Here are the 14 craziest moments that were witnessed at this year`s 89th Oscars:
In a mishap that caused uproar and confusion, presenters Warren and Faye initially announced that romantic musical "La La Land", the presumed favorite for best picture, had won.
Casey Affleck completed his awards season victory lap on Sunday with a best actor Oscar for his restrained, devastating performance in Kenneth Lonergan`s family drama "Manchester by the Sea."
The Oscar event in 2016 was marred by the #OscarsSoWhite row and hence, speculations hinted at the diversity in the nominations earlier this year.
It was the first Academy Award for Chazelle, 32, who was the favourite going into Sunday`s ceremony after winning Directors Guild and Golden Globe awards earlier this year.
The second reboot of the Jurassic series, "Jurassic World 2" has officially begun the production.
Andrew Lincoln is excited about shooting the second installment of "Love Actually".
‘The Salesman’ tells the story of an Iranian couple Emad and Rana, who are forced to move to a new apartment, and how their life together is thrown into turmoil by an act of violence.
Soon after Justin Timberlake opened the gala with some upbeat music, Kimmel wasted no time putting the A-list audience in a political state of mind.
Dev Patel had bagged his first Oscar nomination for his role in Garth Davis' 'Lion'.
While the Oscars are under way in Los Angeles on Sunday evening, Trump and his wife Melania will host the annual ball to which the governors of the 50 states, both Democrats and Republicans, have been invited.
Dev Patel, who bagged a BAFTA Award for the Best Supporting Actor for his performance in ‘Lion’ was nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category at the Oscars too.
All eyes were set on ‘La La Land’ featuring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, a musical which had a record-tying 14 nominations, while Australian movie 'Lion' starring Indian-original actor Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman had six!
The versatile Texas-born actor was a familiar face on US movie screens, with a string of memorable credits to his name from a career spanning several decades.
Keeping the trend, set by Meryl Streep at the Golden Globe Award 2017, in mind, expecting a `political` wave at the 89th Annual Academy Awards is inevitable.At least, the wave was seen very prominently at Grammys, BAFTA and BRITS.
Date, time, place, nominations and winners- these are some points each and every person knows about the 89th Annual Academy Awards. Hence, here are some interesting facts about the big night of the world film fraternity, which might grab the Oscars buff`s eyeballs.
During the time of unusual political turmoil surrounding US President Donald Trump, the 89th Academy Awards will take place at the Dolby Theatre here on Sunday night under three-tiered security perimeter by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).
Actress Priyanka Bose, who plays a pivotal role in Oscar nominated film "Lion", says that the movie talks about an important social cause like child adoption and universal language of giving.
Set during the Cold War period, a secret organisation named Patriot realises that there are forces trying to destroy Moscow and is also preparing to take control of the whole world, by building their own army of clones.
Actress Deepika Padukone is more than happy at the success of her debut Hollywood film "xXx: Return of Xander Cage". She says that stepping out of her comfort zone and getting a good response for it, makes it worth taking the risk.
- One year of 'Aligarh': Hansal Mehta looks back at film journey
- Ayesha Takia slams haters, says 'I love myself and you should love yourself too'
- Ranveer Singh working round the clock to meet deadlines
- Hrithik Roshan to launch his own workout regime
- Rani Mukerji to make comeback with women centric film 'Hichki'
- Nawazuddin Siddiqui lauds Oscars, slams Bollywood awards for ignoring Om Puri