Entertainment Michael Keaton Shrugs Off ‘Hidden Fences’ Snafu: ‘I’m Gonna Sleep Pretty Well’ (Video)

21:21  09 january  2017
21:21  09 january  2017 Source:   TheWrap

Michael Keaton totally butchered the name of a movie while announcing a Golden Globes winner

  Michael Keaton totally butchered the name of a movie while announcing a Golden Globes winner <p>While announcing the winner for best supporting actress in a movie during&nbsp;Sunday night's Golden Globes, Michael Keaton flubbed the name of the film.</p>He said Viola Davis won for the movie "Hidden Fences.

Michael Keaton Shrugs Off ‘ Hidden Fences ’ Snafu : ‘ I ’ m Gonna Sleep Pretty Well ’ ( Video ). “Birdman” star was apologetic until he heard mistake went viral.

Michael Keaton should be waking up from a pretty solid slumber any minute now. The “Birdman” star screwed up his “ Hidden Figures” and “ Fences ” films last night at the 2017 Golden Globes, and the Internet hasn’t let him hear the end of it since. For his part, Keaton seemed to feel fairly bad about the flub — that is, until he heard it’s gone viral. Michael Keaton Takes Sarcastic Jab, I ' m 'Horrible' for Saying ' Hidden Fences ' ( Video ) (From TMZ. 9 January 2017, 6:27 AM, PST).

Michael Keaton should be waking up from a pretty solid slumber any minute now.

The "Birdman" star screwed up his "Hidden Figures" and "Fences" films last night at the 2017 Golden Globes, and the Internet hasn't let him hear the end of it since. For his part, Keaton seemed to feel fairly bad about the flub -- that is, until he heard it's gone viral.

"I'm sorry, I apologize. I screwed it up," he told a TMZ cameraman late on Sunday. "Are they making a big deal?"

Michael Keaton Reveals Why He Walked Away From 'Batman'

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For his part, Keaton seemed to feel fairly bad about the flub — that is, until he heard it’s gone viral. “ I ’ m sorry, I apologize. I screwed it up,” he told a TMZ cameraman late on Sunday. “Are they making a big deal?” Also Read: ' Hidden Fences ' Golden Globes Flubs Prompt Backlash. Yes, Michael they are. “ I ’ m a horrible person,” Keaton sarcastically told the paparazzi. He then switched back to sincere: “I dunno, I ’ m gonna sleep pretty well .” Watch the video above. Also Read: Golden Globes: Michael Keaton Repeats ' Hidden Fences ' Flub ( Video ). Keaton wasn’t the only (white)

Michael Keaton should be waking up from a pretty solid slumber any minute now. The “Birdman” star screwed up his “ Hidden Figures” and “ Fences ” films last night at the 2017 Golden Globes, and the Internet hasn’t let him hear the end of it since. For his part, Keaton seemed to feel fairly bad about the flub — that is, until he heard it’s gone viral. Kellyanne Conway Slams Meryl Streep for Not Mentioning Chicago Torture Victim ( Video ). 50 minutes ago.

Yes, Michael they are.

Michael Keaton attends the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards - Arrivals at The Beverly Hilton Hotel © David Crotty/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images Michael Keaton attends the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards - Arrivals at The Beverly Hilton Hotel

"I'm a horrible person," Keaton sarcastically told the paparazzi. He then switched back to sincere: "I dunno, I'm gonna sleep pretty well."

Watch the video above.

Keaton wasn't the only (white) person last night to mash up the two movies with primarily African-American casts and themes. Red carpet reporter Jenna Bush made exactly the same "Hidden Fences" goof while interviewing Pharrell Williams earlier in the night.

Actual movie "Hidden Figures" is based on a true story and stars Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, and Janelle Monae. The actresses play three black mathematicians who were instrumental in the early days of NASA and the U.S. space program.

Another real film, "Fences" stars Denzel Washington and Viola Davis as a black couple in the 1950s trying to raise their son and coming to terms with trauma from their past.

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