Pictured: George Clooney and Sandra Bullock
From all the footage I’ve seen and judging by the interviews director Alfonso Cuarón, as well as co-stars George Clooney & Sandra Bullock gave during their stint at Venice Film Festival, I’m gonna go out on a limb and say that this film will not only get an Oscar nod for Best Picture, but director Alfonso Cuarón will get honored with a Best Director nomination, as will Sandra Bullock for Best Actress. The film is already critically golden, so I have a feeling audiences will show it the same love when it hits theaters this Friday (October 4).
Pictured: Jamie Chung, Katrina Bowden, Katie Holmes & Beth Ostrosky Stern
Naturally, the red carpet (in this case, a black-colored carpet) featured a lot of big names. Katie Holmes was glowing in front of cameras—not because of what she was wearing, but her poses & wide smiles were so full of energy that we have to assume she’s having plenty of sex these days. I wouldn’t be surprised if she got it on right before she hopped into a taxi and headed to the premiere at AMC Lincoln Square.
Our other favorites were of course Jamie Chung & the always-sexy Katrina Bowden. Our only suggestion for Jamie Chung is for her to take more risks when she’s on the red carpet. It’s almost like she goes wild when she’s out & about and plays it very safe when on the red carpet.
Even though I probably just pumped up expectations a little too much, I have a feeling a film like this will more than live up to it. Here’s the synopsis:
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Medical engineer Dr. Ryan Stone is on her first space shuttle mission, accompanied by veteran astronaut Matt Kowalski, who is commanding his final expedition. During a spacewalk, debris from a satellite crashes into the space shuttle Explorer, destroying most of it and leaving them stranded in space with limited air. The debris continues to hit other satellites, causing a chain reaction of destruction until the satellites necessary for the two astronauts to communicate with Mission Control in Houston are also destroyed. Nevertheless, both Kowalski and Stone continue to transmit “in the blind” to Mission Control, in the hopes that Mission Control can hear them, regardless of whether or not they receive messages from Mission Control. Read more…