Jimmy Kimmel and Celebrities Leave Oscars to Crash Movie Theater, Hand Out Snacks
Moviegoers across the street were floored to see Gal Gadot, Margot Robbie and other stars.
Jimmy Kimmel led a group of Hollywood's biggest stars from the Oscars to a nearby movie theater to surprise an audience of unsuspecting moviegoers.
Actors that included Armie Hammer, Mark Hamill, Lupita Nyong'o, Emily Blunt, Gal Gadot, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Margot Robbie left their seats in the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles Sunday night to surprise the audience at the TCL Chinese Theatre.
The audience was in the theater for a special screening of A Wrinkle in Time, unaware of just how special that screening was about to become.
Kimmel first entered the theater with Gadot to announce the surprise.
"You are live on the Oscars right now!" Kimmel told the audience as they erupted in cheers. "We wanted to say thank you to the moviegoers! Say thank you, everybody!"
The audience was floored as Hollywood's most famous faces thanked them onscreen.
"We noticed you didn't have any snacks," Kimmel added, prompting the other celebrities to descend on the theater, brandishing snacks and hot dog cannons.
Kimmel then asked one member of the audience, Mike, to introduce the next presenters. But before the stars left, they stopped for an epic group portrait, which Kimmel shared on his Twitter account.
Kimmel hosted the 90th Academy Awards for the second time in a row.
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