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It was a tough battle but Eddie Redmayne came out on top with a gong for Best Actor at the 87th Academy Awards after going head to head with Benedict Cumberbatch, Steve Carrell, Bradley Cooper and Michael Keaton.
Redmayne, 33, scooped up the coveted award for his critically acclaimed portrayal of Stephen Hawking in 'The Theory of Everything'.
Meanwhile, Julianne Moore gave an emotional speech after beating Redmayne's co-star Felicity Jones to the win the prize for Best Actress following her powerful portrayal of an Alzheimer’s sufferer in 'Still Alice.' The win would have been even more special for the red-headed beauty after missing out on the accolade four times before.
'Birdman' was the overall big winner of the night taking home the award for Best Picture and three other awards for cinematography, Best Original Screenplay and Best Director.
Eddie Redmayne (pictured) picks up the gong for Best Actor
Marion Cotillard, 'Two Days, One Night'
Felicity Jones, 'The Theory of Everything'
Julianne Moore, 'Still Alice' (*WINNER)
Rosamund Pike, 'Gone Girl'
Reese Witherspoon, 'Wild'
'The Grand Budapest Hotel'
'The Imitation Game'
'The Theory of Everything'
Wes Anderson, 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'
Alejandro González Iñárritu, "Birdman" (*WINNER)
Richard Linklater, 'Boyhood'
Bennett Miller, 'Foxcatcher'
Morten Tyldum, 'The Imitation Game'
Julianne Moore (pictured) picks up her award for Best Actress
Patricia Arquette, 'Boyhood' (*WINNER)
Laura Dern, 'Wild'
Keira Knightley, 'The Imitation Game'
Emma Stone, 'Birdman'
Meryl Streep, 'Into the Woods'
Robert Duvall, 'The Judge'
Ethan Hawke, 'Boyhood'
Edward Norton, 'Birdman'
Mark Ruffalo, 'Foxcatcher'
J.K. Simmons, 'Whiplash' (*WINNER)
Paul Thomas Anderson, 'Inherent Vice'
Damien Chazelle, 'Whiplash'
Jason Hall, 'American Sniper'
Anthony McCarten, 'The Theory of Everything'
Graham Moore, 'The Imitation Game' (*WINNER)
Wes Anderson and Hugo Guinness, 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'
Dan Futterman and E. Max Frye, 'Foxcatcher'
Dan Gilroy, 'Nightcrawler'
Alejandro González Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris and Armando Bo, 'Birdman' (*WINNER)
Richard Linklater, 'Boyhood'
The losers at this year's Oscar's may shed a tear or two, but it won't be long until their frown is turned upside down after being compensated with THOUSANDS of pounds worth of goodies. From cars and expensive jewellery to exclusive holidays.
The swag bag, which is the most indulgent ever, includes a three-night stay at a resort in Tuscany valued at $1,500 and a luxurious train ride through the Canadian Rockies valued at $14,500.
Stars will also make sure their red carpet glow stays in tact with the French Mediterranean sea salts they'll be treated to worth $1,500 and get plenty of rest after the busy awards season with a 'glamping' trip valued at $12,500.
Let's just say we wouldn't mind being on the loser list!
Dream analysis and horoscope ($20,000)
Lifestyle makeover ($14,200)
Three-night break in Tuscany ($1,500)
Train ride through Canadian Rockies ($14,500)
French Mediterranean sea salts ($1,500)
Customised silver necklace inscribed with the latitude and longitude co-ordinates of the Dolby Theatre ($150)
Glamping trip ($12,500)
Candy and dessert buffet voucher ($800)
Haze vaporizer ($250) A Sex Toy ($250)
Wellness 360 gift pack ($1,200)
A year's car rental ($20,000)
Luxury condoms ($56)