Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway Get Second Chance To Present 'Best Picture'

Dunaway and Beatty had been handed the incorrect envelope.

It turned out that Beatty and Dunaway had been given an envelope containing the name of "La La Land" star Emma Stone, the victor for Best Actress.

That's right folks, Hollywood legends Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty are making their Oscars comeback after things got a bit bloody awkward during the best picture presentation at last year's Academy Awards ceremony. And the poor presenters, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, received the brunt of the blame.

We hope you've recovered from that terrible Oscar's Best Picture drama of a year ago because the Academy has recreated the ideal set-up for it to happen again.

The Academy is apparently going to give Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway a second chance at presenting the biggest prize of the night at the annual Academy Awards.

"There's been a mistake".

Showing her sense of humor, the actress actually wore the same glamorous blue Esteban Cortazar dress to present Best Picture this year as she wore on the red carpet of last year's Oscars.

One of its accountants, Brian Cullinan, was caught posting a photo of Stone to Twitter moments before handing over the wrong envelope.

"I want to tell you what happened".

After the show, many people zoomed in on the envelope to figure out how did it all go down. Hollywood found the mix-up so outrageous that the act was dubbed "envelopegate".

The legendary actress is opening up about last year's infamous mistake. "What happened a year ago was so much Waterhouse under the bridge".

Beatty was masterful and poised in a situation you could neverprepare for.

In an aside about the pay disparity between Mark Walhberg and Michelle Williams for "All the Money in the World" reshoots, Kimmel said upon discovering that both actors were represented by the same talent agency that, "This one shook me". But the best trips down memory lane were getting big names such as Rita Moreno and Christopher Walken to present awards. And new Academy president John Bailey hinted that the ceremony would be addressing what became the most talked-about moment of last year's show.

  • Salvatore Jensen