The Oscar goes to ..... (2011)

03/01/2011 11:09:00

'King's Speech' reigns with best-picture Oscar

“The King’s Speech,” the period drama about King George VI of Britain and his vocal coach, won best picture and three othertrophiesat the 83rd Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday night.

Colin Firth asstammeringBritish ruler George VI in "The King's Speech" earned the best-actor prize Sunday, while Natalie Portman won best actress as adelusionalballerinain "Black Swan."

"I have a feeling my career has justpeak," Firth said. "I'm afraid I have to warn you that I'mexperiencingstirringssomewhere in the upperabdominalwhich are threatening to form themselves into dance moves."

"Thank you so much. This isinsane, and I truly,sincerelywish that the prize tonight was to get to work with myfellownominee. I'm so in awe of you," Portman said.

Network censorsbleepedLeo for dropping the F-word during her speech. Backstage, she jokinglyconcededit was "probablya veryinappropriateplace to use that particular word."

"Those words, I apologize to anyone that theyoffend. There is a great deal of the English language that is in myvernacular," Leo said.

Bale joked that he was keeping his language clean. "I'm not going to drop the F-bomb like she did," he said. "I've done thatplenty of timesbefore."

Here are some of the winners

Best Picture: 'The King’s Speech'

Best Actor: Colin Firth - 'The King’s Speech'

Best Actress: Natalie Portman - 'Black Swan'

Best Director: Tom Hooper 'The King’s Speech'

Actor in a Supporting Role: Christian Bale in “The Fighter”

Actress in a Supporting Role: Melissa Leo in “The Fighter”

Animated Feature Film: “Toy Story 3” Lee Unkrich

Foreign Language Film: “In a Better World” Denmark

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