Dublin actress Slaine Kelly has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Rise of The Footsoilder 2.
The former Tudors actress received the nomination for the National Film Awards, taking place in London on March 31st.
Slaine is up against actresses including Helena Bonham Carter for her role in Suffragette, Olivia Colman in The Lobster, Naomie Harris in Spectre and Julie Walters in Brooklyn.
The Dublin star is being recognised for her role in the popular gangland drama, where she stars alongside Ricci Harnett and Luke Mably.
“I’m so shocked,” Slaine told Goss.ie.
“I don’t even know what to say, I’m really honoured to be nominated alongside such amazing actresses. Julie Walters is one of my favourite actresses so it’s amazing,” she said.
Other Irish stars nominated at the National Film Awards include Saoirse Ronan for Brooklyn, Michael Fassbender for Jobs as well as his role in Slow West, and Colin Farrell for his role in The Lobster.