Cuarón’s “Gravity” Set for Release in October

Alfonso Cuarón’s latest film will be blasting into theaters in October…

The 51-year-old Mexican director’s Gravity, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney as surviving astronauts in a damaged space station, will be released on October 4, 2013 in 3D and IMAX.


Gravity, which Cuarón wrote with his son Jonás Cuarón and Rodrigo Garcia, had been scheduled for released in November 2012, but Warner Bros. pushed it forward last spring to give it more room amid a crowded fourth-quarter slate of films, including The Hobbit.

The October 4 release puts Gravity up against Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City sequel, Paranoia and Vince Vaughn’s The Delivery Man.

Cuarón’s directing credits include A Little Princess, Y tu mamá también, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and Children of Men.

1 thought on “Cuarón’s “Gravity” Set for Release in October

  1. Pingback: Cuarón Finds Lead Actor for His NBC Drama Pilot "Believe" | Hispanically Yours: Celebrating the Latino Influence

Leave a Reply