‘Oppenheimer’ – What will Nolan’s new movie say?
The title character is physicist Robert Oppenheimer (Cillian Murphy), who led the famous Manhattan Project during World War II. The purpose of the secret US government-funded program was to create the first fully functional, controlled nuclear weapon. Oppenheimer, who died in 1967, is sometimes referred to as the father of the atomic bomb.
The basis of the text, written by Nolan himself, is “The American Prometheus. The American Prometheus. The Triumph and Tragedy of Robert Oppenheimer” by Kai Bard and Martin J. Sherwin. He will be the permanent assistant cinematographer to the director, Hoyte Van Hoytem.
Oppenheimer: Who will we see in the film?
The film’s cast also included, among others Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr. and Emily Blunt, Josh Hartnett, Florence Bowie, Rami Malek, Gary Oldman, Benny Safdie, Dean DeHaan, Jack Quaid, Matthew Modine, Alden Ehrenreich, David Dastmalchian and Kenneth Branagh.
Oppenheimer is a production funded by Universal Studios. The premiere is scheduled for July 21, 2023.
Casey Affleck’s filmography concludes with last year’s thriller “Your Every Breath.” This is the story of Philip Clark – a respected psychiatrist and lecturer who has a family crisis. Past tragic events also affect his teenage daughter Lucy, who was caught doing drugs. Unexpectedly, Philip’s professional career falls apart when one of his patients commits suicide.
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