Rumors confirmed: Killian Murphy (“Sharp Visors”) will star in Christopher Nolans new film about the “father of the atomic bomb,” Robert Oppenheimer. The picture is due for release in 2023, with a US release slated for 21 July. Universal describes the project as “an epic thriller, immersing viewers in the dizzying paradox of the mysterious a man who must risk destroying the world to save it.
” Robert Oppenheimer is a famous scientist and the “father of the atomic bomb” he worked on during World War II wars. The film was based on the book “American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J.
Robert Oppenheimer”, written by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin.
In 2005, she won a Pulitzer Prize. In addition to working in the directors chair, Nolan also handles screenwriting, with his wife Emma Thomas and Charles Roven of Atlas serving as producers Entertainment.
Filming will begin in 2022, on large format film and for IMAX. Nolans team also includes cameraman Hoyte van Hoytema (Argosor, Dunkirk and Interstellar), editor Jennifer Leyme (The Argote), and composer& nbsp; Ludvig Joransson (“The Argue”, “Black Panther”).
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