On Friday, Cillian Murphy took a step back in time while filming sequences for her next film Oppenheimer in Los Angeles. The 45-year-old actor was photographed wearing a charcoal grey suit with high-waisted pants.
Murphy was given a light blue button-up shirt to layer under his blazer and a short red tie by the film’s costume designers. Cillian Murphy took a step back in time while filming sequences for her next film Oppenheimer in Los Angeles on Friday.
As production assistants and other crew members rushed around the set, a fleck of grey appeared in her dark brown hair. On Friday, Murphy wasn’t the only famous name on set. Casey Affleck, star of Manchester by the Sea, was also present and represented.
As he peered down the street, Affleck, 46, wore a brown shirt with a matching tie, as is customary for military members, and grey slacks. The 45-year-old actor was photographed wandering around the set in a charcoal grey suit with high-waisted pants.
As he peered down the street, Casey Affleck, 46, wore a brown shirt with a matching tie, as is customary for military members, and grey slacks.
Cillian Murphy in Grey Suit
His black hair was perfectly groomed to the right and he wore brown loafers. Murphy has been sighted on set with a slew of celebrities in the last two weeks, including Ben Affleck. Robert Downey Jr., Emily Blunt from Mary Poppins Returns, Matt Damon from The Martian, and Dane DeHaan from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 were all on set with Peaky actor Blinders recently.
A number of celebrities have recently visited the set, including Robert Downey Jr., who will play US Secretary of Commerce Lewis Strauss (seen left in 2013). Matt Damon (seen right in 2021) arrived on set dressed in a military outfit.
Not to mention Gary Oldman, Florence Pugh, Rami Malek, Josh Hartnett, Jack Quaid, and a slew of other actors who appear in the picture. The book American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer, written by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin in 2006, is the inspiration for the film Oppenheimer.
It chronicles Oppenheimer’s life while he worked on the atomic bomb as part of the shadowy Manhattan Project during WWII. His efforts resulted in the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, a horrific attack that killed thousands and brought World War II to a close.
Emily Blunt, pictured in 2021 as Oppenheimer’s loving wife and biologist Katherine Oppenheimer Vissering, will play Oppenheimer’s loving wife and biologist Katherine Oppenheimer Vissering. Christopher Nolan, photographed on set, directs the film based on an adapted script he created.
After the bombs were dropped, Oppenheimer advocated for nuclear arms limitation in order to prevent a nuclear war with the former Soviet Union. After years of smoking cigarettes, Oppenheimer died of throat cancer in 1967. He was 62 years old at the time.
Christopher Nolan is directing the picture, which is based on an adapted screenplay he co-wrote. Universal Pictures has scheduled a 21 July 2023 release date for the film.