In an effort to say "Thank you" to moviegoers around the country, Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel surprised a packed audience Sunday night by leaving the show venue to crash a nearby screening of "A Wrinkle in Time."
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"I don't think you fully understand, I don't want us to just clap [for the moviegoer]," he said, revealing his secret plan.
"Let's head over there right now," Kimmel said, leading the group to the theater.
Kimmel then announced to the shocked moviegoers that they were live on the Oscars.
"This is so much better than the Oscars," Gadot yelled.
Kimmel thanked the audience for making a show like the Oscars possible as Hamill, Margot Robbie and others handed out hotdogs, candy and pieces of a huge sub.
He grabbed one lucky person from the audience, Mike, who introduced the next presenter. Kimmel told Mike to introduce Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph.
The two funny ladies then introduced best documentary short subject.