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Greta Gerwig speaks out about not getting an Oscar

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In a recent interview, Greta Gerwig discusses her much-discussed Oscar rejection for directing Barbie. The 40-year-old director and her spouse, Noah Baumbach, were both nominated for an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Though Margot Robbie received a nomination for Best Picture as one of the film’s producers, many fans were disappointed that she was not considered for Best Director and that she was not considered for Best Actress.
In a recent interview with Time, the director finally discussed the rejection and told a tale. “I can’t believe you weren’t nominated,” a friend’s mother told me, laughed Gerwig. “But I did,” I replied. “I received a nomination for an Oscar.” “Oh, that’s wonderful for you,” she exclaimed. I exclaimed, “I know!” Gerwig continued. “Of course I wanted it for Margot,” she went on. However, “I’m just grateful that we can all be there together.”

With a reported $145 million budget, Barbie became the highest grossing film of the year, earning $636.2 million domestically and $1.445 billion globally.
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