Oppenheimer trailer: Christopher Nolan’s film gives insight into the life of Robert Oppenheimer, Manhattan Project

The stage is set for the release of one of the most anticipated films of 2023 – Christopher Nolan’s biopic, Oppenheimer. Based on the life of physicist J Robert Oppenheimer, credited with inventing the atomic bomb, the 3-minute trailer gives a glimpse of the star vehicle.

Produced by Universal Pictures, Syncopy Inc. and Atlas Entertainment, Oppenheimer tells the story of American theoretical physicist J Robert Oppenheimer and his controversial Manhattan Project, a World War II research and development venture that produced the world’s first nuclear weapons. world.

“This is a national emergency,” Robert Oppenheimer says at the start of the trailer as he prepares to test the first nuclear bomb. A few quick distorted shots later, viewers see the name they’ve been waiting to see on screen for three years since Tenet’s release, “Christopher Nolan.” The trailer immediately cuts to a black-and-white photo showing Robert Oppenheimer (Cillian Murphy) walking past a group of reporters and press photographers amid his voiceover in which he justifies the decision to test the nuclear weapon. “We are in a race against the Nazis, and I know what it means if the Nazis have a bomb,” he said.

We are soon introduced to the film’s star cast including Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr., Florence Pugh and many more who play characters based on real people and how they have, in one way or another. another, contributed to the Manhattan. Project.

Although Oppenheimer and Lt. Gen. Leslie Richard Groves Jr. (Matt Damon) justify the move at first, with Groves saying, “This is the most important thing that has ever happened in the history of the world,” the Things start to get tense once Groves asks Oppenheimer the question he should have asked long ago: “So there’s a chance that when we push this button, we’ll destroy the world?” However, they go ahead with the plan as they believed it could end World War II, but what awaited Oppenheimer later was the blame for giving human beings the power to destroy themselves as the world was not prepared.

Filled with beautifully executed jaw-dropping shots with near-perfect visual effects and sets that can be found in Nolan films, the film is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning book “American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J Robert Oppenheimer,” written by Kai Bird and Martin J Sherwin.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nolan and Oscar-nominated cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema gave Oppenheimer an epic visual style, filming with large format film, involving Imax cameras and including austere black-and-white cinematography. The film will be released on all major high-end formats, including Imax 70mm, 70mm and Dolby Cinema.

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