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MONDAY, FEB. 27
OSCARS — The 89th Academy Awards got off on the right foot, with a song and dance, but ended with the most stunning mistake ever to befall the esteemed awards show when the best picture Oscar was presented to the wrong movie. Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty, holding an incorrect envelope, wrongly presented the top prize to “La La Land,” instead of “Moonlight.” By Film Writer Lindsey Bahr. SENT: 1,000 words, photos, video.
OSCARS-WRONG WINNER — Oops, our bad: “Moonlight” really won the Oscar. By Sandy Cohen and Andrew Dalton. SENT: 760 words, photos.
OSCARS-BEST PICTURE-SCENE — Here’s what happened onstage during an instant classic: The Academy Awards’ flub of the best picture winner at the end of the 2017 show. By Television Writer David Bauder. SENT: 615 words, photos, video.
OSCARS-TV RATINGS — Will Hollywood’s anti-Trump mood and the conservative boycott talk surrounding this year’s Oscars hinder the ratings or spark interest in a show whose numbers have been lagging of late? Will a “La La” landslide make a difference? By Television Writer Frazier Moore. UPCOMING: About 250 words by 2 p.m., photos.
OSCARS-POLITICS — President Donald Trump was never far from mind on Oscar night, but with one exception Sunday, the political speeches were left at home. Midway through the evening, host Jimmy Kimmel tried to get a rise out of Trump by tweeting to him on the air. By the show’s end, the leader of the free world hadn’t taken the bait. By Television Writer David Bauder. SENT: 720 words, photos.
OSCARS-PWC REPUTATION — For 82 years, accounting and consulting firm PwC has enjoyed a reputational boon from handling the balloting process at the Academy Awards. Now its hard-won image as a dependable partner is under threat. The company was responsible for a colossal mistake at the 89th Academy Awards on Sunday night when actors Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty wrongly announced the top Oscar went to “La La Land,” instead of “Moonlight.” By Pan Pylas. SENT: 630 words, photos.
OSCARS-MOMENTS — There was some politics and some humor and many inspirational speeches, but the moment everyone will remember was the Great Mistake of Oscars 2017. By National Writer Jocelyn Noveck. SENT: 1,100 words, photos.
OSCARS-ACTRESS — Emma Stone sang and danced her way to a best-actress Oscar for “La La Land.” By Beth Harris. SENT: 330 words, photos.
OSCARS-SUPPORTING ACTRESS — Viola Davis won the best supporting actress Oscar for “Fences,” a role she originated in a Broadway revival seven years ago for which she won a Tony Award. By Beth Harris. SENT: 360 words, photos.
OSCARS-PARTIES — Academy Awards after parties are always swanky and star-studded. But this year, even disparate celebrations had a conversation topic in common: the best-picture gaffe that saw Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway award the night’s top prize to “La La Land,” only to correct themselves and present it to “Moonlight.” The unprecedented error dominated post-party talk. SENT: 775 words, photos.
OSCARS-REVIEW — Jimmy Kimmel can’t bring together a divided country. But for a few hours Sunday night as host of the Oscarcast, he helped everyone within earshot laugh a little at the nation’s current discord. And proved nothing throws him. By Television Writer Frazier Moore. SENT: 830 words, photos.
OSCARS-FOREIGN FILM — A political context larger than that of films themselves swept Iran’s “The Salesman” into the limelight and effectively solidified its win in the best foreign language category at the Oscars. By Film Writer Lindsey Bahr. SENT: 485 words, photos.
SYRIA-OSCARS — A Syrian who runs rescue group featured in Oscar-winning documentary “The White Helmets” says the award is an inspiration. By Sarah El Deeb. SENT: 495 words, photos.
IRAN-OSCARS — Iran’s top diplomat has congratulated director Asghar Farhadi for winning the Oscar in the best foreign language category. By Nasser Karimi. SENT: 675 words.
OSCARS-FASHION HIGHLIGHTS — And the red carpet goes to … the women in red, for one, with equal accolades for shiny and shimmery gold worthy of the Oscars, this and all years. By Leanne Italie. SENT: 1,130 words, photos.
PITTSBURGH-FENCES — Pittsburgh’s Hill District, where the movie “Fences” was shot and where playwright August Wilson grew up, offers a rich map of places connected to the film, including a park named for Negro Leagues star Josh Gibson, whose baseball career inspired the story of “Fences” protagonist Troy Maxson. By Beth J. Harpaz. UPCOMING: 800 words by noon, photos.
MILAN FASHION WEEK-WATCH — The Milan fashion world bids a collective adieu to Franca Sozzani, the storied editor of Vogue Italia who died last December at 66. After closing six days of womenswear previews for next fall and winter, the fashion crowd will gather in Milan’s Duomo cathedral to remember the pioneering editor who championed Made in Italy during her 28-year career. Armani and Mila Schoen show their collections. By Colleen Berry. UPCOMING: 750 words by 5 p.m., photos, video.
