Spike Lee addresses his blunder at the Palme d’Or in Cannes: “No excuses”

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Spike Lee doesn’t regret his blunder at the International Film Festival.

The 64-year-old American director and chairman of the film festival jury accidentally revealed the Palme d’Or winner early Saturday night after confusion on stage, according to Deadline.

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When invited to reveal the evening’s top prize by awards host Toria Dillier, Lee began discussing the final winner – Julia Ducournau’s French thriller “Titane” – which took home the top prize. distinction of the festival, the Palme d’Or.

Lee reportedly addressed the crash at a post-show press conference, Deadline reports.

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While the director of “Da 5 Bloods” admitted to having “screwed up,” Lee noted that he was able to persevere.

“I’m a huge sports fan. I’m like the guy at the end of the game who misses a free kick or a free kick. No excuses,” Lee said, according to Deadline. “The folks at ‘Titanium’ said ‘forget it Spike’, that means a lot to me.”

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Representatives for Lee and Cannes did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

Jury President Spike Lee (middle) posed for photographers as he arrived at the awards ceremony and the closing film premiere "OSS 117: From Africa with love" at the 74th Cannes International Film Festival in southern France on Saturday July 17, 2021 (AP Photo / Vadim Ghirda)
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Jury President Spike Lee (middle) posed for the photographers upon his arrival at the awards ceremony and preview of the closing film “OSS 117: From Africa with Love” at the 74th International Film Festival. film from Cannes, southern France, on Saturday July 17, 2021 (AP Photo / Vadim Ghirda)

“Titanium” won the Palme d’Or, which translates to “the golden palm” in English.

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The bizarre body horror film created a buzz during the film festival for its portrayal of a serial killer.

Ducournau directed and wrote the screenplay for the film, which premiered on Tuesday, July 13.

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“Titanium” is the second film to win the festival’s highest honor with a director in 74 years of history.

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