Now. We may have already mentioned that we got to hang out with Tom Ford a few months ago when we were on the jury for the Orange Wednesdays Rising Star Award (did we? Did we mention that? Yes, I think we did. Sorry) but now we're going to move on, stop harping on about it, and give you something to get excited about instead: a genuinely brilliant competition, plus the chance to have your say about the best talent in film.
We have a pair of VIP BAFTA tickets to give away - and by V.I.P. we mean drinks reception, red carpet, London hotel stay, the works. All you have to do to enter is vote for the winner of the Orange Wednesdays Rising Star Award by clicking on the your chosen nominee's name. Ah, remember when K-Stew won last year? LOVED her adorably teenage strop down the red carpet!
And the nominees are...
Gemma Arterton, 25
Gorgeous yet totally down to earth, Arterton is one of our favourite young women in movies - and the former Bond girl has truly proven her acting chops this year, starring in Stephen Frears’ bucolic romp Tamara Drewe and indie thriller The Disappearance of Alice Creed.
Aaron Johnson, 20
Having won teenage hearts (oh, OK, and some of ours too) in Angus Thongs and Full Frontal Snogging in 2008, then starred in John Lennon biopic, Nowhere Boy - which was directed by his now fiance Sam Taylor Wood - last year Johnson proved he could do it all, wowing film fanboys everywhere with his portrayal of a cack-handed superhero in Kick Ass.
Tom Hardy, 33
We've had a massive crush on Tom Hardy for years, but we're total film geeks. Last year, he built on his acclaimed work in the likes of Bronson and Black Hawk Down, with a truly mesmerising turn in Inception, propelling him firmly into mainstream view.
Emma Stone, 22
Love Emma! Gorgeous, redheaded (which is important these days) smart, charismatic... check her out in movies like Easy A, and Zombieland. And she's on the cusp of massive stardom, too, playing Spider-Man’s love interest in Marc Webb’s sure-to-be blockbusting 2012 movie.
Andrew Garfield, 27
The incredibly talented Boy A actor has had a cracking year, winning a Golden Globe nomination for his performance in critical and commercial hit The Social Network. In 2012, he plays actual Spiderman.
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