The newlyweds stepped out at the premiere of Jamie‘s movie Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool on Tuesday night (September 12) in Toronto, Canada.
The film tells the true story of actress Gloria Grahame, who begins a relationship with young actor Peter Turner.
Earlier in the week, Kate and Jamie attended the premiere of Kate‘s film Chappaquiddick.
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Woody Allen gives his longtime friend Diane Keaton a hug while honoring her at the American Film Institute’s 2017 Life Achievement Award Gala Tribute on Thursday (June 8) at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.
Diane had support from a legendary group of friends at the event, including Meryl Streep, Morgan Freeman, Al Pacino, Warren Beatty, Martin Short, Jane Fonda, Steve Martin, Candice Bergen, Sidney Poitier, George Stevens Jr., Richard Dreyfuss, and many more.
Woody called Diane a “woman who is great at everything,” but he also roasted her and joked about her she has been with the “most charismatic men in Hollywood and they always dumped her.” He of course directed her in the movie Annie Hall, which won her an Oscar.
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The legendary actor was asked by the Associated Press to comment on the situation and he declined to speak about it.
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It appears that Warren Beatty was handed the wrong envelope before he walked on stage with Faye Dunaway to announce the Best Picture winner at the 2017 Academy Awards held at the Dolby Theatre on Sunday (February 26) in Hollywood.
This lead to what has to be the most confusing moment in Oscar history: The wrong movie being called as the winner.
Many people are wondering why there is more than one envelope for each category.
Here is the reason:
There is a company called PwC in charge of protecting the envelopes and ensuring that the right envelopes get delivered to the right people.
“From a security perspective, we double up everything,” Brian Cullinan of PricewaterhouseCoopersexplained. “That’s why there’s two of us. We have two briefcases, that are identical, and we have two entire sets of winning envelopes. Martha [L. Ruiz] carries one of those briefcases, I carry the other.”
He continued, “We go to the show separately with police escorts. I used to think it was for our security, it’s really for the briefcase [laughs]. We take different routes to get there just because of the kinds of things that can happen in L.A. traffic. We want to make sure that no matter what happens, one of us gets there. We’ve never really had a problem with that.”
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What happened was: Faye and Warren Beatty presented the award for Best Picture to La La Land, but really, the winner was supposed to be Moonlight. It turns out that Warren read the card for Best Actress (which went to Emma Stone for La La Land). So, fans are wondering why Warren and Faye didn’t question the writing on the card.
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If you take a close look at what was happening in the background as La La Land producer Marc Platt was accepting the award for Best Picture at the 2017 Oscars, you’ll notice the show’s producers scrambling to make sure the real winner was announced.
Jordan Horowitz, one of the musical’s producers, ended up going to the microphone to announce that Moonlight was the rightful winner after the big mix-up.
Watch the moment happen in the video below and make sure to look closely in the background!
— Enda Conway (@EndaConway) February 27, 2017
The envelope that the legendary actor was holding on stage while he and Faye Dunaway announced the winner for Best Picture said, “Actress in a Leading Role.”
When Warren opened the envelope, he looked confused as it said “Emma Stone, La La Land” as the winner. He looked in the envelope to see if there was another card and when he showed the card to Faye, she announced La La Land as the winner.
You can clearly see in the photo below that the envelope did not say Best Picture!
Make sure to watch Warren explain what happened!
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