Alfonso Cuaron’s thriller about two astronauts stranded in orbit after their space shuttle is destroyed, Gravity, will be in theaters on October 4. It is Cauron’s first film since the dystopic future thriller Children Of Men. This project had gone through a couple of directors and actors before Cuaron came aboard and shot it with George Clooney and Sandra Bullock. Warner Brothers hasn’t released any material yet on the film, but hopefully we’ll be seeing something soon.
And while we wait for Gravity to land in theaters we have Robert Rodriguez’s grindhouse sequel Machete Kills to look forward to on September 13. (And if that’s not enough Rodriguez for you, Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For arrives a month later, also on October 4th.) Danny Trejo is back as the deadly Mexican Federale who finds himself recruited by the President of the United States to take out an eccentric billionaire arms dealer.
It’s looking like next fall will not be all Academy Award hopeful films.