As Disney’s Paperman got its moment of triumph in the Oscars’ Best Animated Short category Sunday, one of its producers threw a thematically appropriate celebration: Kristina Reed tossed a few paper airplanes which, just like in the film, were marked with kisses.
The aircrafts’ doomed flights didn’t carry them long, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The planes apparently nosed dived off the balcony, landing mostly unnoticed and far from the stage.
But Academy security wasn’t feeling quite as whimsical as Reed. They tossed the producers from the ceremony for the breech of gala etiquette.
Luckily, the punishment was temporary. Security reportedly let her back in after about ten minutes.
Paperman, which showed before Disney’s Brave, was created by small team of innovators at Walt Disney Animation Studios. The story is set in mid-century New York City and centres around a young businessman who becomes smitten after a chance encounter…
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