Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer Movie Is Bringing In A Dark Knight Trilogy Alum, And There’s More Good News

It’s been just a little over a 12 months since Christopher Nolan’s Tenet was launched in theaters, and now the filmmaker in within the strategy of getting his subsequent cinematic story off the bottom. Final month, it was reported that Nolan will helm a film about J. Robert Oppenheimer, the theoretical physicist who performed an integral function in creating the atomic bomb throughout World Battle II. Now it’s been introduced that Cillian Murphy, who performed Jonathan Crane/Scarecrow in Nolan’s Darkish Knight trilogy, has been forged because the “father of the atomic bomb.”

Whereas it had been beforehand rumored that Cillian Murphy may be concerned in Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, now it’s official, per Deadline. Moreover, Oppenheimer has been dated for July 21, 2023, the identical month that previous Nolan flicks like The Darkish Knight, Inception and Dunkirk arrived. Tenet had additionally been dated for July 2020 earlier than it was pushed again just a few months in response to the pandemic. Oppenheimer is ready to start manufacturing in early 2022, and will probably be shot on a mix of IMAX 65mm and 65mm large-format movie.

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