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UFC 209 is all set to pop off this weekend (Sat., March 4, 2017) from inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, as Tyron Woodley defends his welterweight title against Stephen Thompson for the second time in five months after fighting...Show More Summary
Donald Trump thinks the Oscars spent too much time focusing on politics, and that’s the real cause of the La La Land and Moonlight mix-up at the end. “I think they were focused so hard on politics that they didn’t get the act together at the end,” Trump said (via Breitbart News). “It was a [...]
Donald Trump has an explanation for Sunday night’s Oscar flub that is straight out of la la land. The president claims the organizers spent too much time focusing on attacking him rather than working on getting the details of the show...Show More Summary
The 2017 Oscars are going down in history!! As we previously reported, La La Land was mistakenly awarded Best Picture instead of Moonlight on Sunday night, and jaws hit the ground. If you're still shook over the major mix-up that went down on stage, you're not the only one! So, we compiled all the times the wrong [...]
Three New York Times critics share their reactions to the wrong best picture being announced at the awards show.
Veteran Los Angeles Times photographer Al Seib was perched stage right at the Oscars on Sunday night when “Moonlight” was revealed as the winner for best picture, not the previously announced “La La Land.” As jaws dropped, Seib shot and captured the photo that instantly became a viral hit. ...
Last night’s Oscar bizarreness was not just bizarre but bizarre in a way that is typical of this entirely bizarre time. The rhythm of the yes-they-won-oh-my-God-no-they-didn’t event, with “La La Land” replaced by “Moonlight” as Best Picture, was weirdly like that of... Show More Summary
A piece of tragic history is up for sale — the BMW rapper Tupac Shakur was killed in is selling for $1.5 million. Shakur died 20 years ago after being shot four times while the BMW was stopped at a red light in Las Vegas, Nevada. AtShow More Summary
On Sunday night, perhaps the biggest awards show mistake ever was made at the 89th annual Academy Awards when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway mistakenly announced "La La Land" as the best picture winner, when the winner was actually "Moonlight." Everybody makes mistakes, even celebrities at tightly orchestrated awards shows. Show More Summary
The Academy Awards is usually Hollywood's most dignified celebration, but everyone makes mistakes sometimes. This year, the wrong film was awarded best picture - momentarily, at least. La La Land's filmmakers got halfway through their acceptance speech when it was revealed that Moonlight was the real winner. Show More Summary
Just in time for Mardi Gras Mardi Gras takes place on Feb. 28, kicking off Lent, which starts on Ash Wednesday. In order to help celebrate the meant to be all about indulgence, Eater Vegas rounded up some of the best places to dig into Creole cuisine. Show More Summary
We'll never forget the historic mistake made at the Oscars with that whole La La Land/Moonlight fiasco. However, the Best Picture mix-up of 2017 wasn't the first time the wrong winner was announced at the Academy Awards! The Academy made a similar blunder in 1964 during the Best Music Score category, but presenter Sammy Davis Jr. handled [...]
The biggest story to come out of the Oscars this year is undoubtedly the fact that presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway called out the wrong best picture winner. Initially they said La La Land had won the honor, but the real winner was Moonlight. Show More Summary
Billy Eichner is the greatest oracle of our time. After the already notorious Oscars mix-up, in which La La Land was accidentally announced as the Best Picture winner instead of Moonlight, the Difficult People star quipped on Twitter...Show More Summary
Terrell Owens has said repeatedly this month he doesn’t care about the Pro Football Hall of Fame, though he sure spends a lot of time talking about it. Owens was surprisingly left out of the Hall of Fame’s 2017 class, despite career statistics that clearly indicate he should be in. Show More Summary
Think the Oscars getting the Best Picture winner wrong was controversial? Okay, it was. Big time. But Demi Lovato found herself in some hot water as well on Sunday, for reasons not related to either La La Land or Moonlight. The singer (who did attend a post-Academy Awards party sponsored by Vanity Fair... Show More Summary
This article originally appeared in Vulture. In La La Land, Emma Stone’s character is confronted with a terrifying sight. Every time she walks into an audition, she’s surrounded by an intimidating array of other redheads, all waiting to read for the same role. Show More Summary
Last night, viewers witnessed one of the greatest awards show fuck-ups of all time. After accidentally announcing that La La Land had won Best Picture, producers for the Academy Awards came out and explained that it was all a big mistake. Moonlight had actually won. It was awkward, to say the least. But it’s bringing… Read more...
Everything that happened at the 89th Academy Awards on Sunday night, everything that went down, evaporated in one second on Monday morning, Eastern Time. It evaporated with this close up of La La Land producer Jordan Horowitz’s hand:...Show More Summary