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2011 Kids' Choice Awards Winners in Movie: Johnny Depp and 'The Karate Kid'

April 4, 2011 (12:32 am) GMT
The 'Alice in Wonderland' star snatches the first kudo presented at the show, while the action drama movie takes home two prizes.

must have had a good time at the 2011Kids' Choice Awards. Attending the show on Saturday, April 2, the big Hollywood actor grabbed the first award presented that night; Favorite Movie Actor which he won through his role in "".

Depp admitted it was "truly a pleasure to receive this award that comes from you guys. I appreciate it." After finishing his speech, he slimed the audience in front of the stage with green mess.

"" won big, taking the coveted Favorite Movie kudo. It took home another gong for Favorite Butt Kicker which was given to 's on-screen mentor .

The final award that night went to for Favorite Movie Actress. She thanked her "" co-star as well as real-life on- and off- beau for "helping me make movie magic".

got Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie prize for voicing Donkey in "". He accepted the kudo as a gift on his 50th birthday, and asked audience to serenade him a Happy Birthday. The fourth installment of "Shrek" series, however, lost to "" in Favorite Animated Movie category.

There were other winners in music, TV and other categories at the annual prize-giving event which took place at the USC Galen Center in Los Angeles. hosted the show with musical performances by and among others.



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