Universal is more than pleased with the success of Oppenheimer, who, alongside Barbie, easily dominated the box office of the movies this summer. A solid biopic full of great moments, the atomic bomb film was hailed by audiences and critics as one of the best examples of director Christopher Nolan’s talent. Its great protagonist, Cillian Murphy, who has made great sacrifices to give life to the body that the film entitles, confirms that although he is grateful for the role in the work, he is another band in the director’s filmography of Batman Begins said he would have loved Star.
Cillian Murphy is clear about which Christopher Nolan film he would have liked to have been in: and yes, it’s Interstellar.
Oppenheimer is considered by many to be one of the greatest films of this century, which is not to be taken lightly, and while Murphy stars in the film as J. Robert Oppenheimer, accompanied by an excellent Emily Blunt, the actor recently reviewed his other previous projects as well Nolan and explains what he thinks were his great roles or the filmmaker’s best movies. And Murphy, who has acted in films like Dunkirk, Origin or The Dark Knight trilogy, explains that there is one film he would have liked to have been in
In a new interview with The Independent (via ComicBook), Murphy revealed which Nolan movie he would have liked to have been in, and it turned out to be “Interstellar.” Murphy expressed his love for the film about space and the fate of mankind, noting that he felt the “right people” were found for the film and that the cast was perfect. “I love Interstellar because I find it very emotional,” Murphy revealed in the aforementioned medium. “I remember seeing her at the cinema when I was a little kid. She was a big influence on me. When you see yourself on screen you can’t stop thinking about the size of your ears or whatever,” he admits with a laugh.
Oppenheimer is considered Nolan’s most ambitious film and is currently in cinemas.