“Oppenheimer” became the third-highest-grossing Best Picture Oscar winner in history

“Oppenheimer,” the story of the physicist who developed the atomic bomb, became the third highest-grossing Best Picture winner in history after receiving its statuette at the 96th Academy Awards on March 10. The film was the most nominated and was also the most awarded. It received 7 of its 13 shortlists, including “Best Supporting Actor” (for Robert Downey Jr.), “Best Editing”, “Best Cinematography”, “Best Original Score”, “Best Leading Actor” (for Cillian Murphy), “Best Director” (for Christopher Nolan).” Titanic”Unlike previous years where the winning films had not reached a notable number of audiences such as “Nomadland” (coinciding with the pandemic, and having a more auteur or independent stamp), or “Birdman or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance”; with the exception of “Everything Everywhere All at Once”, which became the most awarded film (until 2023); “Oppenheimer” was placed on a podium that only included two of the winning productions with the highest investment and box office in history.” The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” are “Titanic” and “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” that occupy the first (with more than $2 billion dollars) and second place ($1 billion dollars) among the winners for Best Picture. From Filo.news we prepared a special about the biopic of Nolan and his return to work with Murphy, after his previous ones with the trilogy of “Batman: The Dark Knight”, “Inception” and “Dunkirk”.

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