BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Halle Berry took Faye Dunaway by the shoulders.
"I have to know," Berry said, her ringlets bobbing, in the center of the Vanity Fair Oscar Party at 12:15 a.m. Monday. "I have to know."
Dunaway, resplendent in white, answered darkly: "Warren is right, is all I'll tell you."
There had been an envelope, and Warren Beatty opened it, and inside was a card, and the card said "La La Land," and so Dunaway did too. And then, "Moonlight."
"It gave me hope,"
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