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BOOKS-SPIRITUAL MEDIUM — Rebecca Rosen wants to channel her ability to see dead people into helping readers navigate their daily lives. “What the Dead Have Taught Me About Living Well” is the spiritual medium’s new book. In it, Rosen conveys the insights she has gained from two decades of communicating with angels and guides from the “other side” and how she incorporates that guidance into her own life. By Mike Householder. UPCOMING Tuesday: 500 words by noon, photos, video.
PARIS FASHION WEEK-WATCH — Saint Laurent draws in the celebs to kick off Paris Fashion Week’s highly anticipated fall-winter 2017/18 shows. By Thomas Adamson. UPCOMING Tuesday: 750 words by 3 p.m., photos.
FILM REVIEW-LOGAN. By Entertainment Writer Sandy Cohen. UPCOMING Monday: 650 words, photos.
MUSIC REVIEW-OLD 97S. By Scott Stroud. UPCOMING Monday: 250 words, photos by 5 p.m.
MUSIC REVIEW-JAIME WYATT. By Scott Stroud. UPCOMING Monday: 250 words, photos by 5 p.m.
MUSIC REVIEW-THEY. By Melanie Sims. UPCOMING Monday: 250 words, photos by 5 p.m.
BOOK REVIEW-SHINING CITY BY TOM ROSENSTIEL. Reviewed by Will Lester. UPCOMING Tuesday: 350 words, photos.
BOOK REVIEW-TO BE A MACHINE BY MARK O’CONNELL. Reviewed by Christopher Atamian. UPCOMING Tuesday: 350 words, photos.
COMING UP ON ENTERTAINMENT DAILY NEWS:
LOS ANGELES— Casey Affleck and Kenneth Lonergan react to wins at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Barry Jenkins at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Stars celebrate Oscar winners at the Governor’s Ball.
LOS ANGELES— Stars attend the annual Vanity Fair Oscar party.
TAIPEI— Hugh Jackman meets fans at an event to launch “Logan.”
SHANGHAI— The red carpet is rolled out for “Beauty and the Beast.”
NEW YORK— Fashion blogger Dana Prigg reveals her Oscar red-carpet winners and losers.
ENTERTAINMENT DAILY NEWS BROADCAST VIDEO ALREADY AVAILABLE:
LOS ANGELES— Jackie Chan, Sting, Barry Jenkins and his “Moonlight” cast arrive at Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ava DuVernay and Andrew Garfield discuss whether politics played a role at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Pharrell Williams, Octavia Spencer and Justin Timberlake walk the red carpet at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel and Octavia Spencer arrive at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Isabelle Huppert, Ruth Negga and Janelle Monae talk about the gowns they chose for the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Barry Jenkins, Justin Timberlake and Damien Chazelle talk politics at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson is honored and “O.J.: Made in America” wins best documentary feature at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Mahershala Ali is the winner of the Academy Award for best supporting actor for his “Moonlight” role
LOS ANGELES— Justin Timberlake kicks off Oscars, Jimmy Kimmel’s opening monologue
LOS ANGELES— Denzel Washington, Jeff Bridges, Naomie Harris, Ryan Gosling, more arrive for Academy Awards
LOS ANGELES— Dev Patel, Scarlett Johansson and Damien Chazelle arrive at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Viola Davis wins best supporting actress and Jackie Chan has an honorary Oscar.
LOS ANGELES— Denzel Washington, Salma Hayek, Jeff Bridges and Jamie Dornan talk politics and whether it has a place at the Academy Awards.
LOS ANGELES— More highlights of Jimmy Kimmel’s opening monologue at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Iran’s “The Salesman” wins best foreign language film.
LOS ANGELES— Pharrell says he has faith in women, Taraji P. Henson wants to help other artists and Laura Dern is inspired by foreign-film nominees at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— “Zootopia” wins Oscar for best animated film.
LOS ANGELES— John Legend and Chrissy Teigen walk the Oscars red carpet.
LOS ANGELES— Ginnifer Goodwin remembers “Big Love” co-star Bill Paxton.
LOS ANGELES— Wins for “White Helmets” and “Sing” at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— “City of Stars” is the winner of the Oscar for best original song.
LOS ANGELES— Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney win adapted screenplay and Kenneth Lonergan wins original screenplay at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Damien Chazelle wins best director for “La La Land” at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Casey Affleck wins best actor at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Emma Stone wins best actress award for “La La Land” at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— “Moonlight” wins best picture at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Absent Iranian director Asghar Farhadi represented by NASA director, astronaut backstage at Oscars
LOS ANGELES— Winners of “Zootopia” and “OJ: Made in America” talk to the media backstage at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Viola Davis talks about her win at the Oscars.
LOS ANGELES— Emma Stone talks about her Oscar win.
LOS ANGELES— “Moonlight” star Mahershala Ali says he was “thrown a bit” by best picture mishap.
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