “I’m going to be doing some musicals as host – it’s about Prince Andrew.

“It was on roller skates. It’s called Pizza Express but don’t worry, I won’t, I won’t sing.

“I’m saving my voice for the Cats sequel.”

The Duke of Cambridge, the president of Bafta, was absent from this year’s ceremony but recorded a special video message in which he congratulated the nominees.

He also praised the work of Bafta’s groundbreaking program, a year-long mentoring and mentoring initiative, saying it “helps people reach their true potential”.

The EE British Academy Film Awards will air on BBC One at 7pm.

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