‘Oppenheimer’ wins Oscar for best picture

'Oppenheimer,' a film about the father of the atomic bomb, won best picture and six other awards at the 96th Academy Awards.

Directed by Christopher Nolan and featuring J. Robert Oppenheimer's story, 'Oppenheimer' dominated the 96th Academy Awards by winning seven awards, including best picture, best director, and best actor. The film was praised for its portrayal of the physicist who felt conflicted about his invention of the atomic bomb, and it has revitalized theatrical moviegoing alongside 'Barbie', collectively known as 'Barbenheimer'.