Boyhood and Linklater head the betting for Bafta success
Boyhood is the 2-5 favourite with bookmaker Coral to be crowned Best Film at next month’s Bafta Film Awards ceremony, with the film’s director Richard Linklater 2-7 favourite to win the Director category, after the nominations for this year’s awards were unveiled today.
British star Eddie Redmayne is 4-5 favourite to triumph as Best Actor for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in The Theory Of Everything, while Julianne Moore is red-hot 1-6 favourite to win Best Actress.
“There is a strong British representation among the nominations for this year’s Bafta film awards, although the odds suggest the home team may be up against an extremely strong rival in Richard Linklater’s Boyhood,” said Coral’s David Stevens.
2015 Baftas – Coral betting
2-5 Boyhood, 11-2 The Imitation Game, 8-1 Birdman, 9-1 The Theory Of Everything, 10-1 The Grand Budapest Hotel
2-7 Richard Linklater, 4-1 Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, 12-1 Wes Anderson, 16-1 James Marsh, Damien Chazelle
4-5 Eddie Redmayne, 6-4 Michael Keaton, 13-2 Benedict Cumberbatch, 16-1 Ralph Fiennes, 33-1 Jake Gyllenhaal
1-6 Julianne Moore, 7-1 Reese Witherspoon, 12-1 Felicity Jones, 16-1 Amy Adams, 18-1 Rosamund Pike
**Best Supporting Actor
1-5 JK Simmons, 6-1 Steve Carell, 8-1 Edward Norton, 16-1 Ruffalo, 33-1 Ethan Hawke
**Best Supporting Actress
1-8 Patricia Arquette, 8-1 Emma Stone, 10-1 Keira Knightley, 20-1 Rene Russo, 25-1 Imelda Staunton
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