The Top notch cast of Christopher Nolan’s A-bomb epic Oppenheimer all concur the film’s star, Irish entertainer Cillian Murphy, gives the exhibition of his life as J. Robert Oppenheimer, the American physicist who drove the U.S. work to make a nuclear bomb during The Second Great War. However, they likewise concur that his dark blue eyes can be diverting while acting inverse him.
In a group interview with Emily Blunt and Murphy, Matt Damon, 52, tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue, “It’s a real problem when you’re doing scene work with Cillian.” The Oscar victor plays the head of Oppenheimer’s Manhattan Task, Gen. Leslie Forests. ” In some cases you wind up swimming in his eyes,” he says.
Gruff, 40, who plays Oppenheimer’s disturbed spouse, Kitty, in the interim jokes: ” It’s like that ‘Sea Eyes’ tune by Billie Eilish. We simply murmur it the entire day.” ” They’re not even that blue!” shouts Murphy, 47, in light of his costars’ remarks.
In the gathering interview, Gruff likened recording the film with the rambling cast in New Mexico to being at “day camp.”
She recollects, “We were all in the same hotel in the middle of the New Mexican desert.” We just had one another. Me and Matt were flat mates and we were like, ‘We should go to eat.’ ” Unfortunately for Murphy, he seldom got to jump in and let loose because of the overwhelming assignment of driving Nolan’s film.
“The sheer volume of what he needed to take on and shoulder is so great,” wonders Obtuse. ” Obviously he would have rather not come and eaten with us.” Damon concurs, saying, “He proved unable. He had too much on his plate.”
Adds Murphy, “You know that when you play those enormous parts, that obligation, you feel it’s sort of overpowering.”
Oppenheimer is currently playing in theaters.