“Oppenheimer” Camera Breaks During Sex Scene, Florence Pugh Reveals

Florence Pugh and Cillian Murphy encountered an unexpected challenge during the film shoot of the movie “Oppenheimer”. Pugh recently revealed in an Oppenheimer panel that a camera malfunction occurred while filming a sensitive scene with Murphy, leading to an interesting interlude during the process. This event happened on the set of Christopher Nolan’s latest masterpiece, “Oppenheimer,” which has just received multiple Oscar nominations.

Candid Camera Moment on Set

During a Universal panel discussion, Pugh candidly shared the specifics of the incident. According to the actress, the camera broke down in the middle of a rather intimate scene between her and Murphy. The timing was inopportune, as they were both unclothed when the malfunction occurred.

Pugh recalls of the occurrence, “In the middle of our sex scene, the camera broke,” she said. “No one knows this, but it did. Our camera broke when we were both naked, and it was not ideal timing.”

Character Sketch in “Oppenheimer”

In the film “Oppenheimer”, Pugh portrayed Jean Tatlock, the love interest of Murphy’s character before and throughout his marriage to Katherine “Kitty” Oppenheimer, played by Emily Blunt. In light of the awkward timing of the equipment failure, Pugh took the chance to learn, asking the technician called upon the scene to fix the equipment about the specifics of the camera malfunction.

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Pugh’s Praise for Nolan’s Team

Despite the unexpected disruption, Pugh had nothing but praises to share regarding Nolan’s comprehensive production team. She lauded the knowledge expertise of the entire crew and described the experience of working on the set of “Oppenheimer” as “amazing”.

“Oppenheimer’s” Oscar Nominations

“Oppenheimer” recently dominated the Oscar nomination list with a record 13 nominations. These included nominations for best picture, best actor (Cillian Murphy), best director (Christopher Nolan), and best supporting actress (Emily Blunt) and actor (Robert Downey Jr.).

Wrapping Up

Creating excellent films often involves overcoming unexpected hurdles, as evidenced by Pugh and Murphy’s camera glitch experience while filming “Oppenheimer”. The film has nonetheless gone on to acclaim and multiple Oscar nominations, a testament to the dedication and talent of the team behind it. For more in-depth reviews and the latest news updates in the world of cinema, visit [HitPlay]

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