When we first heard that director Alfonso Cuarón was working on a television series about a superpowered girl, we were excited, although that excitement faded with the rapid turnover of series showrunners and rumblings of major changes to the original concept. Now, six episodes into the show, we're ready to quit …
Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity was an insane thrill ride that made us nearly hyperventilate. And these proposed poster designs, which ended up not being used, really convey the screaming terror that this film inflicted on us. Maybe too well. But they're also insanely gorgeous.
Believe's pilot was a disappointing pile of saccharine wrapped up in a story about a superpowered girl, but its second episode is much meatier. It suggests that there may be no true bad guys in this series—which makes the world of Believe much more complex and much more interesting.
After the thrill ride that was Gravity, the pilot episode for Believe, directed and co-created by Alfonso Cuarón, was a disappointment. It's a sentimental piece of television, one that is more interested in building visual sequences than connect us to its characters.
The opening scene of Believe, the upcoming TV show created by Gravity director Alfonso Cuarón and produced with J. J. Abrams, is online, and it is brutal. Right from the start, we get a glimpse of the vicious forces that are hunting down the superpowered girl Bo.
Check out this eye-popping behind-the-scenes making of Alfonso Cuarón's space spectacle Gravity. It's almost unbelievable how all this CG and motion capture transformed into that nail-bitingly realistic film. WARNING there are some major spoilers for the ending.
One of 2014's most highly anticipated new TV shows is experiencing a truck-load of problems. J.J. Abrams and Alfonso Cuarón's Believe just dumped its showrunrer and went on a production hiatus. That makes two showrunner exits on this series. What is going on?
Created by Jonas Cuarón, Gravity's co-writer, this short film titled Aningaaq reveals who was on the other end of Sandra Bullock's desperate call down to Earth. It's pretty amazing.
While Gravity's astronauts are in peril out in space, life marches on down below. Gravity co-writer Jonás Cuarón filmed a companion short set during the events of Sandra Bullock's harrowing space journey that shows a meditative moment back on Earth.
The rebirth metaphors were strong in Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity. But did you catch all of the little hints the director slipped into the end? We spoke with the director about the deeper meaning behind his space movie's powerful ending. Here are his thoughts. Big time spoilers ahead:
Gravity took nearly four (and a half) years to make. That means for four years, Alfonso Cuarón had to deflect a lot of not-so-great ideas from the studio that had invested millions into his risky endeavor. Thanks to our exclusive interview with the director, we now know what some of those crappy ideas were.
Gravity has earned $55.6 million in its opening weekend, trouncing early predictions that Alfonso Cuarón's space film would open at $35 million. It earned $11.2 million in IMAX tickets alone, the biggest October opening for an IMAX film. [USA Today]
Gravity is the kind of movie that only comes along once in a blue moon: a heart-stopping work of art, that conveys the terror and beauty of space. You've already heard a lot about why this movie rules — but you still don't know all the reasons why Gravity is a must-see movie. Minor spoilers ahead...
Everyone is buzzing about Gravity, the stunning new film from director Alfonso Cuarón (Children of Men). We sat down with Cuarón to talk about it. He told us why you can watch basically every mainstream movie with your eyes closed, but not Gravity.
This clip from from Gravity is just a minute long, but it gives us an excellent taste of the movie's spacefaring tension. Give it a watch, and don't forget to breathe.
Look, we're all over 3D movies. The headache-causing flicks can be the worst. But Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity is different. We promise. But let Sandra Bullock and Cuaron explain to you (with new Gravity footage) just why you should pony up to see this on the big, 3D screen.
Check out a bushel of new pics from Alfonso Cuarón's space epic Gravity. They're simply stunning.
We've seen Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity and it is one of the best space films we have seen in ages. One part giant showcase of the cosmos and one part a deeply harrowing action thriller, Gravity is about to show Hollywood what a real white-knuckled audience looks like. And here is our spoiler-free first impression of the…
Behold a brand new action-slammed look at Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity. This is the movie that James Cameron called “the best space film ever done." And as a bonus, this gorgeous trailer has been uploaded to youtube at 2k HD.