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Cillian Murphy has finally claimed his first Oscar for Best Actor, showcasing his remarkable portrayal in ‘Oppenheimer’.

The Burden of History

Murphy carried the weight of Christopher Nolan’s epic drama, embodying J. Robert Oppenheimer, the mastermind behind the atomic bomb. The challenge of portraying a historical figure throughout their life is often a surefire Oscar magnet, but Murphy’s performance transcended mere theatrics.

Internal Conflict

Murphy’s Oppenheimer grapples with a profound inner turmoil, his ideological contradictions etched across his face. As predicted by DoTechBetter’s Kristy Puchko, Murphy’s reserved yet riveting portrayal captured the essence of a complex character.

Recognition and Collaboration

In addition to his Oscar win, Murphy also received the Golden Globe, SAG Award, and BAFTA for his performance. ‘Oppenheimer’ marks his sixth collaboration with Nolan, who has directed him in iconic films like ‘Batman Begins’ and ‘Inception’.

Where to Watch

If you missed the cinematic experience, ‘Oppenheimer’ is now available for streaming on Peacock.