Excuse me while I just go and imagine having a tiny Scarlett Johansson in my underpants.
Thank you for your email.So there you have it: incontrovertible proof that this blog alone has helped to usher in a new dawn in broadcasting. Now if someone reading this knows BBC Director General Mark Thompson, perhaps you could point him in the direction of The Incredible Suit and we could seal this deal. Just make sure you take out the swears first please.
We are exploring the possibility of moving to a live show with the BBC in 2013 and are keen to make this happen. We will share your feedback with the BBC when we meet with them.
This year’s show was 2 hours 40 minutes which is longer than ever before. We place great importance on the technical categories and the craft of film making but unfortunately some tough editing decisions had to be made to fit into the 2 hour slot on BBC One.
The categories that were not broadcast are available to view on www.bafta.org alongside a number of craft-based webcasts from leading film practitioners.
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"Like everyone else, I have my own personal relationship with Bond which began when I was I suppose about nine or ten years old."Now that's not a declaration of artistic intent, that's a witness statement. Fortunately Mendes seems to be getting his own back on Bond - watch his videblogothing from 0'55" to 0'59" and you can just make out Daniel Craig on the other side of the camera walking with a discernible limp. Looks like Sam's given the dirty old man a good hard knee in the happy sacks for his past indiscretions.
When Hulk Hogan tries to take over space, Beaker defeats him by tearing his stupid fucking hair out at the roots, breaking every single bone in his body (including the tiny ones in his ears) and turning him into a giant Muppet by disembowelling him and shoving Frank Oz's arm so far up his rectum that it's hard to tell which hairs belong to Oz's armpit and which belong to Hogan's arse.Here are some stills from the film: