“Please stop the overacting”: Simu Liu Joins Ryan Gosling in Bashing the Oscars for Snubbing Margot Robbie and Fans Have Had Enough

Fans give Barbie cast a reality check after Simu Liu joined Ryan Gosling in criticizing the Oscars.

“Please stop the overacting”: Simu Liu Joins Ryan Gosling in Bashing the Oscars for Snubbing Margot Robbie and Fans Have Had Enough

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  • Ryan Gosling recently put the spotlight on Margot Robbie and Greta Gerwig after they got snubbed by the Oscars.
  • The actor believes Robbie and Gerwig deserve nominations in their respective categories.
  • As the rest of the cast joined the debate, people on social media shut them down.
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Recently, the nomination list for the upcoming 96th Academy Awards was announced and Barbie received 8 nominations. However, actress Margot Robbie and Greta Gerwig not getting nominations for their work in the film has created waves on social media. Shortly after the nominations were announced, actor Ryan Gosling, who is nominated for the Best Supporting Actor category for his role as Ken in the movie, issued a statement explaining that he is extremely disappointed that Robbie and Gerwig were not recognized for their work.

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Ryan Gosling and Margot Robbie in Barbie
Ryan Gosling and Margot Robbie in Barbie

As a result, the rest of the cast members also supported Gosling. Actress America Ferrera, who was also nominated for Best Supporting Actress, praised Gosling for speaking about it. Actor Simu Liu also joined Gosling, but now it seems like people on social media are not having it. Since the hype about Barbie has finally winded down, it is safe to say that a lot of people didn’t like the movie.

Also read: “You can not lie..”: Ryan Gosling’s Wife Eva Mendes Has a Powerful Message After He Expresses Frustration For Margot Robbie’s Oscar Controversy

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Simu Liu supports Ryan Gosling in bashing the Oscars

Simu Liu, Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling in Barbie
Simu Liu, Margot Robbie, and Ryan Gosling in Barbie

Barbie (2023) has been nominated in 8 categories at the upcoming 96th Academy Award. However, many people, including actor Ryan Gosling, are disappointed that Margot Robbie, the star of the movie, and the movie’s director Greta Gerwig were not nominated in their respective categories. In a recent statement, Gosling explained that “there is no Barbie movie without Margot Robbie and Greta Gerwig.” Gosling’s co-star Simu Liu also supported Gosling in a recent post made on Twitter/X,

“Being involved in a small way gave me a window into just how hard Greta and Margot had to fight to get Barbie made, and how flawlessly they executed. Together they started a movement, touched the world and reinvigorated the cinema. They deserve everything. They ARE everything.”

Actress America Ferrera, who was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her work in the film, also supported Gosling. While the movie certainly started a global movement, was it really that good?

Also read: “Oh what harm can it do?”: Ryan Gosling Suffered Through a Living Nightmare After Saving a Dog From Freezing To Death

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People on social media speak against the criticism

Margot Robbie in Barbie (2023)
Margot Robbie in Barbie

Indeed, Barbie was a massive hit, bringing in over $1.4 billion at the global box office but many people on social media are done with the whining, in fact, many argue that Robbie’s performance wasn’t even Oscar-worthy.

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Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer got nominated in 13 categories, which is the most nominations out of all movies, followed by Poor Things and Killers of the Flower Moon with 11 and 10, respectively. The 96th Academy Awards is expected to take place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, on March 10, 2024.

 

 

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