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Alfonso Cuarón

  1. Gravity Dropping a “Silent Space Version” That Removes the Score for Increased Scientific Accuracy

    In space, no one can hear your Oscar-winning score.

    Warner Bros. wants to remind everyone that Interstellar isn't the only space movie that's ever tried to stick to some actual scientific reality. They're releasing a new Blu-ray of last year's Gravity with new features, including a version of the movie that removes the score to drive home the silence of space. Now there will be nothing to distract you from hours of Sandra Bullock's panicked gasping.

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  2. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Might Be Getting Harry Potter Veteran Director

    But when can I fly on Buckbeak?

    A new report would land a Harry Potter film director in the chair for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

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  3. Alfonso Cuarón Puts An Arrow through Fantastic Beasts Directing Rumors, My Heart

    It's lev-i-O-sa!

    Remember that rumor that Prisoner of Azkaban director Alfonso Cuarón might return to the Potterverse for the first Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them movie? Turns out Nikki Finke was just getting our hopes up. She and Cuarón have cut me. They've cut me deep.

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  4. The Director Of Your Favorite Harry Potter Film Is Being Considered For Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

    Rumory

    Oh, did I say your favorite? I meant my favorite and what I consider to be the best out of the eight Harry Potter book adaptations - Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Yes, word is Alfonso Cuarón may be visiting the Wizarding World once again.

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  5. Watch This Trailer for Alfonso Cuarón’s Believe And Tell Us What You Think [VIDEO]

    Cautiously Optimistic

    You wouldn't know it from this trailer, which proudly trumpets only J.J. Abrams's executive producer credit, but NBC's upcoming Believe was actually co-created by Abrams and Alfonso Cuarón. Around here we're big fans of both his work and girls with superpowers, so needless to say we've been looking forward to this for a while. But the teaser... maybe it's just that it's early and I'm pre-breakfast, but it doesn't grab me like I thought it would. The show looks really generic. White dude with a troubled past rescuing people. Whoopee. But hey, trailers have been misleading before. And Jamie Chung being there pleases my Mulan-loving heart. What do you think? (via: blastr) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  6. Going Behind-The-Scenes Of Gravity Makes Us Love Sandra Bullock Even More

    Don't Try This At Home

    Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity is amazing, but incredibly difficult to watch (what with the intense anxiety and inevitable spontaneous crying). Now, take that feeling, multiple it by a million, and that's approximately how challenging it was to actually make the film. If you didn't think Sandra Bullock deserved an Oscar before, you just might change your mind after watching this Behind-the-Scenes featurette. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Black Milk Teases New Batman Line

    Things We Saw Today

    You can visit Fashionably Geek for a glimpse at some of the swimsuits in Black Milk's upcoming Batman collection, but it's this pic that caught my eye. Loose-fitting shirts, huzzah!

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  8. Gravity Could Have Been Really, Really Different

    Allow Us To Explain

    Alfonso Cuaròn's surprisingly intimate sci-fi thriller Gravity has been both a critical and box office success, generating some Oscar buzz for star Sandra Bullock. The film had a long road to its triumph, and there were a few narrow misses along the way to bringing us the movie as it exists now. Thinking of just how different Gravity could have been, or how it could have fizzled out before it even got to production, makes the film all the more amazing to watch.

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  9. Gravity and Other Forces to Be Reckoned With

    Review

    Alfonso Cuarón’s ambitious Gravity does not need monsters, aliens, or traitorous humans to strike fear into viewers looking out at the empty black night. All that is required is the silent, lonely expanse of space itself; airless, without aid, and full of its own ethereal beauty. Perhaps the most intense 90 minutes I’ve spent in a theater this year, Gravity presents space itself as the true horror, a place where indifferent forces collide to spell catastrophe for any humans unlucky enough to be in their path. Despite a tendency to become overwhelmed in places by its own sentimentality (or simply by the soundtrack) Gravity is a taunt, breathtakingly arranged film that will likely leave you on the edge of your seat.

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  10. Astronaut Talks About Why She Chose Long Hair in Space

    It Came From Outer Space

    Okay, we've been posting a lot about astronaut Cady Coleman and her role as a consultant on Alfonso Cuarón's Gravty, but really, when was the last time there was this much opportunity to share interviews and news stories about a female astronaut? Also there are some clips in here of Sandra Bullock being badass in the movie, so they're pretty enjoyable too. So just watch this and pretend that NASA isn't being shut down today because of an intractable Congress. Previously in Gravity

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