Billie Eilish’s emotional reaction to her second nomination at the 2024 Oscars that honors Margot Robbie

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The reading of the nominations for the Oscars 2024 has left many surprises, the vast majority positive and some negative ones such as the absence of Margot Robbie in the category of best female performance and director Greta Gerwig in the best director. But for this the figure of Billie Eilish that has paid tribute to their figures.

He has done so through an emotional reaction published on his official profiles on social networks. The statement, signed by the two brothers Billie and Finneas, make it clear that much of the merit of their second Oscar nomination He owes it to those two women.

We are incredibly honored to receive a nomination for What was I made for? As lifelong fans of movies, film music, and the Academy Awards, this means the world to us. We are very grateful to the Academy, its members and for being recognized alongside so many composers whom we respect and admire. Our deepest and most sincere thanks to the incomparable Great Gerwig and Noah Baumbach for their brilliant vision and execution and to the cast and entire team at Barbie, Lucky Chap Entertainment and Warner Bros. Thank you to Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt for weaving our song so well in the structure and heart of this film. And a special thanks to Margot Robbie for her incredible vision as a producer and her brilliant performance that resonated so deeply with us writing this song. We feel truly honored” the two Angeleno brothers state in their joint publication.

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The image is almost as significant as the text itself. Two pairs of arms and hands intertwine with each other as a sign of help, mutual recognition, trust and gratitude. The quote that best sums it up is “We feel incredibly honored to be a part of the Barbie movie.”

Because the film has not only become one of the favorites for the big night of cinema in the United States but has reinforced everything the team that worked on the film and who have turned them into a family.

As we said, the Billie Eilish with What was I made for? It is the second nomination that the tandem of Los Angeles brothers has received in their professional relationship with the American film industry. His first nomination and his first statuette came just a couple of years ago with No time to die in the installment of the Bond saga in 2022 of the same title.


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