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@baftaonline Robert Pattinson presents the award for Original Screenplay http://bit.ly/baftas
@baftaonline: WINNER: Original Screenplay - Mark Boal for The Hurt Locker - http://bit.ly/baftas #baftas
18.40 There are wild screams; that must mean...
Wait! It's R.Pattz! People are swooning and crying and he's being smiley and charming and having his picture taken with them and his hair's all tousled and all around me, straight men are turning gay. Some old man in a woolly hat will NOT quit shouting his name. (The journalist in front of us just looked at all this mayhem and said, "Who?") He's officially bigger than Prince William. Pattinson, not the guy in front.
20.22 ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
We've just had a quick look at Up In The Air, another of the Best Picture nominees. "How many screenwriters does it take to change a lightbulb? None: that's a ridiculous note. The lightbulb is fine as it is and in fact the whole of Act Three depends on it." says Ross. And now it's, OMG (quick faint, quick revival) Robert Pattinson. "Hi. Can I first of all say congratulations to Jenny? She's a fabulous make-up artist." We'd transcribe the blurb but we're all too busy getting lost in his eyes. And the BAFTA goes to...THE HURT LOCKER and Mark Boal, which is way in the lead right now. "Thank you; this is really a wonderful honour. Of course, no screenwriter stands here alone; every screenplay stands on the talent that surrounds it. I was really fortunate to have great actors, and Kathryn Bigelow for believing in this story when it was more popular to believe in unicorns."
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