Universal has released the first full trailer for oppenheimerChristopher Nolan’s film about J. Robert Oppenheimer, the scientist closely associated with the invention and detonation of the first atomic bomb in the 1940s.
The tone is epic and serious as we see a bomb assembly being designed and prepared at the Manhattan Project site in New Mexico, while Cillian Murphy, as Oppenheimer, looks on in horror at his creation.
“They won’t fear it until they understand it, and they won’t understand it until they’ve used it,” he says in a voiceover. “I don’t know if he can trust us with such a weapon.”
many of Beginning Y Beginning Director Nolan’s concerns are present and correct: science, explosions, wonder at the mysteries of the universe, fear of the cost of progress. Notably No Present in the trailer are most of the incredibly stellar supporting cast Nolan has assembled for the film, including Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr., Florence Pugh, Benny Safdie, Josh Hartnett, Rami Malek and Kenneth Branagh. , also as a reported one-scene cameo appearance by Gary Oldman.
Nolan, who loves practical effects and shooting on film (oppenheimer is shot on 65mm IMAX film by regular Nolan collaborator Hoyte van Hoytema, including a world first IMAX black-and-white analogue photography sequence) claims to have recreated an atomic test “without the use of computer graphics” For the movie. Oh!
oppenheimer will be released on July 21, 2023, which is the same day that Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie Barbie hits theaters. Barbie was recently the subject of an equally epic, if far less serious, teaser trailer that talks about 2001: A Space Odyssey by Nolan’s idol, Stanley Kubrick.
Although the two movies clearly have different tones, both are among the most anticipated of the coming year (even more so after these trailers), both feature stellar casts and hot directors, and both have a reported budget of $100 million. It’s rare to see two big studio beasts like these head-to-head at the box office.
There is a little more spice in this rivalry: oppenheimer will be distributed by Universal Pictures, in a move for Nolan, who had stayed with Warner Bros. for 20 years before breaking sharply with the studio over its shift to streaming. Barbiedistributor of? Why, is Warner Bros.
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