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‘Oppenheimer’ Director Christopher Nolan And Star Cillian Murphy On The Slow Fuse That Led To Their Big Bang At The Box Office - deadline.com
deadline.com
21.02.2024 / 18:55

‘Oppenheimer’ Director Christopher Nolan And Star Cillian Murphy On The Slow Fuse That Led To Their Big Bang At The Box Office

In some ways, Oppenheimer, Christopher Nolan’s biggest non-superhero movie, was a product of the pandemic. Until the winter of 2020, the director had been loyal to Warner Bros., and their logo was to be found on every film that Nolan either wrote, directed or produced.

Christopher Nolan left this heartwarming note on Cillian Murphy’s ‘Oppenheimer’ script - www.nme.com
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20.02.2024 / 19:19

Christopher Nolan left this heartwarming note on Cillian Murphy’s ‘Oppenheimer’ script

Cillian Murphy has disclosed details of a very personal and touching note that Christopher Nolan left on his original script for Oppenheimer.Murphy signed on to take the lead role in the film after reading the script, earning acclaim from across the board. He won the BAFTA for Best Actor in a Leading Role this week, and is the bookies’ favourite to do the same at the Oscars next month.And now, in an interview with CBS’ 60 Minutes, Murphy has revealed the personal touch from the director that greeted him when he first picked up the script.“Dearest Cillian.

Christopher Nolan Left Cillian Murphy a Heartfelt Note on His ‘Oppenheimer’ Script Cover: ‘Dearest Cillian. Finally, a Chance to See You Lead’ - variety.com - Britain
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20.02.2024 / 16:32

Christopher Nolan Left Cillian Murphy a Heartfelt Note on His ‘Oppenheimer’ Script Cover: ‘Dearest Cillian. Finally, a Chance to See You Lead’

Zack Sharf Digital News Director Cillian Murphy recently joined CBS’ “60 Minutes” for an interview on his “Oppenheimer” awards campaign tour and showed off his copy of the script written and directed by Christopher Nolan. In classic Nolan fashion, the screenplay is printed on red paper and written in black ink so it can’t be photocopied. It also includes a heartfelt note on the title page that Nolan wrote to Murphy: “Dearest Cillian.

Cillian Murphy's wife and life off screen as he 'hates' fame and lives in home with no internet - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Hollywood - Ireland - Dublin
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19.02.2024 / 12:47

Cillian Murphy's wife and life off screen as he 'hates' fame and lives in home with no internet

Oppenheimer star Cillian Murphy leads a quiet life away from the spotlight with his wife and two sons.

Christopher Nolan Recognizes Those Who Have ‘Fought Long and Hard to Reduce the Number of Nuclear Weapons’ After Winning First-Ever BAFTA for ‘Oppenheimer’ - variety.com - Britain
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18.02.2024 / 20:19

Christopher Nolan Recognizes Those Who Have ‘Fought Long and Hard to Reduce the Number of Nuclear Weapons’ After Winning First-Ever BAFTA for ‘Oppenheimer’

Christopher Nolan has won the BAFTA Award for best director for “Oppenheimer.” In his acceptance speech, he said that while his film ended on a “dramatically necessary note of despair,” he wanted to spotlight the “individuals and organizations who have fought long and hard to reduce the number of nuclear weapons in the world.” “In accepting this I do just want to acknowledge their efforts and point out they show the necessity and potential of efforts for peace,” he added. The British director also said that it was an “incredible honor to be back home, to get this from BAFTA, in the festival hall where my my mum and dad used to drag me to make me have some culture.

Cillian Murphy Thanks His ‘Oppenhomies’ After BAFTA Leading Actor Win: ‘I’m in Awe of You’ - variety.com - county Bradley - county Cooper - county Nolan
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18.02.2024 / 20:19

Cillian Murphy Thanks His ‘Oppenhomies’ After BAFTA Leading Actor Win: ‘I’m in Awe of You’

Cillian Murphy shouted out his “Oppenhomies” while accepting his leading actor BAFTA award. After thanking the film’s director Christopher Nolan, producer Emma Thomas and Universal Pictures chief Donna Langley, Murphy said: “I want to thank my fellow nominees and my Oppenhomies and, in fact, all of you in the room. I know it’s a cliché to say I’m in awe of you, but I genuinely am in awe.” Murphy played J.

