| Updated at: 0747 PST, Monday, February 28, 2011|
HOLLYWOOD: The stars were out in full force at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood Sunday night for the 83rd Annual Academy Awards.
Anne Hathaway and James Franco were the youngest presenters ever in the show's history in the hope that they would bring a new energy and a more youthful demographic to the Entertainment Industry's biggest night.
Hathaway and Franco kicked off the night with a montage of the nominated Best Movies before introducing Anne's mom and Franco's grandma to the audience.
Melissa Leo won the best supporting actress Oscar for playing the fiery mother of troubled Irish-American boxing brothers in "The Fighter."
"Toy Story 3," the third instalment of the family-friendly franchise, won best animated film Oscar.
Danish film "In a Better World," a hard-hitting drama about a doctor's family, won the best foreign language film Oscar.
Britain's Christian Bale won the best supporting actor Oscar for his role as a former boxer brought down by drug addiction in "The Fighter." (AFP)