‘Oppenheimer’ Will Be Christopher Nolan’s Longest Film
Nolan’s new movie “Oppenheimer” will hit theaters on July 21
Known for his detailed cinematic eye, his mastery of practical effects, and his willingness to push the boundaries of storytelling and action, Christopher Nolan has become one of Hollywood’s most respected directors since “Memento” got all the attention.
The plot of the movie
The director’s latest film “Oppenheimer”, which chronicles the life of American physicist Robert Julius Oppenheimer, the inventor of the atomic bomb, and the creation process of the atomic bomb, will be released on July 21. While moviegoers were looking forward to the movie, which draws attention both with its plot and its star-studded cast, the information about the duration of the movie increased the excitement even more.
Cillian Murphy, an actor Nolan has worked with before, will play Oppenheimer in the movie. Other cast members include Matt Damon, Emily Blunt, Robert Downey Jr., Florence Pugh, Gary Oldman, Alden Ehrenheich, Rami Malek, Kenneth Branagh, and Josh Hartnett.
At 3 hours, “Oppenheimer” will be the longest film in Christopher Nolan’s filmography. The director’s longest film to date was “Interstellar” at 169 minutes. It was followed by “The Dark Knight Rises” with 164 minutes; “The Dark Knight” is Nolan’s longest film, with 152 minutes and “Tenet” at 150 minutes.