I like Alfonso Cuaron a lot. I thought Gravity as okay, at best. Great spectacle. Forgettable in every other way. Wish I was stoned when I saw it. Thus, I’m pretty excited that the auteur has his eyes on his next movie. Nay, has it completely lined up, and ready to film this Fall.
Hell yeah. Not only is Gravity the painfully birthed love child of one of my favorite directors, but it’s also currently my favorite movie of the year. So it’s nice as fuck to see the film getting recognized in the box office department.
Who knew that being thrown into Oblivion could be so gorgeous? A new trailer for Gravity has dropped, and with each passing morsel I become more ravenous for the whole fucking meal. Food metaphors! Yeah! It totally isn’t 7 o’clock at night. I’m totally not writing this on an empty stomach. A gut so full of nothingness, why it could be interpreted as a cynic’s view of the Cosmos. (What the fuck does that even mean?) Eh whatever hit the jump for the trailer and ignore me. The hungry guy.
Could it be? Really? Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity has an actual release date? I refuse to believe it. I deny its existence. Yet, I am happier now that this lie has come into my life. Shinier.
This is one way to get me to give a fuck about J.J. Abrams again. Team the son of a bitch up with Alfonso Cuaron. Homeboy hasn’t done much in quite the minute, and now we’re getting Gravity and this? Sign me up.
Jesus Christ. If I knew that Gary “Hey Don’t Vomit From My Camera Work” Ross leaving the Hunger Games sequel meant that two of my favorite directors may have a crack at directing the sequel I never would have bellyached.
Gravity. Alfonso Cuaron. I’ve heard those two muttered in the same sense for the past couple of years, and I have been patient! Patient, dammit. The movie is beginning to feel a bit real, and it is news stories like this that are driving that feeling home. Tenable news! About the shoot.
I’ve been looking forward to Alfonso CuarÃ³n’s Gravity for a while now. Fuck, I’ve been looking forward to anything CuarÃ³n since Children of Men. So any time there’s news regarding the science-fiction project he’s working on, my ears perk up. They doubly perk when CuarÃ³n’s bestie Guillermo Del Toro calls the project insane and mind-blowing.