Jonás Cuarón News

'Gravity' Spinoff Short Could Make Oscar History

1:25 PM 11/20/2013 by Jeff Giles
Alfonso and Jonas Cuaron are having a very good year. Not only did the father-and-son filmmaking duo collaborate to create Gravity, one of 2013's biggest hits (and one of the most successful sci-fi movies of all time), but the short film that Jonas made as a Gravity spinoff could end up making Academy Award history.

Alfonso Cuarón Credits Everyone Else: The Director of Gravity on Influences and Coconspirators

4:39 PM 11/7/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
“Chivo is spectacular! He’s so technically prolific he’s transcended everything; now he’s just looking for truthfulness.” This is what director Alfonso Cuarón says about his cinematographer, Emmanuel Lubezki, a director of photography he’s worked with since his first short in 1983 (Vengeance Is Mine), but whose name came to the fore only after working on Terrence Malick’s swirling epic The New World.


Warners Sets Up Atlantis Project with 'Gravity' Screenwriter (EXCLUSIVE) – After exploring the depths of space, “Gravity” screenwriter Jonas Cuaron is ready to look to the deepest parts of the ocean, re-teaming with Warner Bros. on the Atlantis-set film, “The Lost City.” Akiva Goldsman will produce through his shingle, Weed Road Pictures, along with Torry Tunnel and Joby Harold from their Safehouse Pictures. 8 years 31 weeks ago via jackiechan

Review: 'Gravity' Has Inexorable Pull

2:48 PM 10/4/2013 by Jeff Giles
If you pay any kind of attention to movies, you know that Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity arrives in theaters this weekend as one of the most heavily hyped (non-superhero) movies of 2013, riding a tsunami-sized wave of critical buzz and fever-pitched audience excitement for the incredible visuals -- as well as the bone-chilling premise -- displayed in the trailers.

First 'Gravity' Trailer Makes Outer Space Look Pants-Wettingly Scary

5:45 PM 5/9/2013 by Jeff Giles
There's been a lot of debate over the last several years about the value of the American space program and how much opportunity for scientific/social progress we're wasting by not devoting more resources to sending people off-planet, but what both sides of the argument often tend to ignore is that space is very, very scary.


Posted November 23rd, 2011 by Binh Ngo

Dr. Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) is a brilliant medical engineer on her first shuttle mission, with veteran astronaut Matt Kowalsky (George Clooney) in command of his last flight before retiring. But on a seemingly routine spacewalk, disaster strikes. The shuttle is destroyed, leaving Stone and Kowalsky completely alone--tethered to nothing but each other and spiraling out into the blackness.

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