Universal Pictures has published the first poster art for Christopher Nolan’s highly awaited WWII movie Oppenheimer, which is already a year old. J. Robert Oppenheimer, a theoretical physicist famed for his role in the development of the atomic bomb, will be the subject of the gloomy epic. Oppenheimer has been dubbed the “father of the atomic bomb” because of his role in the project. A year before the film’s planned premiere, the first glimpse at the key art for Nolan’s Oppenheimer is disheartening at first glance. While Cillian Murphy plays J. Robert Oppenheimer, a scientist at the centre of the film’s storyline, his face is obscured by the shadows cast by what has happened.
As the smoke begins to dissipate, a tremendous explosion’s blast wave lifts his coat in a flaming wind. “The world eternally changes” is centre-centred over the publication date of the poster in succinct typography beneath the title. Among the stars listed above the title are some of Christopher Nolan’s most powerful players in an Oscar-winning cast. This poster features a cast that includes frequent Nolan collaborators Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr., and Florence Pugh. Emily Blunt plays Oppenheimer’s wife Katherine “Kitty” Oppenheimer opposite Murphy.
Matt Damon plays Lieutenant General Leslie R. Groves, the man designated to head the Manhattan Project. Its cast also includes Benny Safdie and Jack Quaid as well as actors like Gary Oldman and Rami Malek. Oppenheimer once said: “A melancholy atmosphere descended upon us as soon as the boom had faded away. We were well aware that nothing would be the same again. Some folks were moved to tears, some were amused. The vast majority of individuals kept their mouths shut.” American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J Robert Oppenheimer, written by Kai Bird and Martin Sherwin and based on their Pulitzer Prize-winning book American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J Robert Oppenheimer, will be the subject of Christopher Nolan’s film.
This weapon of mass devastation was steered by Oppenheimer, and the United States now held a terrifying amount of power. The catastrophic aftermath of the atomic bombings of the Japanese cities of Nagasaki and Hiroshima will likely be the subject of Christopher Nolan’s film. Nolan’s first picture without Warner Bros. in almost two decades will be produced by Oppenheimer. It has been decided that Universal Pictures, as well as Nolan and his partner Emma Thomas, will produce after the bidding battle.