2016 BAFTA Nominees: Alicia Vikander Earns 2, 'Carol' and 'Bridge of Spies' Lead

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Alicia Vikander has joined an exclusive club of double acting nominees with a Best Actress in a Leading Role nomination for The Danish Girl and a Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Ex Machina. The recognition comes after a breakout year for the actress. In addition to the two films, Vikander appeared in The Man From U.N.C.L.E. and Burnt in 2015. This year only promises to get bigger for the 27-year-old actress, who is set to appear opposite rumored boyfriend Michael Fassbender in The Light Between Oceans and the latest Bourne film with Matt Damon. MORE: From Gal Gadot to 'Ghostbusters,' Here's Everything That's Going to Be Big in 2016 Previous double acting nominees include Kate Winslet and Cate Blanchett -- both up for awards this year -- among others. Blanchett has plenty reason to celebrate as well. Her stylish relationship drama, Carol, tied Steven Spielberg’s Cold War thriller, Bridge of Spies, for the most nominations with nine each. The two films face off in most of the major awards including Best Film and Best Director. The winners will be announced during a ceremony hosted by Stephen Fry on Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016.  Check out a full list of nominees below: 
Best filmThe Big ShortBridge of SpiesCarolThe RevenantSpotlightOutstanding British film45 YearsAmyBrooklynThe Danish GirlEx MachinaThe LobsterActor Bryan Cranston - Trumbo Matt Damon - The Martian Leonardo DiCaprio - The Revenant Michael Fassbender - Steve Jobs Eddie Redmayne - The Danish GirlActress Cate Blanchett - Carol Brie Larson - Room Saoirse Ronan - Brooklyn Maggie Smith - The Lady in the Van Alicia Vikander - The Danish GirlSupporting actor Christian Bale - The Big Short Benicio del Toro - Sicario Idris Elba - Beasts of No Nation Mark Ruffalo - Spotlight Mark Rylance - Bridge of SpiesSupporting actress Jennifer Jason Leigh - The Hateful Eight Rooney Mara - Carol Alicia Vikander - Ex Machina Julie Walters - Brooklyn Kate Winslet - Steve JobsDirector Todd Haynes - Carol Alejandro G Inarritu - The Revenant Adam McKay - The Big Short Ridley Scott - The Martian Steven Spielberg - Bridge of SpiesAdapted screenplayThe Big ShortBrooklynCarolRoomSteve JobsOriginal screenplayBridge of SpiesEx MachinaThe Hateful EightInside OutSpotlightAnimated filmInside OutMinionsShaun the Sheep MovieDocumentaryAmyCartel LandHe Named Me MalalaListen to Me MarlonSherpaForeign filmThe AssassinForce MajeureTheebTimbuktuWild TalesCinematographyBridge of SpiesCarolMad Max: Fury RoadThe RevenantSicarioCostume designBrooklynCarolCinderellaThe Danish GirlMad Max: Fury RoadEditingThe Big ShortBridge of SpiesMad Max: Fury RoadThe MartianThe RevenantMake-up and hairBrooklynCarolThe Danish GirlMad Max: Fury RoadThe RevenantMusicBridge of SpiesThe Hateful EightThe RevenantSicarioStar Wars: The Force AwakensProduction designBridge of SpiesCarolMad Max: Fury RoadThe MartianStar Wars: The Force AwakensSoundBridge of SpiesMad Max: Fury RoadThe MartianThe RevenantStar Wars: The Force AwakensVisual effectsAnt-ManEx MachinaMad Max: Fury RoadThe MartianStar Wars: The Force AwakensBritish short animationEdmondManomanPrologueBritish short filmElephantMining Poems or OdesOperatorOverSamuel-613Outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer Alex Garland (director) - Ex Machina Debbie Tucker Green (writer/director) - Second Coming Naji Abu Nowar (writer/director) & Rupert Lloyd (producer) - Theeb Sean McAllister (director/producer) & Elhum Shakerifar (producer) - A Syrian Love Story Stephen Fingleton (writer/director) - The SurvivalistRising Star award John Boyega Taron Egerton Dakota Johnson Brie Larson Bel Powley