Here’s your meta moment for the night: the astronauts aboard the International Space Station are having a movie night, and their flick of choice is Gravity, according to Scott Kelly. Wonder how the line “I hate space!” will go over with this crowd?
While the first Minions trailer delved into the centuries-long hunt by the adorable yellow creatures for a purpose, this new one gives a better look at the story of the Despicable Me prequel. It involves the Minions visiting the Villain-Con and going home with world-famous evil person Scarlet Overkill (Sandra Bullock).
Created by Jonas Cuarón, Gravity's co-writer, this short film titled Aningaaq reveals who was on the other end of Sandra Bullock's desperate call down to Earth. It's pretty amazing.
Gravity is the kind of movie that only comes along once in a blue moon: a heart-stopping work of art, that conveys the terror and beauty of space. You've already heard a lot about why this movie rules — but you still don't know all the reasons why Gravity is a must-see movie. Minor spoilers ahead...
This clip from from Gravity is just a minute long, but it gives us an excellent taste of the movie's spacefaring tension. Give it a watch, and don't forget to breathe.
Check out a bushel of new pics from Alfonso Cuarón's space epic Gravity. They're simply stunning.
We've seen Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity and it is one of the best space films we have seen in ages. One part giant showcase of the cosmos and one part a deeply harrowing action thriller, Gravity is about to show Hollywood what a real white-knuckled audience looks like. And here is our spoiler-free first impression of the…
WARNING: If you haven't seen the first completely amazing trailer for Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity, do so now. This new trailer, titled "Drifting," is clearly a sequel to the first trailer, and while it's pretty gripping, it's so much more effective if you watch the original trailer first.
Alfonso Cuaron rocked your world with Children of Men. But now he's taking us into orbit with the "astronauts in danger" movie Gravity. And it is basically the most intense roller-coaster ride of the year, judging from the scenes we watched at Comic-Con just now.
Here's another look at Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity, showing the stark deadliness of outer space.
We've been waiting years for Children of Men director Alfonso Cuarón's next film, and tonight at CinemaCon we finally saw our first glimpse of Gravity. It was quick and dirty, but completely terrifying. Here's what we saw.
We'll finally get to see the space adventure from Children of Men director Alfonso Cuarón this fall. According to Deadline, we'll be watching the "stranded astronaut" movie, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, on Oct. 4, 2013. The movie, which reportedly starts with a single 20-minute take, was originally…
It's kind of hard to believe that Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity actually exists, as a finished movie. For ages, it seemed as though this outer-space project, full of lengthy single takes and 2001-style vastness, was never going to get off the ground, as various actors joined and then jumped ship. Now Gravity is complete —…
We're still not sure what to make of director Alfonso Cuarón's (Children of Men) next picture Gravity. But we do know that it stars George Clooney and Sandra Bullock and deals with such jovial topics as isolation and death in space. Thankfully, this latest synopsis has us very excited.
Alfonso Cuarón helped to prove that science fiction thrillers could be art with Children of Men — now Warner Bros. is betting he'll do it a second time, with the space thriller Gravity. Warners chose Cuarón's movie as one of a handful to get released in the sweet spot for movie releases looking for a big Oscar push.…
We're thrilled Sandra Bullock's starring in Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity — we just hope it's as memorable as her last science-fiction role, in Demolition Man. Here are our favorite Bullock moments from Demolition, including her sex scene with Sylvester Stallone.