LA Times & Oscars = Irrelevant & Wrong By Nikki Finke February 27, 2012 1:49am 7 Email LA Times Oscar coverage, Los Angeles Times Deadline.com Awards Jimmy Kimmel… This just in: Conan Crashes ‘Magic Mike XXL’ Girls Night Documents Reveal New Details About Emile Hirsch Alleged Assault SAG-AFTRA Seeks Protection For TV News Teams After San Francisco Attacks MORE This just in: Five Awards-Worthy Movies To Watch Now Emmys 2015: Louis J Horvitz Back To Direct Fox Telecast Oscars Halftime Report: Can Animated ‘Inside Out’ Turn Best Picture Race Upside Down? You May Also Like: Awards News Five Awards-Worthy Movies To Watch Now Awards Emmys 2015: Louis J Horvitz Back To Direct Fox Telecast Awards Oscars Halftime Report: Can Animated 'Inside Out' Turn Best Picture Race Upside… PHOTOS The Simpsons Characters Re-Voiced Sans Harry Shearer – Photo Gallery Deadline’s 2015 Emmy Party: Bob Odenkirk, Kiernan Shipka, John Ridley And More – Photo Gallery ‘Carol’ Premiere – Cannes – Photo Gallery ‘Mad Men’ Live Read and Series Finale – Photo Gallery 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.