The 73rd British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) was held at London's Royal Albert Hall on Sunday, with stars from far and wide flocking to the English capital for a night of Hollywood glitz and glamour.
Scarlett Johansson pulled out all the stops for the one of the biggest events in TV and film as she led the glamour alongside Little Women stars Florence Pugh and Saoirse Ronan, and Renee Zellweger.
Leading Actress nominee Scarlett, 35, borrowed fashion tips from the 1920s in a busty feathered gown as she graced the red carpet with her A-list competitors, Judy star Renee, 50, and Little Women's Saoirse, 25, and Florence, 24.
Turning up the heat, the wedding Actress star brought a touch of sex appeal to the extravagant bash in a dazzling pink gown, which featured a perilously low-cut neckline, a beaded bodice and a tasseled hemline.
Despite sporting a floor-length piece, Scarlett, who is also up for Supporting Actress for her role in Jojo Rabbit, managed to flash a hint of her metallic heels through her garment's bold thigh-high slit.
The blonde Beauty looked typically stunning as she upped the ante with chandelier-inspired earrings which complemented her head-turning appearance.
With her tresses dressed into a chic updo, the Girl with a Pearl Earring actress finished off her appearance with glittery pink make-up look.
Leading lady: Leading Actress nominee Scarlett, 35, borrowed fashion tips from the 1920s in a busty feathered gown, which featured a perilously low-cut neckline, a beaded bodice and a tasseled hemline
On-trend: With her tresses dressed into a chic updo, the Girl with a Pearl Earring actress finished off her appearance with glittery pink make-up look
Incredible: Little Women's Saoirse, 25, looked every inch the leading lady in a stunning chic black satin gown with thin staps and a floor-length skirt
Phenomenal: Despite dominating the industry for nearly three decades, the Miss Potter star looked as youthful as ever in light touches of make-up
Irish Beauty Saoirse looked every inch the leading lady in a stunning chic black satin gown with thin staps and a floor-length skirt.
The Little Women star, nominated for Leading Actress, added a pop of colour to the ensemble with multicoloured beaded earrings and a slick of coral red lipstick.
Lady Bird actress Saoirse styled her blonde locks into a sweptback hairdo, she added a touch of pink eye shadow and black winged eyeliner.
Renée ensured she honoured her Leading Actress nomination for Judy as she graced the event in an elegant satin dress.
Nice to see you! Florence appeared delighted as she warmly greeted Little Women's director Greta Gerwig, who wowed in a velvet dress
Dazzling: Olivia Colman tapped into her character as The Queen in The Crown as she opted for regal chic in a turtleneck dress, featuring a floral-embroidered bodice, sheer sleeves and a flowy skirt
Including a sweetheart neckline and off-shoulder detailing, the Bridget Jones actress wowed in her pink gown, which hugged her youthful-looking physique.
Supporting Actress nominee Florence hit the red carpet with a bang as she dared to be bold in a fuchsia puffball gown, complete with a thigh-skimming front piece and an elaborate dress train.
Game Of Thrones actress Emilia, 33, ditched her typically girly fashion sense in favour of a vampy appearance, while Big Little Lies' Zoe, 31, exuded sophistication in a metallic gold floor-length dress.
Exquisite: Rebel Wilson (L) dazzled in a shimmery two-tone dress, while Alice Eve (R) twirled across the red carpet in a fringed gown with a beaded bodice
Night on the town: Leading actor nominee Joaquin Phoenix hit the red carpet in recycled Stella McCartney tux, after making an eco-friendly vow to re-wear his suit to all awards shows
Handsome: Rounding out his suave look with a pair of polished black Oxfords, the Puerto Rico-born star wore his hair in a tousled wavy look while he sported a greying beard
Vibrant: Charlize Theron put on a colourful display in a bright purple dress with a deeply plunging neckline, tied in with a sleek black waistbelt to highlight her figure
Model behaviour: The runway star showed off every inch of her figure in the black lace jumpsuit which was layered under a sheer black sheath dress
Smitten: Hugh Grant looked more loved-up than ever with wife Anna Eberstein as he shared a sweet loving glance with his Swedish television
Oops! Al Pacino made quite the entrance as he tripped and took a tumble on the red carpet while arriving with his girlfriend Meital Dohan
Poor thing! The screen star, 79, appeared to have lost his footing as he made his way up the steps into the venue
Easy does it: The actor was helped back on his feet by two members of the security team and soon made his way back up the stairs following the stumble
Highlighting her sensational figure, Emilia caught the eye in a low-scoop gown, complete with a pair of towering ankle-strap heels for height.
