“Bafta Awards 2024: ‘Oppenheimer’ dominates with 7 wins 

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Cillian Murphy, Robert Downey Jr, and filmmaker Christopher Nolan were all praised for their work on Oppenheimer as the movie dominated the Bafta Awards.
Cillian Murphy, Robert Downey Jr, and filmmaker Christopher Nolan were all praised for their work on Oppenheimer as the movie dominated the Bafta Awards.

Cillian Murphy, Robert Downey Jr, and filmmaker Christopher Nolan were all praised for their work on Oppenheimer as the movie dominated the Bafta Awards.

Murphy and Downey Jr. Triumph

Cillian Murphy and Robert Downey Jr. emerged as top winners at the Bafta Awards, with Murphy clinching the Best Actor title for his portrayal of J. Robert Oppenheimer and Downey Jr. securing the Best Supporting Actor accolade.

Drama “Oppenheimer” Dominates

The drama “Oppenheimer” claimed a total of seven Baftas, including the prestigious Best Film award, solidifying its status as a cinematic masterpiece.

Emma Stone Shines in “Poor Things”

Emma Stone’s captivating performance in “Poor Things” earned her the title of Best Actress, contributing to the film’s impressive haul of five Bafta wins.

Da’Vine Joy Randolph Recognized

Da’Vine Joy Randolph received the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “The Holdovers,” adding to the film’s success at the ceremony.

Michael J. Fox’s Emotional Tribute

In a touching moment, Michael J. Fox made a surprise appearance to announce “Oppenheimer” as the Best Film winner, garnering a standing ovation from the audience and highlighting the film’s impact.

Gratitude and Recognition

Upon receiving his award, Murphy expressed gratitude to his colleagues and director Christopher Nolan, emphasizing the pursuit of excellence in filmmaking. Downey Jr. also extended his thanks to Nolan and reflected on his enduring career in cinema.

Bafta Awards’ Top Films

“Oppenheimer” led the pack with seven wins, followed by “Poor Things” with five accolades. Other notable films recognized include “The Zone of Interest” and “The Holdovers.”

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