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Veteran Hollywood star Helen Mirren said that there is no point in being “upset” at a lack of awards nominations, though she does wish actress Margot Robbie and Greta Gerwig had been nominated for Oscars.

The 78-year-old actress found it disheartening when Robbie and Gerwig failed to be recognised in the Academy Awards shortlists for their work on `Barbie`.

Helen told `Entertainment Tonight`: “You can`t get upset about things like that, honestly. What is fantastic is that `Barbie` was the highest-grossing film that Warner Brothers has ever had in their lives and do you remember who won best film of the year before last?

“I mean, of course I would have loved to have seen Greta (be nominated), and I think she should win best (director).

“It`s so difficult, it`s not a running race, you know, you can`t — Christopher Nolan`s work on `Oppenheimer` was spectacular, extraordinary. But for me, Greta`s work was so out there, it was so brave, it was something we`d never seen before. I just love the fact that the audience responded the way they did.”

Helen also confirmed rumours that there is a deleted scene from `Barbie` in which she fought with a “drunk” Olivia Colman as the `Crown` actress attempted to take over her narrator job, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

She said: “We did shoot that scene, yes we did. I`d love to see it sometime.”

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