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It’s already widely considered the most unforgettable moment in Oscars history. Now, new footage shows an inside perspective of what went down at the 2017 Academy Awards when “La La Land” was mistakenly announced Best Picture over actual winner “Moonlight.” How did presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway end up with the wrong envelope in […]
New pictures emerged Wednesday from backstage at the Oscars, showing the sequence leading up to the biggest flub in Academy Awards history — when “La La Land” was accidentally named Best Picture, instead of true winner “Moonlight.”