What will the Academy do to avoid the Oscars goof up from happening again?
The Academy has vowed to take measures to avoid a mix up like the once that happened with Moonlight again.Updated: Mar 03, 2017 16:55 IST
The president of the film academy has sent an email to its members telling them they have much to be proud of after this year’s Oscars ceremony. And she reassures them changes will be made to avoid a repeat of the botched best-picture announcement that ended the show.
An Academy spokesman confirmed the contents of the email for The Associated Press on Thursday.
The Academy's statement on the 89th Oscars Best Picture. https://t.co/wN66XSyj85— The Academy (@TheAcademy) February 28, 2017
In it, President Cheryl Boone Isaacs gives a bullet-pointed list of things she says Academy members have to be proud of.
They include the Jimmy Kimmel’s “impeccable” hosting job and the “electric opening number” from Justin Timberlake.
She says the organization should be most proud of the grace and humility of everyone affected by the best-picture mess, including the filmmakers behind La La Land and Moonlight.
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