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SpaceAholic
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posted 10-17-2013 07:38 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for SpaceAholic   Click Here to Email SpaceAholic     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
What was it like to film Gravity in space?

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I saw it in 3D. Wish there were an IMAX near me... Don't miss the opportunity to see this movie. The only disapointing part for me was that it ended.

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Looks like it will be #1 for a 3rd week!

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Saw it in 3D. Can't go wrong for $8. Great cinematography!

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I finally saw the film this weekend with four 12 year olds.

Many moons ago, this film would have thrilled me when I was 12. Perhaps it is the age, but although they had a number of questions after the film, it had drifted past their attention after 30 minutes.

Visually, the film was spectacular at times and, for that, I will purchase the blu ray when it is released. Otherwise, the film underwhelmed me. Understand with the minimal cast, dialog and plot development will be difficult, but it was terrible. (Is the mission commander really going to need to ask someone he has trained with for 6+ months or longer where she is from?) The fine points of orbital mechanics might be an area of concern, but other aspects of the film just were wrong (to me, anyway).

I watched Apollo 13, yet again, the following night.

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Yuri's Night announcement
Gravity Untethered: Presented by Yuri's Night

Google+, Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013; 9 p.m. EDT (0200 GMT)

The first in a series of one-of-a-kind hangouts hosted by Yuri's Night. We'll be talking with some amazing experts in zero-gravity about the movie "Gravity" that came out a few weeks ago.

Joining us will be Astronaut Ron Garan, Astronaut Cady Coleman JSC Physiologist Liz Warren, Founder and Editor of collectSPACE Robert Pearlman, Zero G Flight Director Tim Bailey, and Yuri's Night event host and Executive Director Dr. Ryan Kobrick!

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I had the chance to finally see "Gravity" when my daughter was in town last weekend. We viewed it in 3-D on an IMAX screen (highly recommended and worth the extra cost).

Forget the implausible physics and the hokey plot, the movie gets a big thumbs up from the two of us. The suspense was palpable going from one thrilling scene to another. The movie is tightly edited (only about 90 min) and I felt like I was holding my breath most of the time.

Sandra Bullock performed brilliantly in a difficult role. George Clooney gave some needed attitude as well.

But the real star of the show was space itself. I will probably never make it into space (in my sixties now), but the movie came close, especially In 3-D IMAX. The special effects were absolutely incredible. I kept asking myself, "How did the film makers do that?"

The co-stars were the space vehicle themselves, ranging from the shuttle to ISS to China's mini-space station. The attention to detail was astounding, and the scenes of Bullock floating through the modules gave a tour to us groundlings of the inner structure of the space habitats.

I look forward to seeing the movie a second time to take in all the details. Cuaron has produced a visual masterpiece which brings us groundlings into orbit.

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The first in a series of one-of-a-kind hangouts hosted by Yuri's Night. We'll be talking with some amazing experts in zero-gravity about the movie "Gravity" that came out a few weeks ago.
If you missed last night's "Gravity Untethered" hangout, here's the archived video. (As noted in the video, this is full of spoilers.)

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A few of us met up today in Birmingham UK, to see it at the IMAX theatre in 3D.
I enjoyed it, would I watch it again? Yes, maybe in a year or two. (In 3D again though).

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Watched Gravity for the first time in 3D a couple of days ago and I've been trying to figure out what I thought of it.

I went into the film determined to put aside any space geek knowledge I had as I just wanted to enjoy the show.

The negatives for me however involve some things only a space geek would latch on to. We all know a Commander of a shuttle mission wouldn't be on an EVA, although I do understand the director needed a bit of artistic licence and that's fair enough. Not knowing if one of his crew was married or not or where she was from however? That's pushing it a bit. I also thought the film was a bit short at 90 minutes, although maybe that's just me being greedy.

Positives - the cinematography was absolutely stunning. It's the type of film you should only ever watch in IMAX or 3D, 2D just simply would not do it justice!

Sandra Bullock's performance was flawless as expected. I would've liked to see a bit more of George Clooney's character however as he brought some comic relief. (How his character kept so calm under such extreme circumstances is beyond me.)

I literally felt like I was in space myself when watching this film and I would definitely go and see it again in 3D, and most likely will within the next week.

Overall, a big thumbs up from me!

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I went to see Gravity the other day expecting (due to the "hype) to see something spectacular. I left thinking I could have waited for the DVD to come out. It was enjoyable... but not the unbelievable movie that I had expected.

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I saw "Gravity" today and I must say that it was VERY suspense!

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Checked out the hangout, not live, but watched up until a few minutes ago. Great idea, great panel and discussion .Looking forward to the next one already.

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I too watched "Gravity" this evening.

It is worth a watch... but leave your "Space Goggles" at home.

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After reading these reviews I shall be watching this in 3D this Friday as I have booked the weekend prior to my 40th go for another solar orbit, so bucket of coke, hotdog and nachos here I come!

