20 June 2024
Oppenheimer starring Cillian Murphy and Emily Blunt coming to UK and Ireland from 21st July

OPPENHEIMER, written and directed by Christopher Nolan

A Tense Second Oppenheimer Trailer ‘Explodes’ Online!

After releasing a recent ‘timebomb’ of a poster, it comes with no surprise we now have a new UK Trailer for Oppenheimer. This morning Universal Pictures have released the second full promo for Christopher Nolan‘s new film which teases the tension and that things are going to get ‘explosive’!

Some cinephiles may not enjoy what Nolan delivers, you cannot deny he knows how to assemble a cast. This latest trailer shows off that cast in their element, tension filled, plenty of action and suspense. We do see a destructive element on show as well with Cillian Murphy as J.Robert Oppenheimer the father of the nuclear bomb. That destruction in what he has created, his own mental wellbeing but also Florence Pugh as Jean Tatlock his secretary. Whom may have a love affair with our titular character, he is also married to Emily Blunt is wife, the biologist and botanist Katherine “Kitty” Oppenheimer.

This is one film we know the final outcome, what maybe judged is Nolan‘s narrative and his IMAX epic visuals. We are onboard and cannot wait to see this!

Related Post: New Oppenheimer Poster Is A ‘Ticking Timebomb’ For Cillian Murphy

The movie follows theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer (Cillian Murphy), the director of the Los Alamos Laboratory during the Manhattan Project (started in 1939 it ran from 1942 to 1946) and his contributions that led to the creation of the very first atomic bomb during World War II.

The film’s line-up also includes Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr.  along with Rami Malek, Benny Safdie, Josh Hartnett, Dane DeHaan, Jack Quaid, Matthew ModineAlden Ehrenreich, Jason Clarke, David Krumholtz, Kenneth Branagh, and David Dastmalchian.

This release date maybe the same day as a film about a certain iconic doll, Universal Pictures are STILL releasing Oppenheimer in UK, Irish and U.S Cinemas on 21st July.


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