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The Snitchseeker forums seem to be the first place to pick up and highlight an EFE interview with Alfonso Cuaron about his involvement, or lack thereof, with a couple of high-profile Warner Bros. projects. Going to the EFE link, I …
Cuaron has the exclusive rights to say yes or no to the project, so the ball is in his court.
Cuaron arguably made the best Harry Potter picture, Prisoner of Azkaban, and is now rumored to be “deep in talks” to return to the wizarding world
The other side of Sandra Bullock’s distress call to Earth.
In space, no-one can hear you shout “this is the best movie of the year!”
Including a trailer for Tyson’s sequel to Carl Sagan’s Cosmos.
A preview of Steven Price’s score for Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney.
Sandra Bullock is floating, adrift, 372 miles above earth in Alfonso Cuarón’s new film.
George Clooney and Robert Redford feature on these two new posters fro films about people adrift and alone.
This is a movie that I’ve known about for a few years now, and from the moment of its conception I’ve heard nothing but praise.
The more see of Gravity, the more impressed I am. This is some seriously articulate filmmaking right here.
It’s all gone wrong for Sandra Bullock in this clip from Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity. And this… this is just the beginning.
This footage led to some pretty hyperbolic reactions at Comic-Con. You can now see for yourself what all the fuss was about.
For at least three days a week, my job affords me the luxury of not having to get dressed properly. Seems that the same thing is true for astronauts.
Looks captivating, and potentially very exciting and there’s a built-in ticking clock that would ideally get several seasons to just tock away.
Thanks to the internets, you can now read the script for the pilot episode of Believe, a new Bad Robot series that NBC will be taking to series this Autumn. The whole thing lives in the window below. This script …
I don’t think the elaborate, unbroken shots are the only things interesting here. Not by a long chalk.
Reputedly one of the most technically and narratively ambitious science fiction films ever attempted, Alfonso Cuaron’s first narrative feature since Children of Men is the space thriller, Gravity.