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You won't believe what this London theatre did to troll its audience!

You won't believe what this London theatre did to troll its audience!

London [U.K.], Mar. 2 : Remember the Best Picture fiasco at 2017 Academy Awards? A cinema in London, found a perfect way of encashing on it.

The Rio in Dalston, London reacted to the biggest screw-up in Oscar history by 'mistakenly' showing ' La La Land' in a screening of 'Moonlight', reports The Independent.

"It wasn't the actual feature film, but, a few seconds from a teaser trailer,' the Rio's duty manager told Time Out, adding, "we shut it down, then, and did a bit of fumbling to make it look like we made a mistake."

Oprah to run for President in 2020?

Oprah to run for President in 2020?

Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], Mar. 2 : Though, in the past, Oprah Winfrey has expressed she will never run for President, but, the 'recent events' may just have changed her mind.

The television mogul, in a recent interview at The David Rubenstein Show, said that the recent events have forced her to reconsider running for President one day, reports E! Online.

"I actually never considered the question even a possibility. I just thought, 'Oh!'," she said.

She continued, "Oh, gee, I don't have the experience, I don't know enough, I don't know.' And now I'm thinking.Oh!"

Oscars: PWC's top executive to meet Academy governors

Oscars: PWC's top executive to meet Academy governors

Los Angeles [U.S.A.], Mar. 2 : After what is considered to be the Academy Awards' biggest mistake, PricewaterhouseCoopers top executive has offered to meet every individual member of Academy governors.

Tim Ryan, the New York-based chairman and senior partner of Academy's longtime accounting firm PWC, will meet Academy governors to maintain the firm's 83-year-old relationship with the organisation, reports The Hollywood Reporter.

John Legend unveils 'La La Land' medley, post his Oscars performance

John Legend unveils 'La La Land' medley, post his Oscars performance

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 28 : After creating magic on the Oscars stage with his 'La La Land' performance, John Legend is set to treat the fans with something more.

After bringing 'City of Stars' to life at the 89th Academy Awards, Legend officially released his medley of 'Audition (The Fools Who Dream)' and the former track, reports Billboard.

Though the 38-year-old musician played the piano during his Oscars performance, the recorded version features ' La La Land's composer Justin Hurwitz, playing the keys.

Oscars s.n.a.f.u happened as they 'focused' more on me: Donald Trump

Oscars s.n.a.f.u happened as they 'focused' more on me: Donald Trump

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 28 : The world is still not clear about the Oscars s.n.a.f.u, but looks like the U.S President knows why it all happened.

The U.S. President feels Hollywood was too busy poking fun at him, instead of paying attention to the big night.

"I think they were focused so hard on politics that they didn't get the act together at the end," Breitbart News quoted Trump saying, in an exclusive interview.

Oscars-2017's 14 craziest moments

Oscars-2017's 14 craziest moments

Los Angeles [United States], Feb.27 : Here are the 14 craziest moments that were witnessed at this year's 89th Oscars:

What was behind the Oscars s.n.a.f.u?

What was behind the Oscars s.n.a.f.u?

New Delhi [India], Feb. 27 : We all are aware of the big mess up of the 89th Academy Awards night- 'La La Land' was announced the 'Best Film' by mistake, instead of 'Moonlight.'

Now, Emma Stone, who bagged the golden statuette in the 'Best Actress' category for 'La La Land,' shared some key information about the shocking 'Best Movie' mistake.

Negating the presenter Warren Beatty's claim that he was given the wrong envelope (Best Actress envelope) and was confused, the actress said that she was holding her 'Best Actress in a Leading Role' card the whole time, reports People magazine.

Mahershala Ali in 'Moonlight'- first Muslim to win an Oscar

Mahershala Ali in 'Moonlight'- first Muslim to win an Oscar

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 27 : Raise the toast! It is a double celebration for Mahershala Ali.

After announcing the birth of his first child, with wife Amatus Sami-Karim two days back, Ali now bags the golden Statuette at the 89th Academy Awards in the 'Actor in a supporting role' category for 'Moonlight.'

With this, he becomes the first Muslim actor to win an Oscar ever.

"I just want to thank [my wife] for being such a soldier through this process and carrying me through it all," said the 43-year-old actor, while accepting the trophy on stage.

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