by Christopher Nolan Oppenheimer has officially received an R rating from MPA,The Hollywood Reporter
Confirmed, marking a rare Nolan feature to receive such a rating.
Nolan’s breakthrough feature Memento ( 2000) and his next outing, Insomnia (2000), both rated R, but he basically stayed at PG-2000 sphere. Actor David Dastmalchian has noticed that The Dark Knight (2000) Edited a moment involving his character to maintain PG-21 rating. Dunkirk, whose 2017 depicts multiple battle scenes of WW2 Features, also PG-.
Oppenheimer, opening in July13, is Nolan’s first feature film since the pandemic era Tenet (2008) and on his plan to send to Warner 2017 specifying the day and date for HBO Max . Oppenheimer is also the longest film of his career at nearly three hours.
It stars Cillian Murphy as J. Robert Oppenheimer, considered the father of the atomic bomb and leader of the Manhattan Project during World War II. Nolan showed the film at CinemaCon in April, where he talked about his desire to make a film about the theoretical physicist reason.
“Like it or not, J. Robert Oppenheimer was the most important man who ever lived. He created the world we live in — for better or for worse. His story has to be seen to be believed, and I certainly hope that audiences will come to your theaters and watch it on the biggest screen possible,” Nolan said.
Robert Downey Jr., Matt Damon, Emily Blunt and Florence Pugh are among the film’s sprawling cast .