In a stellar cast Oppenheimer Christopher Nolanfinally, after a few days in Italy, the beloved also appears Florence Pugh like Jean Tatlock, the first love of J. Robert Oppenheimer, whose fate was closely connected with the fate of the physicist, although their story did not materialize.
Although the figure of Tatlock was certainly important in the life of the great scientist, his role in the Nolan film it is clearly less compared to other peers such as Matt Damon or Emily Blunt. In an interview with MTV, Pugh said that it was because of this that the director himself he apologized in advance when choosing her for the role.
“Chris really wanted to make sure you know it’s not going to be a big role”the actress said “and he sympathized if I decided to refuse. I replied, “I don’t care. Even if she’s just a waitress in the cafe in the background, I want to do it.”
“I remember it he apologized for the “greatness” of the roleand I said, “Please don’t apologize”Pugh added. “And then he told me: “We will send you the script, read it and make a decision, I absolutely understand that this is not a full-fledged role.” All’s Well That Ends Well: The actress’ final choice is certainly a testament to her admiration for Nolan and desire to work with him.
Written and directed by Nolan, the film is based on the book by Kai Byrd and Martin J. Sherwin. American Prometheus: Triumph and Tragedy by J. Robert Oppenheimer, which brought its authors the prestigious Pulitzer Prize. The cast involved is clearly “all-star” and it shows Cillian Murphy in the role of the protagonist, the scientist was considered the “father” of the atomic bomb, and Emily Blunt will be his wife, the communist botanist Katherine Oppenheimer.
Robert Downey Jr. shown as Lewis Strauss, Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, and Matt Damon played by Leslie Groves, director of the Manhattan Project. They complete the rest of the cast Kenneth Branagh, Florence Pugh, Rami Malek, Josh Hartnett, Dane DeHaan, Jack Quaid, Matthew Modine, Benny Safdie, Michael Angarano, Dylan Arnold, Alden Ehrenreich AND David Kramholtz.
To see Oppenheimer in Italy we will have to wait a little more: in fact it will arrive in cinemas August 23, 2023.
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