Matt Damon admits that he has had discussions with his wife about taking a break from acting for some time.
Oppenheimer is arguably probably the most anticipated films of the year and there are various reasons for that, sure, we have iconic history behind it, a real story that shaped the world that it’s today, but we even have some really astonishing actors who star in the film.
From Cillian Murphy to Robert Downey Junior and the director himself, Christopher Nolan, all were masters of their craft, so the hype behind the film was pretty self-explanatory.
We even have super talented actor Matt Damon in the film and The Martian actor has revealed that he will be taking a break before getting the call to do so. Oppenheimer.
In an interview with Digital SpyMatt Damon admits that he has had discussions with his wife about taking a break from acting for some time.
Matt will be seen playing Leslie Groves, the director of the Manhattan Project that led to the creation of the first Atomic Bomb; the actor said he had worked with Nolan before Interstellar and has a good relationship with Nolan, who gives him some information a couple of project but Matt is not so sure about that.
Matt also says that he went for couples therapy with his wife where he kept the only exception and that was getting a call from Nolan, even though Matt is not even so sure about Nolan’s plans as he tends to call out of the blue when nobody knows if he is working on something.
Despite this, the film is set to hit theaters soon and lots of fans already believe that it’s going to go straight to the Oscars, the plot revolves around the character of theoretical physicist J Robert Oppenheimer, who is taken into account the father of the atomic bomb.