Jimmy Kimmel will return to host the Oscars. He will reunite with producers Michael De Luca and Jennifer Todd
Emma Watson was filming Beauty And The Beast and she knew she'd have put in efforts in both films individually. "So scheduling conflict-wise, it just didn't work out"
Oscars 2017: Longtime Oscars stage manager Gary Natoli offered new details of how both accountants failed to prevent - and later, halt - the disaster that unfolded after Faye Dunaway mistakenly announced La La Land as the best picture winner
Oscars 2017: The wrong envelope was handed to best picture presenters Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty, and for nearly two excruciating minutes, La La Land was celebrated as the winner of cinema's most coveted prize - which rightfully belonged to Moonlight
Marisa Tomei's 1993 Oscar win was such a surprise that a bizarre conspiracy theory emerged. She was not affiliated with benighted movie. She won the best supporting actress Oscar only because presenter Jack Palance called the wrong name
Oscars 2017: "La La Land was somehow simultaneously the biggest winner and loser last night. You know it's a strange night when the word envelope is trending on Twitter," Jimmy Kimmel said
Oscars 2017: On Twitter, the hunt is on for Faye Dunaway, who actually read out La La Land's name from the card
Oscars 2017: Finally, about one minute and fifty seconds after Dunaway declared the wrong winner, two people appeared onscreen - a man wearing a headset, and Martha Ruiz, one of the PricewaterhouseCoopers partners who oversees the Oscars ballot process
There's only one thing people of the Internet love more than an absolutely epic mistake on live television - conspiracy theories about how it could have happened
La La Land actress Emma Stone said, "I was holding my Best Actress in a leading role card all the time. I don't mean to start stuff but whatever that story was, I had the card. So I'm not sure what happened"
Oscars 2017: "We sincerely apologize to Moonlight, La La Land, Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, and Oscar viewers for the error that was made during the award announcement for Best Picture," the company said in a statement
Oscars 2017: It all started as Dunaway's co-presenter, Warren Beatty, opened the envelope to read the winner for best picture. He looked confused, took a long pause, and then looked over at Dunaway, who clearly thought he was doing some sort of bit. "You're awful!" she said, as the crowd laughed nervously