Kate Hudson, her hair pulled back in a long French braid, was making her second BAFTA appearance. "I don't think it's very different from American shows, but the sounds are different, the inflections are different," she noted.
Cuba Gooding Jr., presenting the supporting-actress award, was on his first BAFTA visit. "It seems right on par with other awards shows I've been to. There's a lot of excitement, a lot of beautiful people."
Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe said that he is in final talks to star in a biopic about Dan Eldon, the British photojournalist who was stoned to death in Somalia in 1993. "It's a long way off, but if it happens, I will do it."
Apart from his Broadway debut in September, Radcliffe is happy to say he has no plans. "I am taking my first holiday in a long, long time, but I'm not going anywhere. I'm just staying here. I hate the beach. I don't do beaches. I'm too pale. I don't tan. I just burn."