The Brit was nominated for her role in Gone Girl but admits circumstances prevented her from attending all the parties and red carpet events that make up the awards season.

"I definitely would like it again some day. Yeah, for sure," she tells LatinoReview. "I had heard that there was this whole thing that you have to campaign for an Oscar and it’s become very political, and I was pregnant and giving birth with a very small baby, and I didn’t do anything, and I got nominated, and I thought, 'Well, there you go...! I haven’t campaigned and I haven’t turned this into a political dance.

"Of course, it was a testament to the fact that Gone Girl was a big film. It was seen by a lot of people and it was this sort of Holy Grail for me, of making a drama that adults want to go see in the cinema. They’re not going to wait for it to come out on DVD, and it was part of a conversation that people wanted to be a part of.

"Having your performance recognised like that, it really means a lot. It means you’ve got the badge of approval. They can’t take it away from you, even if you don’t end up with the gold; you still have a nomination they can’t take away, and it’s nice that people come up to you and say, 'You really deserved that nomination'."