Details of Christopher Nolan’s New Film About Important World War II Character Revealed | Hollywood


Christopher Nolan is working on a film about WWII scientist J Robert Oppenheimer.

Filmmaker Christopher Nolan has a new film on the anvil, focusing on American theoretical physicist J Robert Oppenheimer, who helped develop the atomic bomb during World War II.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, major Hollywood studios are in the running for Nolan’s new film, which isn’t automatically installed at Warner Bros. The filmmaker and his representatives have been in talks with studios including Sony, Universal and Paramount.

Warner Bros., which has supported all of Nolan’s films since Insomnia in 2002, is also in discussion for the project. Relations between Nolan and Warner Bros. soured last year after the filmmaker expressed his displeasure with the studio for moving its 2021 roster to an overnight HBO Max theatrical and streaming release.

Plot details are sketchy, but the story will focus on Oppenheimer, who is believed to be one of the fathers of the atomic bomb. He was a central figure in the Manhattan Project – the World War II company that developed the first nuclear weapons.

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Nolan recently directed the spy thriller Tenet, starring John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine and Kenneth Branagh. Tenet was the first Hollywood pole to open in theaters after the coronavirus pandemic was forced to stop.

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