The media personality maintained her dark-themed look with a smouldering brown make-up look, featuring smokey eyeshadow, matte foundation and nude lipgloss to add a pop of colour.
With her tresses swept into a sleek bun, the brunette ensured focus remained on her outfit as she opted for minimal Accessories by just sporting blue crystal dangle earrings.
Catwoman actress Zoe injected the event with even elegance as she slipped into a gold long-sleeved number, which accentuated her slender figure.
Oh baby! The Queen & Slim actress, 33, looked absolutely sensational in her busty flared gown by Gucci, with the star's yellow number serving as a stunning contrast to her glowing complexion
Commanding attention: Big Little Lies' Zoe Kravitz, 31, injected the event with even elegance as she slipped into a gold long-sleeved number
Looking good: The Los Angeles native slicked down her pixie cut while bringing out her out-of-this-world Beauty with a dewy base and fierce red lipstick
Chic: Gillian, 51, looked glamorous in her velvet dress, which skimmed her ankles to allow her classic red pedicure to be on display
The Los Angeles native slicked down her pixie cut while bringing out her out-of-this-world Beauty with a dewy base and fierce red lipstick.
Coordinating with her make-up look in the accessory department, the TV and film star rounded off her outfit with drop earrings and a fresh patent manicure.
And Taron Egerton, who was nominated for the Leading Actor gong for his role as Elton John in biopic Rocketman, looked every inch the leading man at the event.
The Kingsman star, 30, was joined by his stunning girlfriend Emily Thomas, where he looked dapper in a crushed velvet purple tuxedo which he teamed with a crisp white shirt, black bow tie and patent leather dress shoes.
Incredible: Vanessa Kirby took inspiration from the Roaring Twenties in a tasseled dress, which featured a silver bedazzled bodice and a mulberry feathered skirt
Loved-up: Pixie and her handsome fiancé Oliver Cheshire looked smitten as they cosied up at the event, looking sharp in an all-black ensemble of a tuxedo, poloneck jumper and smart dress shoes
Out in full force: Leading Actor nominee Taron Egerton enjoyed a date night with girlfriend Emily Thomas (L) while presenter Dermot O'Leary joined longtime pal Edith Bowman (R)
Emily looked effortlessly chic in an asymmetrical black floor-length gown which showcased her svelte figure. The assistant director styled her brunette locks into a glossy curly blow-dried hairdo, she added a slick of glamorous make-up.
Before the critically-acclaimed thespians hit the red carpet, DJ and presenter Vick Hope was the first to make her grand entrance, where she turned heads in a sweeping - and very leggy - red ball gown, featuring a one-shouldered design and made in a mixture of fabrics.
She added gold heels to the look and matched the dress to her lipstick, with a dramatic pop of rouge. Vick swept her sleek raven locks back into a side parting and showcased drop-earrings for a touch of sparkle.
Commanding: Daisy Ridley proved that she has the force as she turned heads in an elegant dark gown combined with a sheer cape by Oscar De La Renta
The 2020 ceremony is the 73rd annual EE British Academy Film Awards and is considered the UK's most prestigious awards ceremony. It is also the last event to take place ahead of the Oscars.
The ceremony will be hosted by Graham Norton, taking over the role from Joanna Lumley, who hosted for two years prior.
Joker is this year's frontrunner with a whopping 11 nominations, while The Irishman and Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood are close behind with 10 nods each.
The supervillain origin story, which stars Joaquin Phoenix and is directed by Todd Phillips, looks set to dominate on the night, and will compete for Best Film alongside Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino's latest films, as well as 1917, and Parasite.
Focused on how the Clown Prince Of Crime came to be, the box-office hit also earned nods in the categories for Best Director, Leading Actor, Adapted Screenplay, Editing, Production