“Oppenheimer” finally releases in various formats, including IMAX 70mm, at select locations this weekend. The latest film from Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Christopher Nolan marks the second time he’s collaborated with Academy Award-winning composer Ludwig Göransson (“Black Panther“) following their work on “Tenet.” With a three-hour running time and faced with mixing the epic with the intimate to tell a story from J. Robert Oppenheimer’s point of view, the score is a grand, immersive, sonic experience that may stand as the composer’s best work yet. Göransson was kind enough to spend some time talking with me about his work on the film, which has generated a ton of awards season buzz. Please take a listen below and be sure to check out the film in theaters this weekend. Thank you, and enjoy!
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