The tape is finally approved to start production in the first quarter of 2022
Mexico city. – Universal Pictures won funding and the right to distribute the next film directed by Christopher Nolan, which is based on a film about J. Robert Oppenheimer and his development of the atomic bomb Adapted from the script of the role played in.
Oppenheimer, a theoretical scientist and director at Los Alamos Laboratory was responsible for the research and development that led to the “Manhattan Project,” the bomb that ended World War II. Nolan and Emma Thomas will co-produce the film for Syncopy Inc.
Deadline sources claim that the film will be approved for production in the first quarter (2022). It appears that Hillian Murphy (Peaky Blinders), will be the lead role.
This announcement ended Nolan’s long-standing cooperation with Warner Bros. which resulted in the Dark Knight trilogy and Inception, Dunkirk, Creed, and more recently, the Creed.
Prior to reaching an agreement with Universal Pictures the director had been working with several studios in recent week’s to help him defuse the project that started with a $100 million budget. Nolan had spoken with Warner Bros. but their relationship became difficult.
The filmmaker remains uneasy about Warner’s decision to simultaneously release its full list of 2021 premieres on HBO Max, and the studio is upset with his public comments expressing dissatisfaction. Nolan called HBO Max “the most terrible streaming service.”
Nolan’s latest film, “Creed,” was released by Warner Bros. in the midst of the pandemic. It was a box office disaster. The director demanded that the film only be shown in theaters.