The ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ actors announced ‘La La Land’ instead of ‘Moonlight,’ the correct winner.
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The spotlight is now on PricewaterhouseCoopers, which has overseen the Academy’s ballot-counting process for 83 years.
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‘La La Land’ producer Jordan Horowitz: “Something was wrong. I had to fix the situation.”
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Best picture went to ‘Moonlight’ over ‘La La Land’ in the strangest and most fascinating Oscars moment ever, showcasing the awesomeness of live television.
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The ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ actors had already announced that ‘La La Land’ had taken the top honor.
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Wrong best picture announcement, candy from the sky, and a Hollywood de-tour: a look at the most memorable moments from Sunday’s 89th Academy Awards.
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The 89th annual awards ceremony — hosted by Jimmy Kimmel — takes place at Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre on Feb. 26.
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“And the award for best Steve Harvey impersonation goes to Warren Beatty.”
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The Emmy-nominated actor died over the weekend at age 61.
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It’s unclear why Justin Timberlake opened the show, but it got the room in a good mood.
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