Emily Blunt boards Christopher Nolan’s upcoming biopic ‘Oppenheimer’

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The shooting of the film will start in 2022

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Christopher Nolan’s new project oppenheimer Emily Blunt has got a new cast.

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The actors join Cillian Murphy, Nolan’s running ally for the film, a biopic of physicist Jay Robert Oppenheimer, who was known as the father of the atomic bomb.

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The $100 million film is written by Nolan and produced by wife Emma Thomas. It is based on the Pulitzer Prize winning book by Kai Bird and Martin J Sherwin titled American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer.


OppenheimThe film will be Nolan’s first with Universal since splitting from his long-standing studio Warner Bros.

Almost every film by Nolan since 2002 insomnia Released with Warner Bros. their partnership includes dark Knight trilogy, dunkirco, start And TheoryWhile Warner Bros. handled the international release of Prestige And interstellar.

Christopher Nolan. credit: Alamy

Nolan’s decision to switch to Universal comes after the director plans to simultaneously release his 2021 film slate from Warner Bros. on the streaming service HBO Max.

oppenheimer Marks the latest collaboration of Murphy and Nolan, who have previously worked together Dunkirk, Inception And Batman Begins.

Murphy’s acclaimed series peaky blinders Will release in February 2022.


After originally hinting at a “probably early 2021” release date for season six, director Anthony Byrne hinted at a late 2021 or early 2022 release, digital spy: “If we had started shooting in January (2021), we would not have finished till May or June and then it would have been 6 months of editing,” he said, pointing to a late 2021 or early 2022 release said.

production on oppenheimer Will start in early 2022.

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