There’s been a lot going on in the worlds of film and music this week, so if you have missed any of the big stories then catch up right here.
1. A brilliant night for Brits at the Golden Globes
British stars Olivia Colman, Richard Madden, Christian Bale and Ben Whishaw were among the winners at this year’s Golden Globe Awards.
With the Oscars seven weeks away, Colman was honoured for her performance in The Favourite, while Bale won for playing ex-US Vice-President Dick Cheney in Vice.
Richard Madden picked up the prize for best TV drama actor for his role in BBC One’s Bodyguard and Whishaw won for A Very English Scandal.R
2. Margot Robbie is going to play Barbie
“I’m so honoured to take on this role that I believe will have a tremendously positive impact on children,” the Australian actress said about playing the iconic doll in a live-action film.
The movie, which does not yet have a title, a director or a release date, marks the first collaboration between Warner Bros and Barbie creator Mattel.
3. The Favourite leads Bafta nominations
It’s not called The Favourite for nothing!
After its success at the Golden Globes, the period comedy-drama leads the race for this year’s Bafta Awards, receiving a whopping 12 nominations.
Colman was nominated for best actress for playing Queen Anne, while her co-stars Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone – who vie for the monarch’s affections in the film – are both in the running for best supporting actress.