Colin Firth

The King's Speech won four Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor, while Inception also snagged four at Sunday's 83rd annual Academy Awards.

Colin Firth, who played the stammering King George VI, took the Best Actor prize for his portrayal. "I have a feeling my career's just peaked," he joked onstage.

Natalie Portman was named Best Actress for her performance as Black Swan's tortured ballerina. "This is insane, and I truly, sincerely wish that the prize tonight was to get to work with my fellow nominees. I'm so in awe of you," said the mother-to-be, who also thanked fiancé Benjamin Millepied.

Tom Hooper pulled what some saw as an upset — over The Social Network's David Fincher — by taking the Best Director award, and David Seidler won Best Original Screenplay for The King's Speech.

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Inception won for Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects, Best Sound Mixing and Best Sound Editing.

The Social Network took home three statuettes, including Aaron Sorkin for Best Adapted Screenplay. "This movie is going to be a source of pride for me for every day of the rest of my life," Sorkin said.

The film also grabbed Best Original Score and Best Film Editing. But The Social Network's loss to The King's Speech marks the first time the pick of the National Board of Review, New York Film Critics Circle and Golden Globes lost Best Picture.

The Fighter clinched two acting races, with Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor wins for Melissa Leo and Christian Bale, respectively. Leo was censored onstage during her acceptance speech. "When I watched Kate [Winslet] two years ago, it looked so f---ing easy," she said.

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Bale poked fun at his co-star's foul language. "I'm not going to drop the F-bomb like she did. I've done that plenty before," Bale said, referring to his infamous expletive-filled rant from the set of Terminator Salvation.

Bale's and Leo's victories represent the first time that both supporting awards have gone to the same film since Michael Caine and Dianne Wiest won for Hannah and Her Sisters in 1987.

True Grit, which earned 10 nominations, walked away empty-handed.

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The full list of winners:

PICTURE:
The King's Speech

DIRECTOR:
Tom Hooper, The King's Speech

LEAD ACTOR:
Colin Firth, The King's Speech

LEAD ACTRESS:
Natalie Portman, Black Swan

SUPPORTING ACTOR:
Christian Bale, The Fighter

SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
Melissa Leo, The Fighter

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY:
Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY:
David Seidler, The King's Speech
 
ANIMATED FEATURE:
Toy Story 3

ART DIRECTION:
Alice in Wonderland

CINEMATOGRAPHY:
Inception

COSTUME DESIGN:
Alice in Wonderland

DOCUMENTARY FEATURE:
Inside Job

DOCUMENTARY SHORT:
Strangers No More

FILM EDITING:
The Social Network

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM:
In a Better World (Denmark)

MAKEUP:
The Wolfman

ORIGINAL SCORE:
The Social Network

ORIGINAL SONG:
"We Belong Together," Toy Story 3

SHORT FILM (ANIMATED):

The Lost Thing


SHORT FILM (LIVE ACTION):
God of Love

SOUND EDITING:
Inception

SOUND MIXING:
Inception

VISUAL EFFECTS:
Inception