Christopher Nolan is said to have managed his last film Tenet for over five years. After the film finally hit the exhibition places after various delays last year, the filmmaker appears to finally rise out of the high level sci-fi zone and is by and by ready with his next. As per reports, his next film should be established on J Robert Oppenheimer, the ‘Father of the Atom Bomb’, for which he is at present searching for a distribution studio.
As indicated by a report on Deadline, Nolan is as of now in talks with different studios, who have been examining his screenplay and having discussions with his representatives. The development could create a ruckus as all of the 51-year-old’s movies over the latest twenty years have been connected with Warner Bros. One can’t dismiss the way that the director discussed his failure with the studio over its game plan to put its entire record on HBO Max. While Warner Bros could moreover be a piece of the trades, it no longer participates in Nolan’s tendency like beforehand.
After Dunkirk, Nolan without a doubt wanders into the World War II zone, with the account of J Robert Oppenheimer’s part in the development of the atom bomb. This is, regardless, not the first time that Oppenheimer has been portrayed on the big screen as the 1989 film Fat Man and Little Boy had shown this story. In light of everything, Cilian Murphy could be one of the top runners for the film.
The performer has been a perpetual collaborator with Nolan, straightforwardly from The Dark Knight films, Inception to Dunkirk. Nolan’s Tenet acquired $363 million in the artistic world, and was among the a few gigantic movies to release significantly in the film world during the COVID-19 pandemic. The film, including John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Michael Caine, Elizabeth Debicki and Kenneth Branagh had released on August 26. It was moreover praised at the Oscars, winning the honor in the Best Visual Effects class.