Gravity Trailer. Alfonso Cuarón‘s Gravity (2013) teaser trailer stars Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, Basher Savage, and Eric Michels. Gravity‘s plot synopsis: “Dr. Ryan Stone (Bullock) is a medical engineer on her first Space Shuttle mission and is accompanied by veteran astronaut Matt Kowalsky (Clooney), who is in command of the shuttle flight, due to be his last. During a spacewalk, the space shuttle is destroyed, and Stone and Kowalsky are stranded in space with no communications with Earth.”
On the production of Gravity:
Gravity is directed by Alfonso Cuarón, who also wrote the screenplay with his son. The project was in development at Universal Pictures for several years, but the studio placed it in turnaround. Warner Bros. acquired the project, which in February 2010 attracted the attention of Angelina Jolie, who had rejected a sequel to Wanted. Later in the month, she passed on the project, partially because the studio did not want to pay her $20 million fee, which she had received for her latest two movies, $19 million for the Tourist and over $20 million for Salt, and because she wanted to work on directing her Bosnian war film, In the Land of Blood and Honey. In March, Robert Downey Jr. entered talks to be cast in the male lead role.
In mid-2010, Marion Cotillard tested for the female lead role. By August 2010, Scarlett Johansson and Blake Lively were in the running for the role. In September, Cuarón received approval from Warner Bros. to offer the role without a screen test to Natalie Portman, who was being praised for her recently released film Black Swan. Portman passed on the project due to scheduling conflicts, and Warner Bros. then approached Sandra Bullock for the role. In November 2010, Downey left the project to star in How to Talk to Girls, a project in development with Shawn Levy attached to direct. In the following December, with Bullock signed for the lead role, George Clooney replaced Downey in the role.
Gravity has a production budget of $80 million and was filmed digitally. It was also converted to 3D in post-production
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