Christopher Nolan’s latest movie and sequel to the 2019 movie Tenet.
The film starring Cillian Murphy, a longtime collaborator of Nolan, as J. Robert Oppenheimer, one of the fathers of the atomic bomb and director of the Manhattan Project.
Sensational teasers feature eerie images of explosions, energy that consumes all of the sun, and an ominous message about the desires and pride of a man.
The clock is ticking. Cillian Murphy is trying to change the world with a hat, but he may not be the best.
The teaser was attached to a show by Jordan Peele’s Nope. The filmmaker previously released a similar theater-only release for the Tenet teaser in August 2019.
This was done before the Hobbs & Shaw screening. Nolan wrote and directed Oppenheimer, and his creative partner and wife Emma Thomas produced with Atlas Entertainment’s Charles Lowen.
At the beginning of Thursday, he released the first poster of the movie.
It showed Murphy as Oppenheimer walking in a cloud of fire and smoke.
Scheduled to be released on July 21, 2023, the project is based on the victory and tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer by American Prometheus.
Kai Bird and the late Martin J. Sherwin. Published in 2005, the book won the Pulitzer Prize.