After Criticizing HBO Max, Christopher Nolan Ditches Warner Bros. For Universal With Next Movie

  • After acclaimed director Christopher Nolan blasted WarnerMedia for its decision to release its 2021 slate on HBO Max simultaneously with theaters, many wondered if Nolan would stick with the studio for his next project. Now we know he will not.

    Nolan's next movie, a World War II film about J. Robert Oppenheimer and the creation of the atom bomb, will be made for Fast & Furious studio Universal, according to Deadline.

    Universal has greenlit the film, and it will start production in the first quarter of 2022, the report said. It's not a total surprise that Nolan is ending his relationship with WarnerMedia, as it was previously reported that he was shopping his next movie around to multiple studios.Continue Reading at GameSpot