Margot Robbie, who was snubbed by the Oscars in the Best Actress category, insists she has “no reason to be upset” but believes Greta Gerwig should have been nominated in the Best Actress category.
This was during a recent discussion with the SAG-AFTRA union and other actors Barbie Margot Robbie has been called upon to respond to the ongoing saga surrounding her absence from the Best Actress race. “There's no reason to be sad because of how blessed I am,” said producer Margot Robbie. Barbie, a Best Picture Oscar nominee. In total, the feminist comedy was nominated eight times in the Oscar race.
“Obviously, I think Greta should have been named director,” Margot Robbie said. Variety. “What she's done is a unique thing in her life and in her career,” Robbie continued, admitting in the same breath, “It's been an incredible year for all the films.”
Last week, actor Ryan Gosling – Ken translator, nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category – responded to the absence of Margot Robbie and Greta Gerwig in these two major categories, saying, “There's no Ken without Barbie.” “There's no Barbie movie without Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie”.
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