Anne Hathaway and James Franco are hosting the Oscars this Sunday, and while they're hoping to get a few laughs, they won't be going the Ricky Gervais route. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Hathaway revealed why she won't be heckling her fellow Hollywood heavyweights.

"I can guarantee that if you're looking for someone to call people out, we're not your hosts," Hathaway said. "I think that humor is really difficult to pull off, and I'm not particularly adept at it. I wouldn't feel comfortable doing it. Also, I don't mean to sound overly serious, but I am the youngest host in history and I have no business being cynical or calling anyone out. I certainly haven't earned the right to do that."

The 'Love and Other Drugs' actress also confessed that she and Franco didn't have to come up with the jokes for the big night. "The show was pretty much laid out when we were asked. We were given a presentation. So we knew the concept behind the show and what the moving parts would be. We're not writing the jokes or the scenarios, but we are collaborating with the writers to figure out what fits," Hathaway said.