It seems that Alfonso Cuaron’s new film will be the 3D space film Gravity. The film will be hugely-CGI heavy with perhaps 60% CG feature animation. What would seem to make this a real challenge is that the film is set in the present day, or at least the very near future, so this is presumably intending to really push photo-realistic CGI to new levels. Apparently, the film will be shot in Cuaron’s trademark fluid style, with an opening shot intended to last at least 20 minutes.
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