Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty get to redeem themselves at the Oscars

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Expect the host to either make lots of jokes about last year's Best Picture fiasco (when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway inadvertently announced the wrong film) or just one joke about how he's not going to joke about it. Realising the mistake too late, La La Land producer Jordan Horowitz then had to awkwardly hand over the award on stage - in front of the shocked crowd. He also revealed that previous year the Academy asked him ahead of time if he wanted to do a comedy bit with the accountants and he said no, but the accountants "did comedy on their own".

Mexican director Guillermo del Toro accepts the Oscar for Best Film for "The Shape of Water" from Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty during the 90th Annual Academy Awards show on March 4, 2018 in Hollywood, California. "La La Land." Of course, we all know that Beatty handed Dunaway the wrong envelope because the real victor was "Moonlight".

Cullinan and Martha Ruiz will not be returning to carry the ballots this year. When Beatty hesitated to announce the victor, visibly confused by the contents on the card, Dunaway read off La La Land as best picture.

The 2017 Best Picture gaffe instantly became one of the most iconic Oscar moments in history.

Last year, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty were the talk of the Oscars ... but not for the right reason.

Otherwise, as Beatty and Dunaway can attest, anything can happen during film's version of the Super Bowl.

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After being handed the wrong envelope, which contained the name of La La Land's Emma Stone for best actress, Dunaway and Beatty were unsure of who to announce onstage.

On his 14th nomination, Roger Deakins, left, won his first Oscar for best cinematography for "Blade Runner 2049".

Also, you can like CarterMatt on Facebook in the event you want to get some other news when it comes to the Oscars right now. "Because past year we had a thing", he joked.

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