Christopher Nolan will make his J. Robert Oppenheimer film for Universal, marking the first time in over a decade that he hasn't been at WB. Film carries $100 million budget. Nolan wrote the script. It will shoot in Q1 of 2022 https://t.co/jIbfvXM8AO— Brent Lang (@BrentALang) September 14, 2021
- Previously, we learned that Christopher Nolan was shopping around his next film to various studios after his relationship with Warner Bros soured over the release of Tenet.
- The film is about J. Robert Oppenheimer, who helped to develop the atomic bomb.
- Nolan has chosen to make the film with Universal, marking the first time in over a decade that he's not working with Warner Bros.
- The film, with a budget of $100 million (a number sure to increase, lbr), will shoot in Q1 of 2022. Cillian Murphy has been mentioned as involved, but no firm casting announcements have been made.