‘Small Things Like These’ Review: Cillian Murphy Anchors Chillingly Effective Religious Drama [Berlinale] - theplaylist.net - Ireland - Berlin
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17.02.2024 / 18:25

‘Small Things Like These’ Review: Cillian Murphy Anchors Chillingly Effective Religious Drama [Berlinale]

Something eerie is afoot in the small Irish town of Wexford, where coal merchant Bill Furlong (Cillian Murphy) raises five young daughters alongside his wife, Eileen (Eileen Walsh). It’s Christmastime 1985, the busiest time of the year for the Furlong family business, but Bill is not feeling like himself.

Here’s why Michael Caine isn’t in longtime collaborator Christopher Nolan’s ‘Oppenheimer’ - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
16.02.2024 / 13:59

Here’s why Michael Caine isn’t in longtime collaborator Christopher Nolan’s ‘Oppenheimer’

Christopher Nolan has revealed the reason why his longtime collaborator Michael Caine didn’t appear in Oppenheimer.The Oscar-nominated film took the box office by storm last year, and saw Cillian Murphy take on the role of the titular theoretical physicist who helped develop the first nuclear bomb.The project marked Murphy’s sixth time working with the renowned director, and first time taking on the lead role following supporting slots in Batman Begins and Dunkirk.However, Oppenheimer did not feature an appearance from another one of the director’s longtime collaborators: Michael Caine.The London actor has featured in eight of his films including The Dark Knight, Inception, Dunkirk, The Prestige and Interstellar, and speaking at the British Film Institute chairman’s dinner, Nolan shed light on why he didn’t take on a role in the 2023 blockbuster.Accepting the BFI Fellowship, Nolan explained that he was willing to have Caine in the movie, but the actor jokingly turned it down, saying: “OK, enough is enough” (via Variety).Discussing his reaction to Caine sitting Oppenheimer out, Nolan said: “I had to go off on my own. OK, I haven’t got Michael Caine, I’d better get Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr, Kenneth Branagh, Emily Blunt, Florence Pugh, Josh Hartnett, Cillian Murphy, Tom Conti, and hoped that all those greats would add up to one Michael Caine.”He later added: “So many people have helped me, so many people have been there for me, in so many different ways.

Cillian Murphy reveals unusual way Christopher Nolan delivers his scripts - www.nme.com - Britain - Ireland
nme.com
15.02.2024 / 21:02

Cillian Murphy reveals unusual way Christopher Nolan delivers his scripts

Cillian Murphy has revealed that director Christopher Nolan typically sends one of his family members to deliver top-secret film scripts to him.Nolan and Murphy have worked together on six films – their most recent project being the Oscar-nominated Oppenheimer, in which the actor stars as the titular theoretical physicist who helped developed the first nuclear bomb.In a new interview with British GQ, Murphy said that Nolan usually makes sure the scripts for his unreleased films are delivered to him by hand.“It’s been his mum who’s delivered the script to me before. Or his brother; he’ll go away and come back in three hours.” Murphy said.“Part of it has to do with keeping the story secret before it goes out.

Cillian Murphy on Exploring the ‘Collective Trauma’ of Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries in New Film ‘Small Things Like These’: ‘Art Can Be a Really Useful Balm’ - variety.com - Ireland - Berlin
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15.02.2024 / 14:13

Cillian Murphy on Exploring the ‘Collective Trauma’ of Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries in New Film ‘Small Things Like These’: ‘Art Can Be a Really Useful Balm’

Ellise Shafer During the Berlin Film Festival press conference for his newest film “Small Things Like These,” Cillian Murphy reflected on the “collective trauma” of Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries. “Small Things Like These” focuses on the “horrific asylums run by Roman Catholic institutions from the 1820s until 1996, ostensibly to reform ‘fallen young women,’” according to its synopsis.

