The 90th Academy Awards were unavoidable Sunday night—especially for a crowd of moviegoers in Los Angeles.
A group of people decided to go see a sneak preview of A Wrinkle in Time instead of watching the Oscars (which were taking place right across the street). Midway through the awards show, host Jimmy Kimmel explained that the whole thing was a set-up, and that he was about to bring the Oscars across the street to the people in the theater.
"I thought it would be nice if we got a group together to go over there and thank them in person, to surprise them," Kimmel said. He then rounded up a group of stars, which included Gal Gadot, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Mark Hamill, Lupita Nyong’o, and Emily Blunt.
The crew of stars walked across the street, armed with two hot dog cannons, sandwiches, and a bunch of candy. Kimmel cracked a joke about a strong aroma of marijuana filling the theater, then picked a random moviegoer to announce the presenters for the next award.
A man named Mike Young introduced Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph—although he did butcher Tiffany's last name. Maybe Mike was the one responsible for the theater's strong odor?
You can watch the clip at the top of the page and see a full list of the night's winners here.