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You might find this parody trailer funny if you have had the relevant shopping experience. I present Alfonzo Cuaron's "IKEA."

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posted 11-18-2013 08:55 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for johntosullivan     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Robert Pearlman:
There is a reason for the suit change, and (spoiler alert) there's a third type of suit in the film, too.
I saw this last night and I can't remember the third suit? Do you mean the MMU?

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You didn't miss a suit; my comment was made before the movie was released and was based on a rumor that a Chinese suit was also in the film.

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I finally got to an IMAX to see this in 3D.

While the effects were stunning from the 2nd row of IMAX 3D - the rest of the film itself was pretty bland.

It looked great but certainly not worth $20 a ticket.

If you have a big screen TV - wait for the blu-ray and save yourself some money.

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It would have to be one heck of a big screen to beat an IMAX!

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Suspend your space-geekiness (ooh, they've got the stitching wrong on the spacesuit") and enjoy it as entertainment. Admire the beauty and technical expertise and wonder how they filmed it. I enjoyed it immensely - even if Clooney had shades of "O Brother, Where Art Thou" in his delivery and choice of music!

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I took my two grandsons aged 15 and 13 at the weekend and we all enjoyed it immensely. Fiction yes but the special effects were brilliant and the view realistic and stunning and they were asking me if that is what its like to work in space. I was very proud to tell them that I have met and been to a lecture by Jeffrey Hoffman who helped repair the Hubble space telescope in a very similar way to what was shown and they seemed to be in awe of working in that environment. Lets hope it inspires many more young people to want to work in space.

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Gravity‬ has been nominated for four People's Choice Awards:
  • Favorite Dramatic Movie
  • Favorite Dramatic Actress (Sandra Bullock)
  • Favorite Movie Actress (Sandra Bullock)
  • Favorite Movie Duo (Sandra Bullock and George Clooney)
You can cast your votes here.

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Originally posted by Kite:
I took my two grandsons aged 15 and 13 at the weekend and we all enjoyed it immensely.... Lets hope it inspires many more young people to want to work in space.

THAT'S the key thing about this movie!

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I saw this today. I really liked everything else, but ending was a bit... I dont know what word to use... those who have seen it will know what I mean.

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The Hollywood Reporter presents a first look at "Gravity" co-writer Jonas Cuarón's companion short, "Aningaaq":

During a pivotal scene in Gravity, Sandra Bullock's character Ryan Stone, trapped inside a Russian space capsule with little hope of survival, makes contact with a male voice speaking via radio in a foreign language. What unfolds on the other end of that fractured conversation, complete with a barking dog and a crying baby, is the subject of a short film by Jonas Cuaron, son of director Alfonso Cuaron, who co-wrote the screenplay for Warner Bros.' $500 million-grossing awards contender with his father.

That seven-minute companion piece, titled Aningaaq, was financed by Warner Home Video, which initially envisioned it as a unique extra feature for Gravity's Blu-ray edition. But the stark, contemplative Aningaaq has developed a life of its own via festival screenings at Venice and Telluride.

Now Warners has submitted it for Oscar consideration in the live-action short category; should it snag a nomination alongside its sure-bet blockbuster companion, they are poised to make Academy Awards history as the first feature and spinoff short drawn from the same material to be nominated together in the same year.

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Just curious if the interior of the Shenzhou capsule was from original specs or pure guesswork? Best use of 3D for any movie, that I've ever seen, and Sandra Bullock deserves all the accolades.

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According to the production notes and interviews, the Shenzhou was the re-dressed Soyuz set and was based on available references supplemented by the filmmakers' designs.

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With the end of the year comes award nominations and "Best of 2013" lists. "Gravity" accolades include:
  • No. 1 on TIME Magazine's Top 10 Best Movies list for the year

  • Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematography and Best Editing as awarded by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association

  • Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role nomination for Sandra Bullock by the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Bullock's reaction:

    "Had I known being locked in a light box and dangling from a ceiling for hours on end would land me in the company of these extraordinary women, I would have done it years ago."

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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has nominated "Gravity" for Golden Globe awards in the following categories:
  • Best Motion Picture, Drama
  • Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama
  • Best Director, Motion Picture
  • Best Original Score, Motion Picture

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Warner Bros. Pictures' behind-the-scenes look (warning: major spoilers):

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quote:
Originally posted by stsmithva:
I present Alfonzo Cuaron's "IKEA."
Thank you for posting the "IKEA" spoof trailer. I've been lost in the Potomac Mills Ikea and it is just as scary as they portrayed!

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I just watched Gravity with my father and my brother. The first thing that popped into my head when the movie was over was "Damn, those visual effects were spectacular". I liked how all the space craft that were featured in the film (Shuttle, Hubble, ISS, Soyuz, Tiangong and Shenzhou) were very much like the real deal.

