Late-Night Hosts Weigh In on Oscar Nominee Snubs, Surprises

Late-Night Hosts Weigh In on Oscar Nominee Snubs, Surprises

Hosts of different "Late Night" shows, including Jimmy Kimmel and Conan O'Brien mulled over the surprises and snubs of the 90th Academy Awards nominations.

The US TV star, who hosted the ceremony and will return to host again this year, said he is still traumatised by the fiasco, when La La Land was incorrectly announced as the victor rather than Moonlight. I can not wait to see which movie accidentally wins Best Picture.

Guillermo Del Toro's The Shape Of Water leads the pack with 13 nods while Dunkirk got eight nominations and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri received seven.

Stephen Colbert also had The Shape of Water on the brain. "I like that movie and finally, Hollywood is recognizing a monster other than Harvey Weinstein", he snarked.

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The muddled moment is featured at the beginning of the new ad as Kimmel awakes from a nightmare and reveals he's always thinking about the Best Picture mishap, joking he can no longer open an envelope as mail piles up at his door. "These are the first Oscars in the wake of the #MeToo movement, which means there will be some changes", he admitted. So far, things are looking good: the Academy's just-revealed nominations are diverse and exciting, filled with worthy contenders like Jordan Peele and Greta Gerwig in the best-director category. "For instance, the Oscar statue will now be fully clothed", Colbert said. "He ran through the nine nominated films, but then kept going with ".and 'Boo 2: "A Madea Halloween.' A lot of people didn't think that was gonna make it, and they were wrong". "I hope he's seen Get Out".

Hours after Tiffany Haddish and Andy Serkis read the 2018 Academy Awards nominations, several late night television hosts expressed their opinions regarding the Oscar race. When he finally did pivot to talking about the Oscar nominations, he clearly had the president on his mind. more specifically, the president's bulk.

"In the past, it was #OscarsSoWhite; but this year, it's #OscarsSoSorry", added Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr.

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