She wouldn't receive the honor in the United States, but she did in Australia. If Margot Robbie was the favorite for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in Greta Gerwig's “Barbie,” she was snubbed by the Academy, which did not even nominate her. But the Australian actress was able to console herself in her country.
Friday 9 February 2024 Margot Robbie received an Honorable Mention for her career as an actress and producer, as well as an Audience Award for Best Actress for her interpretation of a Mattel doll at the AACTA (Australian Academy of Film and Television Arts) Awards.
To shine at the party, Margot Robbie chose a strapless dress with a deep neckline and decorated with silver sequins. Equally dazzling, Cate Blanchett appeared in a gold asymmetrical bra. On the red carpet, we also got to see Rebel Wilson, Simone Baker and Elsa Pataky parade.
Margot Robbie snubs Oscar nominations
When nominations for the 2024 Academy Awards were announced, Ryan Reynolds, who co-stars with Margot Robbie in “Barbie,” said he was “honored” to be nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category, but was “disappointed” that neither Margot Robbie nor anyone else was nominated. Greta Gerwig by the Academy.
“They are the two people responsible for the historic success of this film that is celebrated around the world. None of this would have happened without their talent, humor and genius. To say I am disappointed not to mention their names would be an understatement,” he wrote. And he’s not the only one who thinks so. .
But Margot Robbie preferred to be positive. “There's no reason to be sad when you know you're so lucky,” she said. “We wanted to do something that would change the culture, impact the culture, and would have an impact. And that's what he did, even more than we could have imagined.” No other rewards needed.
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