Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, lorence Pugh, Rami Malek, Matt Damon, Gary Oldman, Kenneth Branagh and Josh Hartnett


Christopher Nolan


Hoyte Van Hoytema


The Oppenheimer film draws its inspiration from the highly regarded 2005 biography by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin, titled “American Prometheus.” This captivating cinematic experience delves into the life of the late scientist, exploring both his moral dilemmas in creating the atomic bomb and the alarming global race for armament triggered by his groundbreaking work.

Through the lens of Oppenheimer, we are transported to pivotal moments in history, including the momentous Trinity Test of July 1945. This test marked the first detonation of nuclear weapons under controlled conditions. Director Nolan masterfully recreates these events on screen, eschewing computer graphics for an authentic and chillingly realistic portrayal. The intensity of the visuals is so gripping that you can practically feel the heat emanating from the cinema screen, immersing yourself in the heart-pounding reality of the situation.

Who was Oppenheimer?

Often described as ‘the father of the atomic bomb’, J. Robert Oppenheimer was a theoretical physicist and a pivotal figure in the infamous Manhattan Project that created the most devastating weapons the world had ever seen.

As director of the top-secret Los Alamos laboratory, developing a weapon of death on that scale was a scientific milestone but a moral quandary that haunted Oppenheimer for life, and that conflict burns behind Cillian Murphy’s eyes throughout Nolan’s film.

Release Date:

Oppenheimer is scheduled for release on July 21, 2023, by Universal Pictures.