Here Are All the Christopher Nolan Movies Coming to Peacock Soon


Christopher Nolan has been the brains behind some of the biggest box office smashes of the last two decades. The Oscar-nominated director’s most recent film, last year’s Oppenheimer, was one half of last summer’s Barbenheimer phenomenon and brought in nearly $1 billion at the global box office. It’s also believed to be a favorite heading into this year’s Academy Awards. 

In the months since its release, if you weren’t able to catch Oppenheimer at the theater, viewers had to resort to buying or renting the movie on various platforms. But soon, the historical drama will be available to stream for Peacock customers—and it isn’t the only Nolan film that’ll be there. 


Oppenheimer will be available to stream on Peacock starting Feb. 16. The movie tells the story of nuclear physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, regarded by many as the father of the atomic bomb. Cillian Murphy takes on the title role and has already snatched a Golden Globe Award for his lead part; how he fares through the rest of awards season remains to be seen.  

Batman Begins

In the 2000s and early 2010s, Nolan gave Batman new life on screen in a trilogy of movies regarded as some of the best based on the comic book character to date. 2005’s Batman Begins introduced Christian Bale as Batman with an all-star supporting cast including Cillian Murphy, Morgan Freeman, and Gary Oldman. 

Batman Begins streams on Peacock starting Feb. 1. 

The Dark Knight

Heath Ledger won a posthumous Oscar for his unforgettable role as the Joker in The Dark Knight. The movie remains an acclaimed piece of work to this day and is often called one of the best superhero movies ever made. 

Fans will be able to relive the magic on Peacock beginning Feb. 1. 

The Dark Knight Rises

Nolan wrapped up The Dark Knight trilogy with 2012’s The Dark Knight Rises. With Ledger’s death in 2008, the movie centered around another villain, Bane, played by Tom Hardy

Watch it on Peacock starting Feb. 1. 

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Leonardo DiCaprio introduced audiences to the “dream within a dream” concept back in 2010 with Inception. The mind-bending Nolan film also features actors like Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Tom Hardy, Elliot Page, and frequent Nolan collaborator Cillian Murphy. 

The movie streams on Peacock beginning Feb. 1. 


Before there was Oppenheimer, there was Dunkirk. Another World War II epic, the movie had a talented lineup of stars including Cillian Murphy, Barry Keoghan, and Kenneth Branagh. 

It’ll be on Peacock starting Feb. 1. 


Nolan was still in the early days of his career when Memento, his second feature, was released in 2000. The movie was based on a short story written by his brother and starred Guy Pearce and Joe Pantoliano. 

Explore this part of Nolan’s back catalog on Peacock starting Feb. 1. 

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