Oscars 2018: the awkward moments and complete winners list

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Oscars 2018 

Oscars 2018 is one of the most awaited evenings for Hollywood so it happened finally but the Oscars 2018 left some memorable as well as awkward moments.Although there were many blunders on the ceremony but no one can forget the blunder about the best picture announcement.

Oscars 2018- Awkward moments and blunders

The ceremony of Oscars held last night but it was not well organized although it was planned well. It has the unforgettable blunders about the winner’s announcement. If you couldn’t watch those moments let’s have a look here.

The charming Beatty with the dashing Dunaway has to announce the best picture which they announced wrong.

Oscars 2018

The Warren Beatty with Faye Dunaway announced La La Land as the best picture but then they came to know that they have a wrong envelope. The winning movie was Moonlight. presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway mistakenly announced La-La Land as the winner, when the trophy should have gone to Moonlight.

La La Land movie was starring Ryan Gosling and gorgeous Emma Stone. Emma stone was excited to hear the best picture announcement but when she knew the reality she can’t stop her facial expressions. On the other hand, Moonlight was starring Moonlight starring Mahershala Ali who became excited after the announcement.

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There was another moment to remember when Meryl Streep TRIPS on the red carpet.She was looking stunning but she trips on the carpet as she was a human, not a supernatural character.

Oscars 2018- complete winners list 

  • Best film award goes to   Moonlight

  • Best actress award for  Emma Stone 

  • Actor award for Casey Affleck 

  • Best director award for Damien Chazelle 

  • Supporting actress award for Viola Davis 

  • Best supporting actor award for Mahershala Ali

  • Best original screenplay award for Kenneth Lonergan

  •  Adapted screenplay award for Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney 

  • Best cinematography award for Linus Sandgren

  • Best original score award for Justin Hurwitz 

  • original song award for Justin Hurwitz, Benj

    Pasek

    and Justin Paul 

  • Best sound editing award for Sylvain Bellemare 

  •  Foreign language film award for Asghar Farhadi 

  •  film editing award for John Gilbert 

  • Best visual effects award for Robert Legato, Adam Valdez, Andrew R. Jones and Dan Lemmon

  • Best production design award for David Wasco and Sandy Reynolds-Wasco 

  • Live action short film award for Kristof Deak and Anna Udvardy

  • Best make-up award for Alessandro Bertolazzi, Giorgio Gregorini, and Christopher Nelson 

  •  costume design award for Colleen Atwood 

Oscars 2019 

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