The trailer for "Oppenheimer", by Christopher Nolan, promises a visual slap

The trailer for “Oppenheimer”, by Christopher Nolan, promises a visual slap

Universal Studios “Oppenheimer” Poster

Universal Studios

The poster for “Oppenheimer”, the new film by Christopher Nolan, unveiled.

CINEMA – Every new film from Christopher Nolan, director of tenet and Interstellar, is an event. And the next one, which is called Oppenheimershould be no exception to the rule, as evidenced by a first trailer for the feature film by the British-American filmmaker, posted online this Thursday, July 28.

The sequence is brief, it hardly lasts more than a minute. ” The world is changing, reforming itself. It’s your time “We hear Emily Blunt whisper to Cillian Murphy. The star of Peaky Blinders plays the role of American physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, regularly nicknamed ” the father of the atomic bomb”.

A countdown appears on the screen. He indicates ” 11 months, 24 days, 15 hours, 29 minutes “, before giving way to images featuring impressive waves of flames.

The images echo the one chosen for the poster, unveiled a week earlier on the social networks of Universal Pictures, the producer of the feature film.

The film, written by Nolan and produced by Emma Thomas, Charles Roven and Christopher Nolan himself, is an adaptation of the book by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin titled American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer.

I’m interested in the man and what [l’invention de la bombe atomique] did to this individual. Scientific mechanisms aren’t really for me, I don’t have the intellectual capacity to understand them. But these contradictory characters are fascinating “, previously explained his interpreter. Besides Emily Blunt (Without a sound), Cillian Murphy is joined on screen by Robert Downey Jr., Matt Damon, Florence Pugh, but also Rami Malek, Benny Safdie and Josh Hartnett.

In France, it will be in cinemas from July 19, 2023.

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