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Take two: Dunaway and Beatty return to scene of Oscars fiasco

Take two: Dunaway and Beatty return to scene of Oscars fiasco

A "La La Land" producer, Jordan Horowitz, realizing his movie did not win, held up the card revealing that the real best-picture victor was "Moonlight".

And the victor isn't: Faye Dunaway, left, and Warren Beatty present the award for best picture to the wrong film.

Rumors suggested the pair's lack of preparation was due in part to some long-standing hostility between the two performers.

The two stars were spotted attending rehearsals for the big show at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, TMZ reported Thursday. "Presenting is better the second time around", Dunaway reportedly says, before Beatty jokes, "The victor is Gone with the Wind".

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The Oscar envelope that Dunaway read from was the best actress category. Beatty opened the card, paused, and silently showed it to Dunaway, who saw the words La La Land and declared it the Best Picture victor.

The screw-up has been dubbed the most embarrassing moment in Oscars history.

After participating in last-year's historic screw-up in announcing Oscars Best Picture, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway reportedly will be back at the awards ceremony Sunday, to again announce the victor in this category.

According to THR, PwC US Chairman Tim Ryan apologized for the "human error" made by Brian Cullinan and Martha Ruiz who were the "balloting leaders" that had handed off the wrong envelope and took at least a minute before being pushed on stage to fix it.

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"I opened the envelope and it said, 'Emma Stone, La La Land,'" Beatty explained while still onstage after the snafu.

IT'S hard to believe it's been a year since the Best Picture envelope-geddon.

Kimmel had been planning to end the show with a bit needling Matt Damon - his longtime pretend-nemesis - for not winning any awards, so he was sitting next to Damon in the audience when Warren Beatty had Faye Dunaway read the wrong name.

The flub is highlighted in an ABC commercial for the show starring Jimmy Kimmel, who returns as host.

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She said: 'I thought he was joking.