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Nominations List of 2011 BAFTA Awards: 'The King's Speech' Leads With 14

January 18, 2011 (9:14 am) GMT
The drama is nominated for Best Film and Outstanding British Film, and followed close behind by 'Black Swan' with 12 nods.

Gearing up for its 2011 awards, BAFTA has unveiled the nominations list of the upcoming prize-giving event. "" once again comes out as the favorite as it dominates the list with 14 nods, including for Best Film, Outstanding British Film, Director, Original Screenplay, Leading Actor as well as Supporting Actor and Actress.

In the Best Film category, the British drama will be up against "" which gets 12 nominations in total. Also vying the coveted prize are "" which takes 9, "" which earns 6, and "" which grabs 8.

Four of Best Film nominees will also get a chance to take Director prize. Darren Aronofsky ("Black Swan"), Christopher Nolan ("Inception"), Tom Hooper ("The King's Speech") and David Fincher ("The Social Network") land each a nod in the category, leaving the last place to "" helmer Danny Boyle.

and , who just took home a kudo from Golden Globes, could add another trophy to their own shelves for they are nominated for Leading Actor and Actress respectively. "The King's Speech" actor faces (""), ("True Grit"), ("The Social Network") and ("127 Hours") for the title, while the "Black Swan" beauty's rivals are (""), ("The Kids Are All Right"), ("") and ("True Grit").

As it has been announced before, Orange Wednesdays Rising Award nominees are , , , and . "The Social Network" star Garfield gets another nomination for he is put alongside (""), Pete Postlethwaite (""), ("The Kids Are All Right") and ("The King's Speech") in Supporting Actor category.

This year's British Academy Film Awards will take place Sunday, February 13 at the Royal Opera House in London.

Full Nominations List of 2011 BAFTA Awards:
Best Film

Outstanding British Film Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer Director Original Screenplay Adapted Screenplay Film Not in the English Language Animated Film Leading Actor Leading Actress Supporting Actor Supporting Actress Original Music Cinematography Editing Production Design Costume Design Sound Special Visual Effects Make Up & Hair Short Animation Short Film Orange Wednesdays Rising Award

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