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The upcoming epic thriller based on J. Robert Oppenheimer, the enigmatic man who must risk destroying the world in order to save it.
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They should definitely re-release Interstellar. That film gained a crazy cult amongst younger generations.

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Interstellar is so popular among younger generation of audience that makes it a textbook answer to what is the best sci-fi movie ever made.

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Interstellar is as engrained in my generation as E.T. was to my mom`s, Nolan is really on that Spielberg status of pop culture legend.

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‘Oppenheimer’ Is Officially Christopher Nolan’s Biggest Box Office Hit Overseas
Oppenheimer added $1.6 million in its second weekend in Japan, where it has so far accumulated $5.5 million. This took the film’s overseas total to $640 million, overtaking The Dark Knight Rises’ $634 million lifetime haul from more than a decade ago. Oppenheimer has made nearly $330 million domestically, for a cumulative global haul of $970 million. It remains Nolan’s third-biggest hit on the worldwide stage, behind his second and third Batman films — The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises — both of which have grossed over $1 billion each.
https://collider.com/oppenheimer-box-of ... -overseas/

We can rule out that...
Nolan has progressively lost box office prowess and cultural relevance over the last 10 years. This movie is going to make less money than Tenet.

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natalie wrote:
April 9th, 2024, 3:03 pm
‘Oppenheimer’ Is Officially Christopher Nolan’s Biggest Box Office Hit Overseas
Oppenheimer added $1.6 million in its second weekend in Japan, where it has so far accumulated $5.5 million. This took the film’s overseas total to $640 million, overtaking The Dark Knight Rises’ $634 million lifetime haul from more than a decade ago. Oppenheimer has made nearly $330 million domestically, for a cumulative global haul of $970 million. It remains Nolan’s third-biggest hit on the worldwide stage, behind his second and third Batman films — The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises — both of which have grossed over $1 billion each.
https://collider.com/oppenheimer-box-of ... -overseas/

We can rule out that...
Nolan has progressively lost box office prowess and cultural relevance over the last 10 years. This movie is going to make less money than Tenet.
best not to keep kicking a corpse like that eh ? :lol: :gonf:

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Nicolaslabra wrote:
April 10th, 2024, 12:19 am
natalie wrote:
April 9th, 2024, 3:03 pm
‘Oppenheimer’ Is Officially Christopher Nolan’s Biggest Box Office Hit Overseas
Oppenheimer added $1.6 million in its second weekend in Japan, where it has so far accumulated $5.5 million. This took the film’s overseas total to $640 million, overtaking The Dark Knight Rises’ $634 million lifetime haul from more than a decade ago. Oppenheimer has made nearly $330 million domestically, for a cumulative global haul of $970 million. It remains Nolan’s third-biggest hit on the worldwide stage, behind his second and third Batman films — The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises — both of which have grossed over $1 billion each.
https://collider.com/oppenheimer-box-of ... -overseas/

We can rule out that...
Nolan has progressively lost box office prowess and cultural relevance over the last 10 years. This movie is going to make less money than Tenet.
best not to keep kicking a corpse like that eh ? :lol: :gonf:
No no no, keep this trend alive!

Perfect @Natalie :lol:

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Lionheart wrote:
March 21st, 2024, 2:56 pm
They should definitely re-release Interstellar. That film gained a crazy cult amongst younger generations.
I wonder why, I think it's the emotional quality of it.

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