Universal Pictures has unveiled the first poster for Oppenheimer

Universal Pictures has unveiled the first poster for Oppenheimer

Universal Pictures has unveiled the first poster for Oppenheimer

 The first "explosive" poster of the film "Oppenheimer" with Cillian Murphy appeared

The actor played the "father of the atomic bomb" Robert Oppenheimer.

Universal Pictures has unveiled the first poster for Oppenheimer, a historical drama starring Cillian Murphy as "the father of the atomic bomb" Robert Oppenheimer. The film was directed by Christopher Nolan, director of Tenet and Inception.

The "explosive" poster showed Murphy himself as the theoretical physicist Oppenheimer. Also in the picture revealed the possible slogan of the picture:


"The world will change forever."

Universal Pictures has unveiled the first poster for Oppenheimer

The addition of Cillian Murphy to the cast of Oppenheimer became known back in 2021. Filming began in February 2022 and ended in May. Murphy has already starred with Christopher Nolan - the actor can be seen in the trilogy "The Dark Knight", as well as in the films "Inception" and "Dunkirk". However, before Oppenheimer, Murphy played only minor characters in Nolan's films.

Oppenheimer is set during World War II. The film will tell about the work of Oppenheimer on the creation of the atomic bomb. He was the head of the Manhattan Project - the name of the US program to develop nuclear weapons.

Oppenheimer will also explore Oppenheimer's personal life. So, in the film, special attention will be paid to the relationship of a physicist with his wife, biologist Katherine Oppenheimer Vissering (Emily Blunt). In addition, psychiatrist, physician and US Communist Party member Jean Tatlock (Florence Pugh), with whom Oppenheimer had an affair, will appear. General Leslie Groves Jr. (Matt Damon) and US Atomic Energy Commission founder Lewis Strauss (Robert Downey Jr.) will also play an important role in the film.

The world premiere of Oppenheimer is scheduled for July 21, 2023.


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