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    These Photos Make The 2016 BAFTAs Look Like The Golden Age Of Hollywood

    It was a star-studded evening full of glitz and glamour.

    1. Sunday night was the night of the 2016 BAFTA Awards in London, and it was a star-studded night reminiscent of the glamour of Old Hollywood.

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    2. Stars like Julianne Moore and Cate Blanchett attended the event at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden.

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    Tristan Fewings / Stringer

    3. And, of course, it was also Valentine's Day, so plenty of celebrity couples turned up for date night.

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    4. John Boyega, winner of the EE Rising Star Award, smiled as he walked the red carpet before the show.

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    5. Steve Jobs co-stars Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet looked like the epitome of Hollywood royalty as they laughed together on the red carpet.

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    6. Best Supporting Actress nominee Rooney Mara's look was reminiscent of Audrey Hepburn...

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    7. While Isla Fisher truly defined Hollywood glamour.

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    8. Bel Powley, star of The Diary of a Teenage Girl, was nominated for the EE Rising Star Award.

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    9. Douglas Booth was there representing the cast of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

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    10. Eddie Redmayne, who won Best Actor in 2015, was nominated again this year for his role in The Danish Girl.

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    Tristan Fewings / Stringer

    11. And Cate Blanchett, who won for her role in Blue Jasmine in 2014, was nominated again in 2016 for her leading role in Carol.

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    12. There were plenty of men looking dapper in suits...

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    Tristan Fewings / Stringer

    13. While the ladies looked flawless in their gowns.

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    14. Rooney Mara was nominated in the Supporting Actress category for her role in Carol.

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    15. And Idris Elba received a nomination in the Best Supporting Actor category for Beasts of No Nation.

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    16. Leonardo DiCaprio won his first ever BAFTA for his performance in The Revenant.

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    17. There were perfect red carpet poses...

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    18. And a pretty great turnout.

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    19. Overall, it was a pretty glamorous night.

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