NOLAN WINS HIS FIRST OSCAR

At the Oscar Awards, where the best of the Hollywood world are selected, Oppenheimer, directed by Christopher Nolan, came out on top by winning 7 awards.

Director Nolan, known for films such as The Prestige, Inception, The Dark Knight and Interstellar, has directed many different genres throughout his career, from superhero movies to science fiction. The British director won his first Oscar for Oppenheimer.

WIFE WILL ALSO BE GIVEN A TITLE

The famous director will be knighted by the UK. Nolan will now be known as "Sir Christopher Nolan"

The director's wife Emma Thomas has produced most of Nolan's films and the couple has been working together on every project for a long time. The couple owns a film production company called Syncopy. Thomas will also be given the title of "dame" for her contributions to the movie industry.

Elton John, Anthony Hopkins, Kevin Spacey, Kevin Spacey, Paul McCartney, Patrick Stewart, Angelina Jolie, Judi Dench and many other celebrities have been knighted.

The ceremony honoring the couple normally takes place at Buckingham Palace, but King Charles, who is undergoing cancer treatment, has been out of sight for some time.

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The couple, who met at University College London (University College London), married in 1997. They have 4 children and live in Los Angeles.

"OPPENHEIMER IS THE MOST SUCCESSFUL MOVIE I'VE EVER MADE"

Oppenheimer, which focuses on the life of American physicist Julius Robert Oppenheimer, is Christopher Nolan's longest production to date at 181 minutes.

Speaking to Empire magazine, Nolan said, "I made a three-hour movie about Robert Oppenheimer. It was an 18-rated movie, half of it in black and white, and it made $1 billion."

"The crazy thing is, Oppenheimer is the most successful movie I've ever made. I've been making movies for 20 years and Oppenheimer is my highest grossing movie in the UK. So, from my own experience, I can say that I'm very happy with the state of the movie business. Of course, the success of other films at the box office and the return of audiences to theaters have also influenced my opinion."