Runtime, Cast, Where to Watch, Screen Count, and Review for “Openheimer” Box Office Preview.

“Openheimer” has a runtime of 3 hours and 2 minutes (182 minutes) in India. The movie, in which Christopher Nolan plays the major role, has received an R-rating from every country except India because of nudity.
Openheimer” marks Christopher Nolan’s return! The theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, whose development of the first atomic weapon signaled the start of the atomic era, is the subject of this biographical film. The movie has been getting a lot of attention in India ahead of its July 21 release. Along with others, it features Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, and Robert Downey Jr. In India, a big opening is anticipated.

Runtime and Screen count for Openheimer

“Openheimer” lasts 3 hours and 2 minutes (182 minutes) in India. The movie has a R rating everywhere, but India has not certified it because of nudity. More than 1250 screens across the nation, mostly in large multiplex chains, will show it when it opens. Up to 1500 screens could be included in the final tally by Thursday night.
“Openheimer” stars Florence Pugh as Jean Tatlock, Robert Downey Jr. as Jean Oppenheimer, Emily Blunt as Leslie Groves, Matt Damon as Louis Strauss, and Cillian Murphy as Catherine “Kitty” Oppenheimer.
Casey Affleck as David Hill, Josh Hartnett as Boris Pash, Rami Malek as Niels Bohr, and Kenneth Branagh as Ernest Lawrence
“Openheimer”: Booking in Advance
The huge pre-booking collections for “Openheimer” on its opening day in India demonstrate the excitement around the film. Prior to release, all 2450 INR (taxes excluded) tickets were gone. On Thursday, July 21, late-night shows begin at 7 PM on the deluxe PVR IMAX screens, and the movie opens at 10 PM.

The performance also has tickets available for 1800 INR, but they are almost all gone. The IMAX screenings in Mumbai begin at 1:00 AM, and the available seats are practically all taken. The concerts at 3:00 and 3:30 AM, 7:30 and 8:00 PM, and other late-night times in Mumbai’s IMAX theaters are all sold out.
Nolan wrote and directed the Universal movie “Openheimer”. The novel “American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer” by Kai Bird and the late Martin J. Sherwin served as inspiration for it.

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