Christopher Nolan is looking forward to his next World War II movie, this time being a biopic about the inventor of the atomic bomb, Robert Oppenheimer. It is known that Nolan is looking forward to working with a studio other than Warner Bros.
according to For a Deadline report After Nolan’s Tenet movie, he will return to the past during World War II again, and the film will focus on “Robert Oppenheimer” and his role in the development of the atomic bomb.
According to the report, he also indicated that “Nolan” has begun to market his new movie to many major production companies, and it appears that “Nolan” is fulfilling his promise not to work again with Warner Bros., especially after the company decided to release its new films on the same day they are shown in cinemas on the HBO service. MaX, a move that made Nolan completely reject it, along with other directors such as “James Jean” and “Denis Villeneuve” as well as “Patty Jenkins”.
For those who do not know who “Oppenheimer” is, he is an American physicist who was critical to the “Manhattan Project” in the United States, a top-secret operation tasked with developing the first nuclear weapons. Oppenheimer was there during the Trinity test in New Mexico, the site of the first successful detonation of an atomic bomb in 1945. But after the atomic bombs were detonated in the cities of Nagasaki and Hiroshima in Japan, Oppenheimer made opposition open proliferation of nuclear weapons.
Deadline’s report doesn’t contain any details about Nolan’s new movie crew, but some claims have surfaced that Nolan communicated with ‘Dunkirk’ star Killian Murphy, who is also the star of the popular Peaky Blinders series.