‘Oppenheimer’ Stars Cillian Murphy & Matt Damon Talk Reteam On Berlin Opener ‘Small Things Like These’, How They Met & That One Thing A Future Collaboration Would Require: Q&A - deadline.com - Berlin - state New Mexico
deadline.com
15.02.2024 / 13:32

‘Oppenheimer’ Stars Cillian Murphy & Matt Damon Talk Reteam On Berlin Opener ‘Small Things Like These’, How They Met & That One Thing A Future Collaboration Would Require: Q&A

EXCLUSIVE: Passing the time between Oppenheimer takes in a New Mexico bunker one morning at about 4am, Cillian Murphy and Matt Damon sowed the seeds of a future collaboration. Fast-forward to today, and Small Things Like These is opening the Berlin Film Festival. 

‘Oppenheimer’ star Cillian Murphy refuses to take photos with his fans - nypost.com
nypost.com
15.02.2024 / 09:49

‘Oppenheimer’ star Cillian Murphy refuses to take photos with his fans

he told GQ, “it changed my life. I just think it’s better to say hello and have a little conversation. I tell that to a lot of people, you know, actor friends of mine, and they’re just like, ‘I feel so bad.’ But you don’t need a photo record of everywhere you’ve been in a day.”During his interview with the outlet, Murphy was approached by an admirer that wanted a picture.

Cillian Murphy on Taking an Awards Season Break With Berlin Opener ‘Small Things Like These,’ Getting the ‘Band Back Together’ for ’28 Days Later’ Sequels - variety.com - Ireland - Germany - Berlin
variety.com
15.02.2024 / 09:47

Cillian Murphy on Taking an Awards Season Break With Berlin Opener ‘Small Things Like These,’ Getting the ‘Band Back Together’ for ’28 Days Later’ Sequels

Alex Ritman With the 2023-24 awards season galloping towards the finish line, the whirlwind of ceremonies, red carpets, dinners and other glitzy occasions for feted stars of the moment to be feted some more is keeping most of the nominees exceptionally busy. Among the busiest must be Cillian Murphy, tipped to add both Oscar and BAFTA wins to the Golden Globe he’s already won for his lead turn in “Oppenheimer.” But just as his diary demands reach near farcical levels of back-to-back events, the Irish actor is making a quick detour to Germany to open the Berlinale.

Christopher Nolan was “a little afraid” of Robert Downey Jr. when they first met - www.nme.com - New York - county Nolan
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14.02.2024 / 19:09

Christopher Nolan was “a little afraid” of Robert Downey Jr. when they first met

Christopher Nolan has responded to Robert Downey Jr.’s recent viral comments, revealing that he was slightly “afraid” of the actor when they first met.The actor – who has been nominated for an Oscar for his performance in Nolan’s latest movie, Oppenheimer – revealed that he had met with the director in the early ’00s in hopes to play the villain Scarecrow in Batman Begins.Downey shared that Nolan didn’t seem interested in casting the future Iron Man star, saying: “He was polite and all that. But you can tell when someone is kind of like, “It’s not going to go anywhere.’”Now, in an interview with the actor for The New York Times, Nolan has confirmed the story.“I 100 per cent knew you weren’t the guy,” said Nolan, who ultimately went on to cast Cillian Murphy in the role of Scarecrow.“In my head that was already cast.

‘Small Things Like These’ Clip: Cillian Murphy & Emily Watson In First Look At Berlin Film Festival Opener - deadline.com - Ireland - county Ross - Berlin
deadline.com
14.02.2024 / 18:46

‘Small Things Like These’ Clip: Cillian Murphy & Emily Watson In First Look At Berlin Film Festival Opener

EXCLUSIVE: On Thursday, the Berlin Film Festival will kick off with the world premiere of Small Things Like These, starring Cillian Murphy, who also produces, and marking the first time an Irish movie opens the Berlinale. In the exclusive first-look at the 1985-set drama (check it out above), Murphy’s family man Bill Furlong comes face-to-face with Emily Watson’s formidable Sister Mary whose convent is concealing dark and disturbing secrets.

