George Clooney and Sandra Bullock are lost in the space of "Gravity"

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Warner Bros has revealed the first trailer for "Gravity" by Alfonso Cuarón, in which George Clooney and Sandra Bullock are faced with the vastness and loneliness of outer space after a terrible accident that will take them to the limit of his mental strength.

"Gravity", the new film project written and directed by Mexican film director Alfonso Cuarón, produced by Warner Bros. and starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock, has its first trailer but we will have to wait until next October 4 for its release in all cinemas.

The new science fiction film, "Gravity" is about the first trip to space from a medical engineer, Dr. Ryan Stone, played by Sandra Bullock, accompanied by Matt Kowalsky, a veteran astronaut who is on his last voyage before retirement. It would be tedious to say that they go out for a space walk and the movie ends, but always something happened and when more serious, better. That's what happens to these two characters.

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While both are performing a routine ride on the space station, suddenly appear the disaster. The space shuttle they were traveling was destroyed, almost completely destroying the space station and leaving Stone and Kowalsky completely isolated, 372 miles above Earth, bound to each other floating towards the darkness of space. Without any communication with Earth, in the most absolute silence of space and oxygen consumed slowly. All that an astronaut would not want that to happen on a trip to outer space.

A film that can be viewed in original format and 3D, that we will stress all the time, although there will be some quiet time to reflect while the two astronauts are watching the planet beneath their feet and watching the magnificence of the place where we live.

For those who have a fear of heights and are sensitive to tense moments, we do not recommend you to see this first advance nearly minute and a half duration, where we see the most critical moment of the film in which Matt Kowalsky and Dr. Ryan Stone are floating in the infinite darkness of space. And for those who want to see two attractive astronauts floating through space, is a very good opportunity to do so. Perhaps then, the tension to see the film is not as strong.