CGI Censorship in ‘Oppenheimer’: Florence Pugh Had a Black Dress Covering in International Screenings

Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer Now Showing in Theaters

Christopher Nolan’s latest film, Oppenheimer, is now playing in theaters worldwide. Reports indicate that the movie includes two nude scenes featuring Cillian Murphy’s J. Robert Oppenheimer and Florence Pugh’s Jean Tatlock. In order to avoid controversy in India and the Middle East, these scenes have been censored and modified with a CGI black dress covering Florence Pugh.

Modifications Made to Avoid Controversy

Indian viewers noticed that one of the nude scenes involving Florence Pugh had been altered to include a black dress. It is believed that this change was made to avoid any potential controversy. Additionally, the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has ordered modifications to be made to certain scenes in order to make them suitable for the Indian audience.

Nolan’s Comments on the Film

In an interview with The Guardian, Nolan commented that Oppenheimer includes “prolonged full nudity scenes” featuring both Cillian Murphy and Florence Pugh. He also noted that the film clocks in at just over 1500 words.


Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer is now playing in theaters worldwide. The movie includes two nudity scenes featuring Cillian Murphy and Florence Pugh, which have been censored and modified in certain countries to avoid controversy. Nolan has noted that the film includes “prolonged full nudity scenes” and clocks in at just over 1500 words.

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