So why could Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer end up at a different studio?
He said the studio’s decision “made no economic sense” and even called HBO Max “the worst streaming service.”
Then in January, it was reported that Nolan was “unlikely” to work with WB again because of the implementation of this day-and-date plan.
The timey-wimey flick starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson ultimately made over $363 million at the global box office when it finally came out in fall 2020.
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