The BAFTAs took place today at London's Royal Opera House, and many awards season heavyweights ended up winning. Daniel Day-Lewis was crowned best actor for his role in Lincoln, and Anne Hathaway took home a best supporting actress honor for Les Misérables. The actor honours were rounded out by best supporting actor, Django Unchained's Christop Waltz, and best actress went to Amour's Emmanuelle Riva. Emmanuelle, 85, pulled off an upset over Jennifer Lawrence, who has won plenty of awards so far for Silver Linings Playbook. Ben Affleck celebrated his best picture, Argo, with producers George Clooney and Grant Heslov — check out the full list of 2013 BAFTA winners. Ben's wife, Jennifer Garner, was on hand to circulate in the press room with UK comedian and actor Simon Pegg as well.
Anne Hathaway, Daniel Day-Lewis and Argo Win Big at the BAFTAs