As promised, I added over 300 HQ pictures of Sandy at the Venice Festival opening ceremony and ‘Gravity’ premiere. She was stunning in a J Mendel dress, Roger Vivier shoes and bag with earrings and bracelet by Martin Katz.
Here is the first look of Sandra Bullock (and co-star George Clooney) at the red carpet of Venice Film Festival for the Opening Ceremony and premiere of Gravity. Check back later for tons of pictures!
You can find now over 250 HQ pictures of Sandy during the Gravity photocall at the Venice Festival earlier today. She was wonderful in a tri-colour Alex Perry Resort 2014 dress which is the most colour I have ever seen her wear. Check it:
The first photos of Sandra attending the “Gravity” photocall with co-star George Clooney during the Venice Film Festival are added in our gallery. Stay tuned for more additions and come back later today for the first premiere pictures.
George Clooney and Sandra Bullock star as astronauts in Alfonso Cuaron’s jaw-dropping space thriller.
At once the most realistic and beautifully choreographed film ever set in space, Gravity is a thrillingly realized survival story spiked with interludes of breath-catching tension and startling surprise. Not at all a science fiction film in the conventional sense, Alfonso Cuaron’s first feature in seven years has no aliens, space ship battles or dystopian societies, just the intimate spectacle of a man and a woman trying to cope in the most hostile possible environment across a very tight 90 minutes. World premiered at the Venice Film Festival, with Telluride showings following quickly on its heels, this Warner Bros. release is smart but not arty, dramatically straightforward but so dazzlingly told as to make it a benchmark in its field. Graced by exemplary 3D work and bound to look great in IMAX, the film seems set to soar commercially around the world.
(…)The story, written by Cuaron and his son Jonas, is very simple and straightforward: How will the two surviving team members of a crippled American space shuttle contrive to get back to Earth before their oxygen runs out? Old-timer Kowalski, who flew his first mission in 1996, takes a self-deprecating attitude with space rookie Stone — “You’re the genius up here, I only drive the bus.” — but his smart-alecky kidding scarcely conceals his serious professionalism and vast knowledge of the ins and outs of staying alive in the frigid void.
(…)Clooney supplies both manly reliability and welcome lightness as a guy anyone would want in their corner in a pinch, while Bullock is aces in by far the best film she’s ever been in. An unseen Ed Harris supplies the voice of mission control.
Read the full review at The Hollywood Reporter