The new blockbuster Oppenheimer, directed by Christopher Nolan, has recently opened in theatres all across the world and is doing incredibly well. Millions of dollars in revenue are anticipated to be generated by the movie’s huge success.
The film, which is based on the biography “American Prometheus” from 2005, tries to portray the life of J. Robert Oppenheimer, a significant figure in the development of nuclear weapons. Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr., and Florence Pugh are just a few of the great cast members of this project.
Despite the fact that a lot of people have already seen the movie in theatres, there are still some who are eagerly anticipating its Netflix release. Some of them even because they want to watch it again because just one viewing wasn’t enough!
When will Oppenheimer release on Netflix?
The movie Oppenheimer is expected to remain only available in theatres for close to 100 days, which is the longest runtime of any movie to date. The streaming date for those anticipating a Netflix release has not yet been disclosed.
What is certain is that the film won’t be available on US Netflix any time soon. In fact, it won’t happen until at least 2027. Furthermore, there is little likelihood of a DVD release because Netflix plans to discontinue that service as of September 2023.
This information has been speculated, bearing in mind Netflix’s July 2021 agreement with Universal Pictures. Per the agreement, “Netflix will also license rights to the full Animated and Live Action slate from UFEG about 4 years after release as well as rights to select titles from Universal’s vast movie library.”
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Apart from that, Peacock (owned by Comcast, the parent company of Universal Pictures), and Prime Video offer the earliest opportunities to stream Oppenheimer. According to reported predictions, the movie will start streaming on Peacock sometime in November or December 2023 before moving to Prime in the spring of 2024.