Bullock gave a great performance, and I would also have liked to have seen a bit more of Clooney's character, but then again, I guess the moral of the story is that Stone can finally decide to choose life over death and fight for herself- "One hell of a story."

It was all over a bit too soon I feel. But that's just me! Great film!

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Warner Bros. Pictures release
Warner Bros. Pictures' Award-Winning Drama "Gravity" Returning to Wide Release on January 17

Following months of overwhelming critical and audience acclaim and numerous year-end awards, Warner Bros. Pictures is bringing Alfonso Cuarón's cinematic achievement "Gravity" back to big screens nationwide. The film, which stars Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, will be re-released on more than 900 screens on January 17, 2014, it was announced today by Dan Fellman, President, Domestic Distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures.

Originally released on October 4, 2013, "Gravity" instantly became a favorite of both critics and audiences. It has since become one of the most honored films of the year, most recently bringing a Golden Globe Award for Best Director to Alfonso Cuarón. The film has also received 11 BAFTA Award nominations and 10 Critics' Choice Award nominations, both including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress (Bullock)*. It has also won Best Picture awards from several prestigious critics organizations, including the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, and has been included on 395 critics' and critics groups' top ten lists, as well as being named one of the AFI's ten best films of the year. It was also announced as the year's best reviewed film by the website Rotten Tomatoes.

In addition, the talents behind the film have been recognized by their peers, with a Directors Guild of America Award nomination for Cuarón; a Producers Guild of America Award nomination for David Heyman and Cuarón; a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Bullock; a American Society of Cinematographers Award nomination for Emmanuel Lubezki; an Art Directors Guild Award nomination for Andy Nicholson; and an American Cinema Editors' Eddie Award nomination for Cuarón and Mark Sanger*.

"Gravity" has also been a smash hit at the box office, earning more than $670 million worldwide and counting, with most moviegoers opting to view it in 3D.

In making the announcement, Fellman stated, "We are thrilled by the many accolades for 'Gravity,' which have generated renewed word-of-mouth and interest in seeing the film, whether for the first time or to experience it again. We wanted to give audiences everywhere another opportunity to see it the way it was meant to be seen—on the big screen."

Academy Award winners Sandra Bullock ("The Blind Side") and George Clooney ("Syriana") star in "Gravity," a heart-pounding thriller that pulls you into the infinite and unforgiving realm of deep space. The film was directed by Oscar nominee Alfonso Cuarón ("Children of Men").

Dr. Ryan Stone (Bullock) is a brilliant medical engineer on her first shuttle mission, with veteran astronaut Matt Kowalski (Clooney) in command. But on a seemingly routine mission, disaster strikes. The shuttle is destroyed, leaving Stone and Kowalski completely alone—tethered to nothing but each other and spiraling out into the blackness. The deafening silence tells them they have lost any link to Earth…and any chance for rescue. As fear turns to panic, every gulp of air eats away at what little oxygen is left. But the only way home may be to go further out into the terrifying expanse of space.

"Gravity" was written by Alfonso Cuarón & Jonás Cuarón, and produced by Alfonso Cuarón and David Heyman (the "Harry Potter" films). Chris deFaria, Nikki Penny and Stephen Jones served as executive producers. The behind-the-scenes team included multiple Oscar-nominated director of photography Emmanuel Lubezki ("Children of Men," "The New World"); production designer Andy Nicholson (art director "Alice in Wonderland"); editors Alfonso Cuarón and Mark Sanger (VFX editor "Children of Men"); and costume designer Jany Temime (the "Harry Potter" films). The visual effects were handled by Oscar-nominated visual effects supervisor Tim Webber ("The Dark Knight"). The music was composed by Steven Price ("Attack the Block").

Warner Bros. Pictures Presents an Esperanto Filmoj/Heyday Films Production, an Alfonso Cuarón Film, "Gravity." Released in 3D and 2D and IMAX, the film is being distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment company. This film has been rated PG-13 for intense perilous sequences, some disturbing images and brief strong language.

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"Gravity" picked up 10 Academy Award nominations:
  • Actress in a Leading Role
  • Best Picture
  • Cinematography
  • Directing
  • Film Editing
  • Music (Original Score)
  • Production Design
  • Sound Editing
  • Sound Mixing
  • Visual Effects

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The movie won one Golden Globe: Best Director - Motion Picture.

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At the Critic's Choice Awards, "Gravity" took home honors for Best Director, Best Actress in an Action Movie, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Visual Effects, Best Sci-fi/Horror Movie and Best Score.

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"Gravity" was released today (Feb. 11) on Digital HD (Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, etc.). It comes out on DVD and Blu-Ray on Feb. 25.

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NBC's Brian Williams interviewed Sandra Bullock about "Gravity" inside the Space Shuttle Pavilion at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum:

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Gravity won six British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards on February 16.

While it was the biggest winner of the ceremony in London, Sandra Bullock did not win in the Best Actress category.


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