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VIDEO: Michael Keaton Apologizes For 'Hidden Fences' Golden Globes Mistake!

Michael Keaton is speaking out after he was criticized for accidentally calling the movie Hidden Figures by the name “Hidden Fences” when announcing Octavia Spencer during the Best Supporting Actress category at the 2017 Golden Globe Awards!

While promoting his latest film The Founder, the 65-year-old actor offered a genuine apology to The Associated Press and said anyone who reads something discriminatory into the flub is “extraordinarily incorrect.”

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Michael Keaton

“I mean, almost like calling Al Gore a climate-change denier,” Michael added. Like with a capital I, incorrect.”

Pictured: Michael joining producer Jeremy Renner, and co-stars Nick Offerman and his wife Megan Mullally, Laura Dern, John Carroll Lynch, B.J. Novak, Griff Furst, Justin Randell Brooke, Kate Kneeland and director John Lee Hancock at the premiere of The Founder held at the Cinerama Dome on Wednesday (January 11) in Los Angeles. The event was presented by DeLeón Tequila.


Micheal Keaton Apologizes For ‘Hidden Fences’ Flub

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Jessica Lange Talks About Leaving 'American Horror Story'

Jessica Lange dresses up while attending a For Your Consideration event for her series American Horror Story: Freak Show on Thursday (June 11) at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles.

The Emmy-winning actress was joined by her co-stars Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Finn Wittrock, Denis O’Hare, Naomi Grossman, and John Carroll Lynch.

Jessica chatted with Deadline this week about her decision to leave the show after four seasons.

“When I originally agreed to do this, it was for one season. [I thought], ‘This will be interesting to try this. I’ve never done this kind of television before.’ Then I had such a great time doing it the first year, when they approached me to do it again I thought, ‘well okay, maybe we can do it season to season,’” Jessica said. Instead, I agreed to do three more seasons. And that was fine because I’ve had just such a great time doing it. I have no regrets or second thoughts about that decision. But there’s always an end to everything.”

FYI: Sarah is wearing a vintage Yanina Couture dress, Kurt Geiger heels, a Jimmy Choo clutch, and Loree Rodkin jewels.

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