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This, I hope, will be the last Gravity story I write for CinemaBlend. This is one of those movies I need to see pure, to see clean. I don’t want the experience ruined for me by Vine videos and commercials for teasers for trailers. I want to see it in IMAX, in its entirety.
We don't know much right now about Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity, but all it takes is the barest details to get us interested-- Sandra Bullock, George Clooney and the director of Children of Men, working together on a tense drama set in outer space. The film has been kept under wraps since it went into production in 2011
Children of Men director Alfonso Cuaron, who’s still putting the finishing touches on his sci-fi thriller Gravity, could be circling Episode VIII and, possibly, Episode IX. And that’s not all. MarketSaw tosses Simon Pegg’s name back into the fire, saying they “can't say why, but let’s just say I have a strong feeling about that.”
For a while we hoped that Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity would be a player in this year's Oscar race, or at least a fall release we could look forward to at the end of this year. But back in May the film was bumped from its planned November 21 release date and into next year, with an undetermined release date and a lot of fans of the Children of Men director
The list contains "seven or eight names, all men," but the Times is only revealing three of them-- Cuaron, Babel director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, and surprisingly enough, David Cronenberg, the director behind landmark genre films like The Fly and Videodrome
"Do female astronauts wear makeup?" sounds like the title of a David Sedaris book, but I think it's also a fairly legitimate question. With so much stuff to do while flying through space, I find it hard to imagine that any women engineers would have time to wake up, sit at a vanity, and apply the regular dose of lipstick, eye shadow and whatever glop is involved with the regular routine.
Unlike its predecessor, this movie would focus on one story told by one director. Nolan’s relationship with Warner is obvious, though the trade does point out that the director could pass because a Zone film might be too similar to Inception. If Nolan were to pass, Michael Bay and Alfonso Cuaron reportedly are next in line on the studio’s wish list.
Has any film gone through more A-list flip-flopping than Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity? First Angelina Jolie was attached to the project before quickly dropping it. Next, Robert Downey Jr. was cast as the
Due to scheduling issues, it was reported a few weeks back that there was a possibility that Robert Downey Jr. would have to drop Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity. Though he stuck with the project for months
Back in September, when we reported that Sandra Bullock would be the star of Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity should Natalie Portman drop out, we also suggested that there could be another problem - holding on to
Late last month things were starting to look really good for Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity. Finally rethinking their "Only Angelina Jolie" stance, they began negotiations with Natalie Portman to star in the film. All of us
Natalie Portman may not be as big a star as Jolie and hasn't carried a blockbuster film without Star Wars in the title, but even based entirely on her stellar Black Swan performance
Portman is Cuaron’s pick but the studio is nervous and has been pushing to have a bigger name to carry the movie all along. That’s why they spent months making so many
While Portman isn't necessarily the only actress with the chops to carry a movie like Gravity, she might be the only one with that combination of bankability, talent and prestige
Maybe by passing Jolie is trying to help breed a new female action hero to follow her lead. It's too bad Warner Bros. didn't trust themselves or their property enough to actually give it a shot, though now they'll have to
Before watching Iron Man 2 I’d have scoffed at the notion of Scarlett Johansson doing an action movie. She’s just never seemed like the action type and, while I still think her talents
When the worldwide box office totals for Avatar exceeded the GDP of most African nations, it became clear that movie studios were going to do everything they could to match its success.
After a cluster of news broke back in late February-early March, not much has come out about Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity. Up until now, little information has emerged about the project
The revelation of Del Toro's departure sent a shockwave through fans and minutes after posting our report on the story, we started hearing from all of you, eager to help find his replacement. We've been following
Now that Captain America has been cast it's time for Marvel to take the next big step forward on their multiple-movie, superhero universe project. Everything they've done and will do in Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk
It goes without saying that Downey Jr.'s participation in any project is likely to make it worth seeing, and the prospect of the actor returning to drama after a hugely successful stint in comedy and action is even more intriguing
Gravity is getting the blame for Jolie bailing on the project, but really, we probably should have expected her to bounce from this long ago. Wanted was ridiculous and over-the-top and really fun