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    Watch: Breathtaking 2-Minute Single Take Shot From Alfonso Cuarón's 'Gravity' Sets Up Eery Premise (Updated With Second Clip)

    Visionary helmer Alfonso Cuarón has kept his fans waiting a whopping seven years for a follow-up to his dystopian downer "Children of Men," and by all accounts, he hasn't been resting on his laurels. His seventh feature "Gravity" has been a long time coming, but the 3D project is no doubt his most a...

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    Watch: Single Take Shot Highlights New Trailer For Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity' Plus Watch The Comic-Con Panel

    The old adage used to be that in space, no one can hear you scream. But what happens if they can hear you scream, but there's no one around to help? Thousands of miles above the Earth, there isn't much room for error and when disaster strikes in Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity" it's pretty bracing stuff.

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    Alfonso Cuarón Explains Why Robert Downey Jr. Wasn't "Compatible" For 'Gravity,' Says George Clooney Rewrote A Scene

    It says a lot about director Alfonso Cuarón that, in the midst of major franchise announcements and sizzle reels at San Diego Comic-Con, his film focused on two actors in space stood as one of the most anticipated events. “Gravity,” starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock, promises the director i...

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    Alfonso Cuaron Calls 'Gravity' "An Amazing Miscalculation," Wants To Do Horror Film Next

    "Gravity," the new film from "Children of Men" auteur Alfonso Cuaron about a pair of astronauts (played by Sandra Bullock and George Clooney) adrift in outer space following a calamitous event, doesn't seem like your typical Comic-Con movie (ie. not based on a comic or featuring dudes in spandex). B...

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    First Look At Sandra Bullock In Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity'

    Of all the movies Warner Bros. will be presenting from their slate at Comic-Con it's probably safe to the say that the picture everyone is most looking forward to is Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity." The long in the making, frequently delayed, highly anticipated space adventure is finally hitting theaters...

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    Weekend Box Office: 'Despicable Me 2' Overperforms, Leaves 'The Lone Ranger' in the Dust

    Universal's much-bigger-than-expected "Despicable Me 2" led the holiday weekend, outgrossing Disney's disappointing "The Lone Ranger" by two thirds. (It has amassed a remarkable $142 million in five days, while "The Lone Ranger" scored $48 million total.) Despite "The Lone Ranger," which marks the t...

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    Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity' to Open the 70th Venice International Film Festival

    As we predicted, Alfonso Cuaron's much anticipated sci-fi epic "Gravity," starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, will open the 70th Venice International Film Festival, running August 28 - September 7. The film will be out of competition.

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    Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity' To Open the 70th Venice International Film Festival

    The Venice International Film Festival has chosen one of its favorite directors to kick off its 70th anniversary. "Gravity," Alfonso Cuaron's long-awaited follow-up to "Children of Men," will premiere out of competition on August 28 as the 11-day Italian festival's opening night film

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    Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity' With Sandra Bullock & George Clooney To Open 70th Venice Film Festival

    Festival opening films are always something of a roll of the dice. Organizers are always keen to bring some star power, so it tends to be one of the more high profile picks around, but often they may want to save the real quality for the main competition, so you'll often end up with something a litt...

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    Hollywood's Glass Ceiling: Why Doesn't the Film Industry Trust Women?

    It would be wonderful to say that in 2013 things were looking up for women in Hollywood -- both onscreen and behind the scenes -- but the sad news is that the numbers have remained consistently dismal for the last decade.

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