Stone is also set to present but, in a break with tradition, she won't be handing out Best Actor at the 90th Academy Awards.
"The first time I didn't feel it, but this time I feel it and I can't deny the fact that you like me - right now, you like me!", she said with feeling. She proceeded to look at the envelope and announce La La Land as the Oscar victor, a mistake that was corrected in the following tense minutes as the Oscars broadcast was coming to a close.
Chuckling a little as he opened the envelope, Warren announced Shape Of Water as the winning flick.
The British star, 59, picked up the best actor prize for his turn in Darkest Hour, while Frances McDormand won the best actress gong for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. That honor goes to two veteran Oscar winners, Jane Fonda and Helen Mirren. You know what I'm talking about: the La La Land/Moonlight mix-up.
Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway returned to the Oscars stage to present the final award of the night a year after the best picture fiasco when they mistakenly announced La La Land as the victor rather than Moonlight.
One of the changes made included making sure that the same partners from last year were not behind the scenes this year, reports The Hollywood Reporter. I wasn't trying to be amusing. Harried stage managers could be seen moving through the group, demanding to look at the envelopes.
Comedians Haddish and Rudolph co-presented the awards for animated and live action short films, and they were hilarious. When presenting the award for Best Picture in 2017, they announced that the winner was La La Land, when the actual victor was Moonlight.
Set for a return appearance at the Oscars is Common, who will duet with Andra Day on "Stand Up For Something" from "Marshall".
They went through their lines twice, TMZ reported, with Dunaway saying "Presenting is better the.second time around", with Beatty following up with, "The victor is 'Gone with the Wind'".