New posters and images from Sandra Bullock sci-fi Gravity

Get lost in space…

A set of new space-y images from Gravityhas been released, and they've stoked our already-considerable excitement for the film.

Depicting stars Sandra Bullock and George Clooney in various stages of fear as the get lost in space, the images are beautiful while also making us terrified for their lives.

Directed by Alfonso Cuaron (Children Of Men), the film sees Bullock playing a medical engineer who goes on a routine spacewalk when disaster strikes.

Check out the new images below…

As well as the new images, we've got two new posters from the film as well, including a chilling close-up of Bullock looking like she's just spotted a xenomorph.

Check out the posters below...

Gravity opens in the UK on 8 November 2013.

Scared already? Tell us below...


    • chibik

      Aug 20th 2013, 7:38

      I was never really excited for this film until I saw that trailer at the cinema. Now I can't wait!

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    • vincevega

      Aug 20th 2013, 9:19

      agree chibik, trailer looks so exciting, can't wait to see this movie, the atmosphere and colours look daunting!

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    • Wolfy82

      Aug 20th 2013, 9:36

      Is it really going to hav xenomorhs??

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    • CharsmatcEngma

      Aug 20th 2013, 10:45

      @Wolfy, yeah its connected to Prometheus as a side movie. As Dr Shaw leaves that engineer world the xenpmorphs find a way to recreate themselves, using DNA tracking to refine themselves, making them sleeker, sharper, and more acidy. They quickly learn how to control the spaceships that are still on the world and they find a way of using, admittedly rudimentary tools, to fly the ship into space, where they begin to reek havoc upon the rest of the universe, increasing their numbers and sending Battalions of soldiers to different planets to inhabit, and eventually destory before moving on. Gravity is very early in this movement of universal dominance, only a few years after they leave the planet upon which they were created.

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    • vincevega

      Aug 20th 2013, 13:51

      @CharsmatcEngma... oh god, if it really is, it sounds a lot less appealing... sounds like a story Ron Hubbard could have written.

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    • ilikescifi

      Aug 21st 2013, 7:21

      in one of the photos it looks like Bullock's character has broken into a stray satellite or craft of some sort

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