- David Fincher is not out of this race, and if BAFTA wouldn't reward their own, then I think he still is the frontrunner for BD. That being said, The King's Speech seems to be locked and loaded for the big win.
- There will most likely not be a King's Speech sweep. Many are predicting it to go straight down the board, but I think the awards will be more dispersed this year. Inception and Alice in Wonderland stand to take some technical awards, and Editing and Cinematography could split as well with True Grit and The Social Network.
- Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush do well with the Brits. That combined with popularity of the film, means that if there is any chance of an upset in the Supporting categories it will come from this duo (I will also throw Hailee Steinfeld in as well, as she could easily take the prize).
- Natalie and Colin seem unstoppable at this point, but watch out for Annette.
Best Director - David Fincher "The Social Network"
Best Actor - Colin Firth "The King's Speech"
Best Actress - Natalie Portman "Black Swan"
Best British Film - The King's Speech
Best Supporting Actor - Geoffrey Rush "The King's Speech"
Best Supporting Actress - Helena Bonham Carter "The King's Speech"
Orange Rising Star Award - Tom Hardy
Best Original Screenplay - David Seidler "The King's Speech"
Best Adapted Screenplay - Aaron Sorkin "The Social Network"
Best Animated Feature - Toy Story 3
Best Debut by British Director/Writer/Producer - Chris Morris "Four Lions"
Best Film Not in the English Language - The Girl With the Dragon Tatoo
Best Editing - The Social Network
Best Cinematography - Roger Deakins "True Grit"
Best Original Score - Alexandre Desplat "The King's Speech"
Best Production Design - Inception
Best Costume Design - Alice in Wonderland
Best Makeup and Hair - Alice in Wonderland
Best Sound - Inception
Best Visual Effects - Inception
Best Short Film - Until the River Runs Red
Best Short Animation - Short Eagle Stag