The British Academy of Film and Television Los Angeles held its annual Britannia Awards on Saturday, Nov. 10, honoring the greatest achievers in film, including actors, producers, directors and even the companies that have worked hard to advance entertainment.
The event was hosted by British comedian Rob Brydon, and the honorees included George Clooney, Sacha Baron Cohen, Benedict Cumberbatch, Idris Elba and Ben Kingsley.
When asked about the honor of the Britannia award, the 52-year-old Gravity star confessed, "It's nice. I get to see Julia [Roberts] who I haven't seen in a while, and a bunch of other friends. It will be fun to see some people. You know, it's always a little embarrassing, these things, but it's nice."
Clooney is the man of the hour. Aside from his critically acclaimed performance in Gravity, he's also the producer of the upcoming potential Oscar contender August: Osage County.
When you're Clooney, awards and nominations seem to come easy. So where does he keep all these honors?
"I have a room," Clooney, 52, joked. "I keep all of the stuff in that room."
He added, jokingly, "I sleep in that room."
Check out the video for more from the BAFTA LA Britannia Awards red carpet, including an interview with Pacific Rim star Idris Elba, Ender's Game's Ben Kingsley and a slew of other celebrities.