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Judi Dench and Robert Downey Jr. honored.

7:17am IST - 01:20

Oct. 31 - The latest celebrity news including Judi Dench and Robert Downey Jr. honored at BAFTA's. John Russell reports.

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Dame Judi Dench led a short list of film industry heavyweights were honored in Beverly Hills on Thursday (October 30) at The Britannia Awards hosted by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Los Angeles. Dench was honored for her Worldwide Contribution to Entertainment at the gala ceremony. She is best known for her iconic role as M in the James Bond movie series. Robert Downey Jr. was also among the evenings honorees. The actor has been also been confirmed by Marvel Studios to continue his role as Iron Man in the third "Captain America." More concern for Amanda Bynes after getting a release from a psychiatric center where she was being treated at. Afterwards, the 29-year-old former Disney star was reportedly seen in roaming the streets of Hollywood looking for a place to stay, according to TMZ. The online celebrity site also reported that Bynes was a no show for court date on Friday where she was seeking an order to end her parents' conservatorship, which the judge ruled to keep in place. Robin Thicke who's in the middle of a divorce with Paula Patton, is headed to court, that's a after a judge ruled in favor of Marvin Gaye's family, ruling that the singer's hit "Blurred Lines" showed enough similarities to "Gaye's" song "Got to Give it Up" to warrant a trial. Thicke and co-defendant and producer Pharrell Williams will have another opportunity to make their argument when the case heads to trial in February.

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Judi Dench and Robert Downey Jr. honored.

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