The new trailer for Christoper Nolan’s latest cinematic outing – Oppenheimer – has landed ahead of the film’s summer 2023 release.
Following reports that Christopher Nolan and his team physically recreated an atomic blast for the upcoming movie Oppenheimer, anticipation is high that the director is going to produce another pretty special cinematic experience to dazzle and amaze us. Ahead of the film’s release next summer, we can now get our latest proper look at the film as the second trailer has launched.
Despite Nolan working with a tighter budget than he’s used to, the reported $100m production will seemingly see all of that money up on the screen. There’s beautiful cinematography, lavish production design and a mouth-watering cast that includes Cillian Murphy as the titular Oppenheimer, Emily Blunt as Kitty Oppenheimer, Matt Damon as the director of the Manhattan Project, Robert Downey, Jr, Florence Pugh, Benny Safdie and Josh Hartnett.
That’s not even all of the talent that will make it onto the screen, with Kenneth Branagh, Rami Malek, Michael Angarano, Dane DeHaan, Dylan Arnold, David Krumholtz, Jason Clarke, Jack Quaid, Josh Peck, Alex Wolff, Alden Ehrenreich, Matthew Modine and Gary Oldman all set to co-star, not to mention the recreation of that atomic blast.
The film is set to make its bow in July of next year but until then you can catch the trailer below.
And here’s the first trailer from December 2022…
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