After the success of superhero and science fiction movies, this time director Christopher Nolan is preparing to release his latest film that focuses on the biographical father of the world’s atomic bomb. war drama genre oppenheimer itself is a movie adapted from the true story of J. Robert Oppenheimer when he succeeded in creating the first nuclear weapon at the end of the World War II era. What’s even more epic, according to the latest footage, is the process behind the scenes. oppenheimer you could say very minimal CGI.
As Nolan’s first film not distributed by Warner Bros., but by Universal Pictures, oppenheimer determined to have an R-rated adult rating alias. Where throughout the duration of the film which reaches 181 minutes later, we will see an impressive performance from the stars of Hollywood. Including Cillian Murphy as Oppenheimer, alongside Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr., Florence Pugh and many more. Now, through behind-the-scenes footage, it has also been revealed that the filmmakers were involved in the film. oppenheimer they had put everything they had.
The behind-the-scenes video, which runs around 6:25 minutes, outlines the locations and massive filming properties prepared by Nolan and his entire team to bring the film to life. oppenheimer. In his video, Nolan tells a lot about the filming process, which is quite strict and full of calculations to make everything look real. Including how he ultimately cast Cillian Murphy in the role of Oppenheimer, which he says still requires great acting from other talented actors.
What’s interesting is that the behind-the-scenes process itself is in keeping with Nolan’s earlier promise. Where the explosion featured in the film was born from the actual process and dedication of the team. It’s clear that the property crew oppenheimer to make a replica of the Trinity nuclear bomb explosion, complete with test houses located in Los Alamos. For those who don’t know, Trinity itself was the world’s first nuclear bomb test detonation which occurred on July 16, 1945 in Los Alamos, Mexico.
Even though explosion after explosion is visible behind the scenes oppenheimer almost entirely real, it should be noted that Nolan didn’t use a real nuke at all. So we don’t have to worry about the fate of the cast and crew, because they’re not exposed to actual radiation, let alone die of cancer years later. But what are the results of this very ambitious filming process? The answer will be revealed when the film opens on July 21.