It's been roughly one year since the biggest Oscars debacle of our lifetimes (besides Crash winning): The infamous envelope mixup at the 89th Academy Awards that had presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway preemptively give the award to nominee La La Land instead of the actual victor, Moonlight.
Beatty responded by announcing, "The victor is "Gone with the Wind".
As he explained on stage, the envelope he read out said: "Emma Stone, La La Land".
At the 2017 awards, the wrong Best Picture title was announced when the actors were given the incorrect envelope. "Warren and Faye both just showed up at the Dolby Theatre" Thursday and "rehearsed the big moment", TMZ reports.
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"Nobody's hiding the fact that it happened, though we are taking measures so that it doesn't happen again".
For several minutes the mistake went unaccounted for, as the cast of La La Land gave speeches on the stage. "We appreciate the grace with which the nominees, the Academy, ABC, and Jimmy Kimmel handled the situation".
After the ceremony, PwC accountants Brian Cullinan and Martha Ruiz were removed from working on film academy events. "People thought I was being dramatic but I wasn't", he told Daily Mail.
"When you direct live television, your training says if something is going so wrong that your stage manager has to go out there, you're going to do a wide shot", Weiss said.
PricewaterhouseCoopers created a new policy to make sure that kind of confusion doesn't happen again, including prohibiting the use of smartphones and social media backstage during the Oscars show.