Cillian Murphy as J Robert Oppenheimer First Look Out, See Here
Christopher Nolan’s upcoming movie Oppenheimer is produced by Universal instead of Warner Bros. Universal is getting everything right as they revealed the first look of the much-awaited biographical drama Oppenheimer.
In the movie Oppenheimer, Cillian Murphy plays the titular theoretical physicist, popularly known as the ‘Father of the Atomic Bomb’. Besides, the studio also made new casting announcements related to the film.
Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer Cast
Apart from Cillian Murphy who has previously worked with Nolan on The Dark Knight trilogy, Inception, and Dunkirk, will be joined by Kenneth Branagh (Tenet), Alden Ehrenreich (Solo: A Star Wars Story), and David Krumholtz (The Judge).
The movie is already hyped as other popular cast members include Emily Blunt, Florence Pugh, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr, Rami Malek, Josh Hartnett, Dane DeHaan, Jack Quaid, Benny Safdie, and more.
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Cillian Murphy First Look Poster As Oppenheimer
The new photo–a monochrome portrait–shows Murphy’s Oppenheimer wearing a hat, with a cigarette between his lips. Nolan will reunite with Tenet composer Ludwig Goransson, cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema and editor Jennifer Lame for the movie.
Christopher Nolan is one of the most celebrated directors working in the industry. Sources revealed that the director has asked for a $100 million production budget, equal spend on publicity, final cut, 20% of first-dollar gross–which means that he will get 20% of what the film makes at the box office, regardless of whether or not it turns a profit.
He also demanded a three-week blackout before and after the film’s release, where Universal cannot release any other movie and a guaranteed 100-day theatrical run. He is, of course, shooting in his preferred IMAX 65mm and 65mm large-format film.
Oppenheimer will reportedly feature segments filmed in black and white IMAX. The film is slated to release in July 2023–Nolan’s preferred release window.
Movie analytics has concluded that the movie needs to make at least $400 million worldwide to break even.