Christopher Nolan Admits ‘I Was a Little Afraid’ of Robert Downey Jr. When They First Met for ‘Batman Begins’ Because ‘I’d Heard Stories About How Crazy’ He Was - variety.com - New York - county Nolan - city Downey
variety.com
13.02.2024 / 23:27

Christopher Nolan Admits ‘I Was a Little Afraid’ of Robert Downey Jr. When They First Met for ‘Batman Begins’ Because ‘I’d Heard Stories About How Crazy’ He Was

Zack Sharf Digital News Director Robert Downey Jr. made headlines earlier this month when he revealed that he first met his “Oppenheimer” director Christopher Nolan back in the early 2000s in order to nab the role of Scarecrow in the director’s 2005 superhero tentpole “Batman Begins.” Downey said Nolan wasn’t too interested in casting him, which Nolan fully admitted in a recent interview with the actor for The New York Times. “I 100% knew you weren’t the guy [for Scarecrow],” said Nolan, who eventually cast his “Oppenheimer” leading man Cillian Murphy as the Batman villain.

Cillian Murphy Calls Press Tours a ‘Broken Model’ Because ‘Everybody Is So Bored,’ Says ‘Red Eye’ Is a Fine B-Movie but ‘I Don’t Think It’s a Good Movie’ - variety.com
variety.com
13.02.2024 / 21:37

Cillian Murphy Calls Press Tours a ‘Broken Model’ Because ‘Everybody Is So Bored,’ Says ‘Red Eye’ Is a Fine B-Movie but ‘I Don’t Think It’s a Good Movie’

Zack Sharf Digital News Director Cillian Murphy‘s “Oppenheimer” press tour is now in its final stages as the actor does his final weeks of campaigning in the lead up to the Oscars, where he’s nominated for best actor thanks to his leading turn in Christopher Nolan’s atom bomb epic. If it were up to Murphy, there might not have been a press tour to begin with.

Cillian Murphy says he hasn’t seen many of his own films - www.nme.com - USA - Indiana - county Nolan
nme.com
13.02.2024 / 19:59

Cillian Murphy says he hasn’t seen many of his own films

Cillian Murphy has revealed that he hasn’t watched many of his own films.Speaking to GQ in a recent interview, the Oppenheimer star shared: “Many of my films I haven’t seen,” adding that actor Johnny Depp often said the same.“It’s actually true. Generally the ones I haven’t seen are the ones I hear are not good.”One example of a film of his which he has seen is the 2005 movie Red Eye, starring Rachel McAdams and Brian Cox, and directed by Wes Craven.The Batman Begins star spoke about the psychological thriller, in which he plays a seemingly polite and charming flight passenger, who is ultimately revealed to be part of a terrorist organisation planning to assassinate a US Senator.Murphy said: “I love Rachel McAdams and we had fun making it.

‘Oppenheimer’ star Cillian Murphy rips his 2005 film ‘Red Eye’: ‘Not a good movie’ - nypost.com - USA - Miami - county Dallas
nypost.com
13.02.2024 / 18:01

‘Oppenheimer’ star Cillian Murphy rips his 2005 film ‘Red Eye’: ‘Not a good movie’

“Oppenheimer” star Cillian Murphy rips into his 2005 movie “Red Eye” in GQ magazine’s latest March cover story.“I love Rachel McAdams and we had fun making it,” Murphy told GQ. “But I don’t think it’s a good movie. It’s a good B movie.”In the psychological thriller, directed by Wes Craven, Murphy plays Jackson Rippner, who’s seated next to Lisa Reisert (McAdams) on a red-eye flight from Dallas to Miami — and whose evil terrorist intentions are revealed once the plane takes off when he tells her he’s going to assassinate the US deputy head of Homeland Security.“When I was a younger actor, I was really, really hard on everything that I was in,” said Murphy (“Peaky Blinders”).

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