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  1. In Defense of Warren Beatty at the Oscars

    6:00 am 2/28/2017

    Beatty was not the culprit in Sunday's best picture fiasco, though many were quick to jump on him in an ageist rush to judgment. Read more

  2. Oscars: Patricia Arquette Angry at Sister Alexis' "In Memoriam" Omission

    3:53 am 2/28/2017

    "I was really pissed off," the Academy Award-winning actress told ABC News. Read more

  3. Late-Night Hosts Joke About the Oscars Mix-up

    8:48 pm 2/27/2017

    "That is so uncomfortable to watch," Stephen Colbert joked. "It's like watching 'Titanic,' except 'Titanic' actually won best picture."Read more

  4. Jimmy Kimmel Recaps Oscars Snafu: "Clyde Threw Bonnie Under the Bus!"

    8:09 pm 2/27/2017

    Kimmel was sitting next to Matt Damon when the on-stage commotion occured, and Damon told the host he heard the stage manager say they got the winner wrong. Read more

  5. Oscars Accountants Offer Another Apology as Academy Launches Investigation of Snafu

    7:02 pm 2/27/2017

    PricewaterhouseCoopers says, "Last night we failed the Academy."Read more

  6. Trump Says Oscars Blunder Occurred Because Everyone Was Too Focused on Him

    1:26 pm 2/27/2017

    "I’ve been to the Oscars. There was something very special missing, and then to end that way was sad,” the president said in an interview with Breitbart. Read more

  7. How Big of a Corporate Scandal Is PwC Facing After Oscars Flub?

    11:12 am 2/27/2017

    Accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers has overseen the Academy's ballot-counting process for 83 years.Read more

  8. 'Fantastic Beasts' Wins First Oscar for 'Harry Potter' Franchise

    9:36 am 2/27/2017

    The original eight films earned a collective 12 nominations but always went home empty-handed.Read more

  9. Oscars Poll: What Was the Most Memorable Moment From the 2017 Show (After Best Picture Flub)?

    8:56 am 2/27/2017

    Yes, there was that epic mistake that ended the ceremony. But there were other unforgettable highlights from Sunday's Academy Awards.Read more

  10. 'La La Land' Tops Nominees on Social Media Ahead of Oscars

    8:41 am 2/27/2017

    'Lion's' Nicole Kidman, 'La La Land's' Ryan Gosling, 'Florence Foster Jenkins' star Meryl Streep and 'Hell or High Water's' Jeff Bridges take the top rankings in their categories across platforms, according to MVPindex.Read more

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