Cillian Murphy Changes the World in New Oppenheimer Trailer

Christopher Nolan‘s apocalyptic anxieties are on full display in the first trailer for his upcoming film Oppenheimer is out. movie stars Cillian Murphy as J.Robert Oppenheimerthe theoretical physicist responsible for the development of the first nuclear weapon – often called “the father of the atomic bomb” for his role in the Manhattan Project.

“It’s the most important thing that has ever happened in the history of the world,” Matt Damon states in the newly released trailer, as he appears in the film as Lieutenant General Leslie Groves, military director of the Manhattan Project and responsible for overseeing the construction of the Pentagon. Murphy’s Oppenheimer grapples with the moral dilemma involved in developing a deadlier weapon than the world had ever seen before, one responsible for ending World War II, but one that “gave [humanity] the power to destroy itself”; Oppenheimer claims in the trailer that “our work here will secure a peace that humanity has never seen”, which collides with a dark “until someone builds a biggest bomb”.


A theater-like experience

The film, which is Nolan’s first biopic as well as his first film not to be distributed by Warner Bros. since the 2000s momentum. In addition to Murphy and Damon, the film also stars Emily Blunt, Robert Downey Jr., Florence Poug Jack Quaid, Benny Safdi, Rami Malek, Dane DeHaan, Josh Hartnet, Matthew Modine, Kenneth Branagh, David Krumholtz, Michael Angarano And Alden Ehrenreich. Speaking at the Los Angeles premiere of Air In March, Damon confirmed that the next film would be 3 hours long, being Nolan’s longest film to date and becoming the latest in a recent trend of long-running blockbusters. Oppenheimer was shot using IMAX cameras, ensuring the film will provide audiences with the theatrical spectacle that Nolan’s films have become synonymous with on an epic scale. Nolan’s desire to provide audiences with an experience worthy of a movie-watching experience was one of the catalysts for his public split from Warner Bros., following their controversial day-and-date release strategy for theaters and streaming service Max (formerly known as HBO Max) back in 2021. If Damon’s comments at the premiere of Air are to be believed, the trip to theaters will be worth it for audiences as they called the film “fantastic”, while insisting that its long run was more than deserved, saying “no, no! God no… it’s going so fast. It’s great.

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Oppenheimer is set to hit theaters exclusively on July 21 via Universal Studios. The film collides with the next Barbie movie of Greta Gerwig, which opens in theaters the same day in a box office face-off for the ages. You can check out the trailer for Oppenheimer below:

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