Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity' Gets a Release Date

Alfonso Cuaron

Seven years have passed since director Alfonso Cuarón's Oscar-nominated science fiction thriller Children of Men hit theaters. In that time, the Mexican filmmaker has helmed a couple of documentary shorts, but anticipation has continued to build for his next feature-length project.

The film, an ambitious science fiction project called Gravity – starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney – was originally intended for release in November of last year but was delayed for undisclosed reasons. The move was a surprising one, considering the positive buzz that already begun to swirl around the project. Now, moviegoers looking forward to see Cuarón's latest (and the film's 17-minute opening shot) finally know when to start lining up at their local theater.

According to the Twitter account for box office analyst Exhibitor Relations, Gravity will hit theaters this fall. Here's the complete tweet:

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