Emily Blunt wears a navy blazer as she joins star Cillian Murphy between Oppenheimer takes
Emily Blunt and Cillian Murphy were spotted relaxing between takes on the Los Angeles set of their new movie Oppenheimer on Tuesday.
The 39-year-old Jungle Cruise star was seen cooling off with a drink as she stayed in her blue skirt suit.
Murphy, 45, who plays atomic bomb mastermind J. Robert Oppenheimer, was spotted nearby chatting with another actor in his spare time.
Take five: Emily Blunt, 39, wore a navy blazer and matching midi skirt on Tuesday as she took a break from filming Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer film in Los Angeles
Emily was dressed in a navy blue blazer with rounded button flaps on her hips and a gold brooch on one of her lapels.
The jacket was paired with a matching midi skirt that showed off her legs at the bottom.
Her short brunette locks were styled in delicate waves, and she sported crimson lipstick and nails to match.
The Quiet Place star had replaced his period-appropriate shoes with much more comfortable black Ugg boots.
She cooled off with a white insulated mug adorned with a lipstick-stained straw.
Chill: The film’s star, Cillian Murphy, 45, was also spotted chatting with another actor. He was engulfed in a period-appropriate charcoal suit, but seemed to enjoy removing his tie and unbuttoning his shirt.
The Boss: Director Christopher Nolan wasn’t dressed too differently from his stars in his black blazer and gray waistcoat
Cillian looked relieved to take off his tie as he walked away from the set through a parking lot.
He was dressed in a warm, three-piece charcoal suit that hung loosely over his body, in keeping with the style of the time.
The Batman Begins actor unbuttoned his white shirt as he chatted with another actor walking alongside him, and he wore the dark green tie thrown at his side.
Director Christopher Nolan wasn’t dressed too differently from his stars with his black blazer and gray waistcoat.
He wore a pale blue shirt, which he contrasted with brown pants and matching leather shoes.
Nolan has cultivated a long relationship with Murphy, who is a regular member of his returning supporting cast.
The two first worked together on Batman Begins in 2005, and Murphy appeared in its sequels The Dark Knight and The Dark Night Rises, along with Inception and Dunkirk.
Story: Emily stars in Oppenheimer as the wife of main character Kitty Oppenheimer, whom he married in 1940. They moved to Los Alamos, New Mexico shortly after the start of World War II to work on the project Manhattan, of which Robert was the director. of; seen on April 13 in New Jersey
Emily stars in Oppenheimer as the wife of main character Kitty Oppenheimer, whom he married in 1940.
Kitty was born in Germany in 1910 and immigrated to the United States in 1913.
She first studied music and biology and was married to two other men before marrying Oppenheimer in 1940.
The couple moved to Los Alamos, New Mexico shortly after the start of World War II to work on the Manhattan Project, of which Robert was the director.
The research group was responsible for creating the first atomic bombs, and the devastating explosives would later be dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki later in the war.
Star-studded: Oppenheimer will feature an incredible star cast, including Kenneth Branagh, Matt Damon, Florence Pugh, Gary Oldman, Rami Malek, Josh Hartnett and more
Oppenheimer will feature an incredible all-star cast that also includes Kenneth Branagh, Matt Damon, Florence Pugh, Gary Oldman, Rami Malek, Josh Hartnett and more.
It is adapted from the 2006 book American Prometheus: The Triumph And Tragedy Of J. Robert Oppenheimer, by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin.
The book, which won the Pulitzer Prize, details Oppenheimer’s personal life and his time as head of the Manhattan Project in the early and mid-1940s.
Oppenheimer is set for release on July 21, 2023 from Universal Pictures.
Playing a Legend: Oppenheimer is an adaptation of the 2005 book American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin