Last year, everyone who was anyone in the movie world – from Kate Winslet to actual Brangelina – were out in force for the biggest, most glamorous night of the British film calendar. This year, you could be there too. Nicholas Hoult, 20 Carey Mulligan, 24
Grazia Daily is known for its fantastic competitions, but this one is pretty special, even by our standards. We’re giving away a pair of VIP tickets to the Orange British Academy Film Awards on Sunday 21 February, with a night in a top London hotel and access to a super-exclusive Champagne reception included in the prize.
Even better, all you need to do to enter is vote for the actor or actress you think should win this year’s BAFTA Orange Rising Star Award, by texting “GRAZIA” followed by the surname of your favourite nominee to 82058*.
The Rising Star Award was developed by Orange. It's the only BAFTA voted for by the British public and is celebrating its fifth year this year. Along with last year’s winner, Noel Clarke, Grazia was on the jury (did we mention that this means we get to go to the BAFTAs? More on our fashion dilemmas soon…) and helped choose the nominees, who were announced today by Clarke at BAFTA HQ in London. Who do you rate? They are…
Jesse Eisenberg, 26 (top of page)
Hollywood’s new go-to geek impressed critics and audiences alike with comedies Adventureland and Zombieland and is currently filming The Social Network, playing Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
The former About a Boy and Skins star hits the big time later this year, with a mesmerising performance in Tom Ford’s visually glorious A Single Man.
Carey was stunning in last year’s An Education, and 2010 looks even brighter for the young star, with roles in high profile films Wall Street 2 and Never Let Me Go on the cards.
Tahar Rahim, 28
Many critics are calling Tahar’s breakthrough film – tough French prison drama Un Prophete (A Prophet; out Friday) – their movie of the year, thanks in no small part to Tahar’s powerful performance.
Kristen Stewart, 19
As ‘Bella’ Swan in the blockbusting Twilight films, Kristen Stewart is one of the world’s most famous actresses already. But her assured performance in 2009’s Adventureland suggested there was a lot more to her than vampires.
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Last year, everyone who was anyone in the movie world – from Kate Winslet to actual Brangelina – were out in force for the biggest, most glamorous night of the British film calendar. This year, you could be there too.
Nicholas Hoult, 20
Carey Mulligan, 24