Christopher Nolan is set to return to the big screens next year with his $100 million atomic bomb film “Oppenheimer,” which will be based on the life of theoretical physicist and father of the nuclear bomb, J.
Robert Oppenheimer. Although Nolan has never created a biopic before, but given the approach of the Oscar-nominated director, he would be more likely to make an unconventional decision, as people often anticipate the most unexpected of the charismatic British-American talisman. whose films have grossed over $5. billion worldwide and garnered 11 Oscars as well as 36 nominations.
Which stars are on board for Nolan’s ‘Oppenheimer’?
Also, while barrages of detail are still missing on Christopher Nolan’s atomic bomb film, sources have revealed that the long-loved producer slashed budgets to $100 million for the film after the release of a principle of $200 million.
According to the latest reports, “No Exit” star David Rysdahl has agreed to join us after starring in Cathy Yan’s “Dead Pigs.” HBO Max’s “Winning Time” star Jason Clarke is coming on board after being cast in an undisclosed role in “Oppenheimer,” as well.
Clarke has appeared on several Oscar contenders such as “The Great Gatsby.” On top of that, “Tenet” star Kenneth Branagh joined the cast in an undisclosed role last month. Also appearing will be 36-year-old American actor Dane DeHaan, best known for his roles as Harry Osborn in ‘Amazing Spider-Man II’, Valerian in ‘Valerian and the city of a Thousand Planets’ alongside Chris Lynwood’s ZeroZeroZero in “The Oppenheimer”.
Cillian Murphy will star as physicist J Robert Oppenheimer in Christopher Nolan’s atomic bomb film “Oppenheimer,” which is slated for theatrical release July 21, 2023.