Adele Receives BAFTA 2013 Nomination For James Bond Theme 'Skyfall'
9 January 2013, 11:15 | Updated: 9 January 2013, 11:31
The 'Someone Like You' star's track has got the nod in the Original Music category at next month's event.
Adele's hit single 'Skyfall' has helped the latest James Bond movie receive a nomination at the BAFTAs 2013.
The 'Rolling In The Deep' star penned the theme tune to the 007 movie and it was announced as one of the nominees in the Original Music category earlier today (9th January).
Other films up for the same award include Ben Affleck's Argo and upcoming political thriller Lincoln.
The 'Rumour Has It' singer's hit has become one of the most successful James Bond themes of all time and came close to becoming the first ever theme to hit the top of the charts when it was released in November.
James Bond 'Skyfall' is up for a total of eight nominations including Outstanding British Film and Best Supporting Actor for Javier Bardem.
'Skyfall' is also among the songs on an extended shortlist for the Best Original Song at this year's Academy Awards.
The full list of nominated films in the Original Music category are as follows:
- Anna Karenina
- Life of Pi
Meanwhile, Adele is also expected to make her first public appearance since giving birth last year at next month's Oscars.
The singer is expected to sing her hit 'Skyfall' during a special James Bond segment of the ceremony – celebrating 50 years of the 007 franchise.
The British Academy Film Awards 2013 will take place on 10th February in London.