oppenheimer Director Christopher Nolan suggests his follow-up to the critically acclaimed biographical thriller won’t be “sad” for audiences.
Speaking with Yahoo, Nolan discussed in detail his upcoming filmmaking plans following the global success of oppenheimer, which has been met with major awards success since its release last summer. Although he has not yet confirmed what his next project will be, he hopes it will be lighter than R-rated oppenheimer, “It’s great to sit here and talk to you about the success of the film. It’s a huge privilege. But the subject matter is much darker. It’s nihilistic. And, yes, there’s a part of me that’s quite eager to move on. And maybe do something that, you know, isn’t so depressing,” he said.
Nolan is currently plugging Blu-ray and 4K copies oppenheimer, emphasizing that audiences should get the home video version instead of relying on “bad” streamers to show it, noting that they can pull the film at any time. Although he is proud to talk about it oppenheimer Given its quality and success, he is ready to move on from it and claims, “Part of me wants to leave the story behind.”
Whereas oppenheimer A thriller that chronicles the eponymous theoretical physicist’s role in the Manhattan Project, the initiative that launched the world’s first nuclear weapons, Nolan himself agrees with the quip that the summer blockbuster reads like a horror movie. led by oppenheimer, Nolan detailed how the entertaining, sometimes disturbing content caused film audiences to walk out of screenings. However, it is this emotional intensity that has led others to praise the film and call it one of Nolan’s best films.
result to oppenheimer Stay historical. Starring Cillian Murphy in the lead roles with Emily Blunt, Robert Downey Jr., Matt Damon and Florence Pugh, oppenheimer has grossed over $950 million worldwide, becoming the most profitable biopic and second highest-grossing R-rated film of all time. The film also became a major profit booster for IMAX, establishing itself as one of the best-performing titles ever for the major cinema chain. It recently received a one-week repeat run in its theatres.
oppenheimerThe home video and digital versions of will include over three hours of bonus content, including a behind-the-scenes featurette with Nolan explaining how the film was made, as well as an exclusive NBC documentary. The release of the home and online versions will take place exactly four months after the launch oppenheimerTheatrical debut of.
oppenheimer Will be available via Digital, Blu-ray and 4K on November 21st.