I've been looking forward to seeing Gravity, the Sandra Bullock/George Clooney space film, ever since I saw the first nail-biting teaser. The full trailer is out now, and it's a doozy -- Bullock plays an astronaut stranded when space debris damages her shuttle, and in just two minutes of action, the panicky claustrophobia is nearly overwhelming.
Now that Gravity has premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, there's a lot of buzz building that we'll be seeing this movie as a top contender at the Academy Awards this year. It's likely to get nominated for best visual effects, but some are saying that Bullock's powerful emotional performance in the film makes her a shoo-in for a Best Actress nod.
I'm hoping the rumors are true, because who wouldn't love to see Sandra Bullock accept an Oscar … WITHOUT that dirtbag Jesse James in the audience?