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  M.   January 10, 2011

LONDON — BAFTA unveiled its nominees for the Rising Star award Monday, with Gemma Arterton, Tom Hardy, Andrew Garfield, Aaron Johnson and Emma Stone all up for the accolade.

Former Bond girl Arterton, who starred in Stephen Frears’ “Tamara Drewe” last year, also made the longlist of BAFTA noms in the best actress category, announced on Friday. Thesp also has featured in studio fare such as Warner Bros.’ “Clash of the Titans” and Disney’s “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time.” She is set to star in Michael Winterbottom’s big screen adaptation of Martin Amis’ novel “London Fields.”

Hardy, who featured in Christopher Nolan’s film “Inception,” which generated $823.6 million at the worldwide B.O., is shooting Working Title production “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy,” an adaptation of John Le Carre’s 1974 spy thriller tome.

Garfield, who received a Golden Globe nom for his perf in David Fincher’s “The Social Network,” was also seen last year in the Fox Searchlight pic “Never Let Me Go,” produced by Brit shingle DNA Films. Thesp recently landed the role of Peter Parker in the next Spiderman pic, skedded for a 2012 release through Sony.

Johnson ninja-kicked his way to the big screen this year with his perf in comicbook pic “Kick-Ass.” He also starred as the young John Lennon in Sam Taylor-Wood’s “Nowhere Boy,” and is in production on Irish drama “Albert Nobbs,” starring alongside “Alice in Wonderland” thesp Mia Wasikowska and Irish thesps Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Brendan Gleeson.

U.S.-born Stone, the only non-Brit up for the award, featured in last year’s “Easy A,” “Marmaduke” and “Movie 43.” She will also join Garfield in the newest edition of “Spiderman,” playing the role of Gwen Stacy.

Winner will be announced at the BAFTA awards on Feb. 13.