In addition to Robbie’s acknowledgment of the nominations, she took a moment during the SAG screening to express gratitude for the collaborative effort that brought “Barbie” to life. She praised the dedication of the cast and crew, emphasizing that the film’s success was a testament to the collective hard work and creativity poured into the project.
Robbie also touched upon the challenges faced during the production and how they were overcome, making the film’s triumphs even more meaningful. “Every film comes with its set of hurdles, but overcoming those obstacles together as a team made the journey unforgettable,” she remarked.
Furthermore, she commended the diversity of talent involved in the making of “Barbie” and highlighted the importance of representation in the film industry. “Being part of a project that celebrates diversity and pushes boundaries in storytelling is a source of immense pride for all of us,” Robbie said, underlining the film’s commitment to inclusivity.
As the conversation shifted back to the Oscar nominations, Robbie expressed optimism about the impact the recognition could have on the future of storytelling. “While we may not have secured certain nominations, the acknowledgment we did receive is a step towards opening doors for more unconventional narratives in the industry,” she noted.
Robbie concluded her remarks by expressing appreciation for the support of the fans and the broader audience. She recognized their role in making “Barbie” a cultural phenomenon and thanked them for embracing the film with such enthusiasm. “Ultimately, it’s the audience that gives life to a movie, and we are truly humbled by the response ‘Barbie’ has received worldwide,” Robbie added.
In the face of any perceived snubs, Robbie’s reflections showcased a positive and grateful perspective, emphasizing the broader impact and meaningful connections forged through the filmmaking process.