LA Times & Oscars = Irrelevant & Wrong By Nikki Finke Editor in Chief February 27, 2012 7 Email LA Times Oscar coverage, Los Angeles Times Deadline.com Awards Jimmy Kimmel… This just in: Bill O’Reilly Flattens Obama In Timeslot Ratings Competition Bruce Willis Thriller ‘Wake’ Shuts Down Amid Budget Woes Greg Gutfeld To Pilot New Weekend Primetime Show For Fox News Channel MORE This just in: SAG Awards 2016 Shifts To A Saturday When Oscar Met Tony: Art Versus Commerce Collides At Awards Shows Oscars: The Creative Team Behind Those Stylish Graphics You May Also Like: Awards SAG Awards 2016 Shifts To A Saturday The 2016 SAG Awards will move back a day and air on Saturday, January 30… Awards When Oscar Met Tony: Art Versus Commerce Collides At Awards Shows Oh, the rending of garments concerning Birdman's Oscar win over American… Awards News Oscars: The Creative Team Behind Those Stylish Graphics The 87th Oscars had its highlights: the Selma "Glory" moment, Lady Gaga… Flash Mob 2015 Oscar Nominees Pictures: A Timeline Of Academy Awards Momentum 20th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards Golden Globe Awards Red Carpet Photos The People Magazine Awards Party Pics Oh these ancient media outlets with all of their 100+ yrs of communications experience still cannot ‘fact check’. they were more concerned with linking to their site isn’t a major publication being wrong fairly relevant? If it was more important and relevant to people outside of the microcosm who actually knows who Jean Dujardin is and cares, yes. Oh please, get over yourself. So what… So what? It’s a factual error, of the most idiotic kind….that’s what. The LA Times is a major publication, and should never, ever make this kind of mistake. Maybe they did it on purpose, just to piss people off. Comments are closed.