Allison Janney and Bryan Cranston celebrated Janney’s BAFTA win last night on the red carpet.


The actress, 58, won the award for Best Supporting Actress for her work in I, Tonya. Cranston, 61, presented her with the award on stage on Sunday in London. The pair met up after the show and shared a laugh on the red carpet, as Janney held her BAFTA statue for photos.

Cranston had some fun of his own, as he joked with reporters by holding up his phone as if it were a trophy. In an unplanned moment, the actor hit the home button, revealing his screen, which showed a text message, missed call and calendar alert. Luckily for him, nothing scandalous was on screen, but he shared some laughs with the photographers.

The text and call were from Brad Furman, who worked on 2016 movie The Infiltrator with Cranston, asking how his trip to London was going and asking him to call him back. The alert was set up for the BAFTA event, telling how long the travel time would be to get there.


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