Last night at the Academy Awards, audiences witnessed the most awkward moment in Oscar history: Somehow, the wrong film was announced for Best Picture. Evidently, presenters Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty were given a card that said “Emma Stone, La La Land” (she won Best Actress moments before), and in the confusion, thought La La Land had won Best Picture.
As the La La Land team began acceptance speeches, producer Jordan Horowitz was informed of the mistake, and took the mic to explain that Moonlight had actually won. Both of the teams behind the films handled the moment with graciousness and good senses of humor, despite all of the awkwardness and confusion playing out on live TV.
Host Jimmy Kimmel had the best reaction though: He blamed Steve Harvey.
The new, action-heavy trailer for Disney/Pixar’s Cars 3 shows that you don’t have to be a kid to enjoy the latest installment in the franchise. And, with themes like aging, millennial entitlement and cultural changes, it also looks like the heaviest Cars movie to date.
The 2017 Academy Awards are coming up this weekend. And to get you ready, the internet geniuses at Burger Fiction created a supercut of every film to win the most coveted Oscar: best picture. The video starts with the first ever winner, 1927's Wings, and goes all the way up through this year's nominees.
Because you have to do your homework before show starts this Sunday: