11 April 2012 11:08 AM, PDT | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Part of the reason cinephiles love to carry on about director Alfonso Cuarón’s Children of Men is because the dystopian sci-fi thriller features some of the most complicated sequence shots and elaborate long takes ever created, primarily through practical means (as opposed to during post-production). It’s long been known that the filmmaker aims to outdo himself with his next project: a 3D sci-fi thriller titled Gravity, which takes place almost entirely within the confines of a crippled spaceship – piloted by the lone survivor of a destructive asteroid collision (Sandra Bullock).

Gravity executive producer Chris DeFaria recently spoke about the project at the 5D | Flux conference at USC – where he revealed that Cuarón’s 3D flick is going to be (from a filmmaking perspective) even more ambitious (insane?) than previously expected.

According to DeFaria, Gravity opens with ...

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