Entertainment“Oppenheimer” becomes the third highest-grossing film of 2023

    “Oppenheimer” becomes the third highest-grossing film of 2023

    Thanks to the recent weekend, “Oppenheimer” was positioned as the third highest-grossing film of 2023, surpassing the successful “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” from Marvel Studios. This suggests that the advertising strategy of “Barbenheimer” was a successbenefiting both films that premiered on the same day, defying expectations that only one of them would be the big winner of the year.

    Despite “Barbie” has become the highest-grossing film of 2023, grossing $1.38 billion in theaters around the world, “Oppenheimer” also performed well with $850 million grossed. “Barbie” and “Super Mario Bros,” with $1.279 million collected, occupy first and second place at the box office this year.

    Thanks to his winnings over the weekend, “Oppenheimer” surpassed the mega production of James Gunn, who apparently says goodbye to the Marvel Universe to focus on DC.

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” grossed $845 million at the box office and now ranks fourth in the ranking of the most successful films of 2023. On the other hand, Christopher Nolan’s film became his highest-grossing film, surpassing “The Dark Knight: The legend rises”, “The Dark Knight” and “Inception”.

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    Besides, “Oppenheimer” is the highest-grossing R-rated moviesurpassing “John Wick 4” by just over one hundred million, and is the sixth largest release of 2023, with $297 million raised at its premiere.

    Cillian Murphy, known for his outstanding performances in films such as Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight” trilogy and the “Peaky Blinders” series, shares how two seemingly unrelated films influenced his portrayal of famed physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer in the film that is sweeping theaters with over 789 millions of dollars in collection.

    In contrast to expectations, Murphy found inspiration for his role in “Oppenheimer” in two classic films that are not directly related to the physicist’s story. “Lawrence of Arabia” (1962), directed by David Lean, provided Murphy with an understanding of the scale and scope of the life of Oppenheimer.

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    While “Amadeus” (1984), which explores the fictional rivalry between Antonio Salieri and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, helped him capture the dynamics of the rivalry between Oppenheimer and Lewis Strauss, played by Robert Downey Jr. in the film.

    The Murphy’s choice of films is not limited to his role in “Oppenheimer”. The Irish actor, known for his appreciation of classic cinema, has shared some of his favorite films, including Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining” (1980), Jerry Schatzberg’s “Scarecrow” (1973), and The Butcher Boy ) (1997) by Neil Jordan, “Mean Streets” (1973) by Martin Scorsese, “The Night of the Hunter” (1955) by Charles Laughton and “Kill List” (2011) by Ben Wheatley. What do you think of this list? Have you seen all these movies?

    The revelation of Cillian Murphy about how seemingly unrelated films influenced his performance in “Oppenheimer” shows how film can be an unexpected source of inspiration for actors. Furthermore, his appreciation for films from different eras and genres demonstrates his love for the seventh art and how this love is reflected in his work as an actor.

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    Shortly after the premiere of “Oppenheimer”, Cillian Murphy revealed details about the film’s production. Remarkably, the film was shot in a record time of 57 days, despite its scale and complexity. Murphy shared his amazement at the efficiency of the filming process, noting that it felt like they were making an independent film despite the considerable budget involved.

    Keep reading:

    “Barbie”, historic box office success for Warner Bros.

    Box office record: Oppenheimer exceeded $500 million dollars since its release

    “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer” grossed more than $368 million in their first week of release

    Oppenheimer and Einstein: the complicated relationship between the “father” of the atomic bomb and the Nobel Prize winner in Physics

    Cillian Murphy does not rule out playing Ken in a second part of the “Barbie” movie

    Source: La Opinion

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