The Oscars ceremony had a surprise ending that could only happen in Hollywood. Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty presented the award for best picture Sunday night.
However, the envelope they carried was for the previous award, for actress in a leading role. Emma Stone of "La La Land" won that award, and Dunaway mistakenly read "La La Land" as the winner of best picture. It was actually "Moonlight."
"La La Land" producer Jordan Horowitz, center, accepts the award for best picture next to producer Fred Berger.
Producers of "La La Land" give acceptance speeches before learning that their movie was not the real winner.
Horowitz, second from left, speaks to stage manager Gary Natoli, who had the envelope that showed "Moonlight" as the best picture.
Horowitz, lower left, stops the show to announce the actual best picture winner.
Horowitz, host Jimmy Kimmel and Beatty confer briefly after the mistake was made known.
Horowitz shows the correct card that says "Moonlight" won best picture.
The stunned audience reacts to the correction of the mistake.
Kimmel speaks as the cast and crew of "Moonlight" celebrate winning best picture.
"Moonlight" director Barry Jenkins accepts the best picture award.