Christopher Nolan's upcoming film "Oppenheimer" has officially been rated R, according to Universal Pictures. The highly anticipated film, which marks Nolan's first project for the studio, has been the subject of much anticipation and speculation since it was announced.

The film tells the story of J. Robert Oppenheimer, the physicist who played a key role in the development of the atomic bomb. Oppenheimer was a complex figure, both revered as a genius and criticized for his involvement in the creation of a weapon of mass destruction.

Nolan has a reputation for creating visually stunning and intellectually challenging films. His past works, such as "Inception," "Interstellar," and "Dunkirk," have all been critical and commercial successes. With "Oppenheimer," Nolan will likely continue to explore themes of science, morality, and the consequences of human actions.

The decision to rate the film R suggests that Nolan is not shying away from depicting the violence and horror of the atomic bomb's impact. It also reflects the director's desire to create an uncompromising portrayal of Oppenheimer's story and the ethical quandaries he faced.

The cast for "Oppenheimer" has yet to be announced, but rumors suggest that Cillian Murphy

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