Oppenheimer finally announces a date for the distribution of its digital and Blu-ray versions following its almost $1 billion box office blockbuster.
Cillian Murphy portrays physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer in Christopher Nolan’s most recent masterwork, which follows his life as he developed the atomic bomb during the Manhattan Project and dealt with severe personal and political repercussions.
On July 21, Oppenheimer had its theatrical debut, and despite being a three-hour, R-rated historical biography, it outperformed expectations by being the third-highest-grossing film of the year.
After three months of Oppenheimer’s box office triumph, Nolan’s movie is finally available on 4K, Blu-ray, and digital on November 21 with more than three hours of bonus features made to duplicate the IMAX experience at home.
Audiences may delve further into the unrivaled filmmaking that went into Oppenheimer thanks to the vast array of bonus features.
When Will Oppenheimer Be Available on Streaming?
In the US, it will be available starting November 21, and in the UK, starting November 22, on DVD, Blu-ray, 4K Ultra HD, and digital platforms. The time between that and its theatrical debut is four months, which is a longer interval than other 2023 releases like Barbie.
A new teaser was released along with the announcement on Twitter:
“Oppenheimer is yours to own on 4K, Blu-ray™, and Digital November 21. Christopher Nolan’s global blockbuster premieres at home with over 3 hours of special features.”
Oppenheimer is yours to own on 4K, Blu-ray™, and Digital November 21. Christopher Nolan’s global blockbuster premieres at home with over 3 hours of special features. pic.twitter.com/qUJRCwPoUC
— Oppenheimer (@OppenheimerFilm) October 17, 2023
We knew that when Nolan signed with Universal (via Screen International), the distributor had agreed to an exclusive theatrical window of 100 days, so it’s not surprising that we’ve had to wait longer than normal for Oppenheimer.
We’ll have to wait a little bit longer since those 100 days will expire in the final week of October. If you just can’t wait until November to see the movie, at least you can still see it in theaters.
Oppenheimer’s 4K, Blu-ray, & Digital Special Features Explained
With more than three hours of bonus features available on Oppenheimer’s 4K, Blu-ray, and digital releases, viewers will be able to replicate the IMAX experience at home and learn more about the film’s exceptional level of craftsmanship.
The 70-minute featurette “The Story of Our Time: The Making of Oppenheimer” is a part of this; it contains in-depth interviews with Nolan, his associates, and the A-list Oppenheimer cast in addition to exclusive behind-the-scenes footage.
This will offer a thorough look at the production, acting, visual effects, music, and artistic vision behind the movie. NBC News’ companion documentary “To End All War: Oppenheimer and the Atomic Bomb” and a “Trinity Anniversary Panel Discussion” chaired by Chuck Todd of NBC are two more special features.
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Nolan will be on a panel with physicists Dr. Kip Thorne, Dr. Carlo Rovelli, and Dr. Thom Mason, the latter of whom serves as the Los Alamos National Laboratory’s current director. Kai Bird, the co-author of American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer, the book on which the movie is based, also participates in the conversation.
The ability to experience Nolan’s cinematic vision in spectacular high definition with immersive audio is perhaps the biggest benefit of 4K and Blu-ray. These formats are also specifically created to produce the shifting 2:20 and 1:78 aspect ratios, identical to what viewers see in IMAX.
Given that Nolan is one of the strongest defenders of the medium, it makes sense that he would try to replicate the IMAX experience at home with Oppenheimer.
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