Greta Gerwig breaks her silence, talks about not being nominated for "Oscar"

The director of the much-talked-about movie "Barbie", Greta Gerwig, has broken her silence after she was not nominated by the Academy of Film for an Oscar.

The 40-year-old said she is not upset that she was not nominated in the best director category, while she is disappointed that the actress Margot Robbie, who stars in the movie "Barbie", was also not nominated in the best actress category. .

"Of course I wanted Margot to be nominated. But I'm still happy that we will be there together", the director told the prestigious TIME magazine.

In addition to the fact that the movie "Barbie" had an undeniable success when it broke all the movie boxes in many countries of the world, Gerwig has said that it was inevitable that the movie would become a hit.

"I remember thinking that if it works, it will be an inevitable success," said Gerwig.

Even Margot said earlier that she feels disappointed that Gerwig was not nominated.

"Normally I thought Greta would be nominated because the work she did is a once-in-a-lifetime thing. But it's been an incredible year for all the movies," Robbie said.

Even though Gerwig and Robbie are not nominated in the respective category, the film "Barbie" is nominated by the Academy of Film for the "best film" award.

The "Oscar" awards ceremony will be held on March 11.