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Old June 17 2010, 11:15 PM   #1
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Louis Leterrier's feature currently called 'Gravity'

the film is about ” a father who has to search for his lost child as the world stops spinning and Earth begins to lose its gravity.” This is an in-development situation, so we’re not likely to hear anything too firm about it yet, and when we do hear more, in all likelihood the film will have a different title. The project is with Mark Gordon Productions and Universal, with George Nolfi (The Adjustment Bureau) reportedly producing.
Currently attached to direct is Louis Leterrier.
Exclusive: Clash of the Titans' Louis Leterrier Attached to Dumbest Project Ever



according to GeekTyrant, described as a “disaster film in the vein of The Day After Tomorrow meets Taken”
This feature project does not sound very good and certainly the title will be changed. Why? Because there is another film for 2012 called 'Gravity' that is unrelated with its own thread:
'Gravity' (2012) dir. by Alfonso Cuarón 3D sci-fi space thriller

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Old June 17 2010, 11:45 PM   #2
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This feature project does not sound very good and certainly the title will be changed. Why? Because there is another film for 2012 called 'Gravity' that is unrelated with its own thread:
'Gravity' (2012) dir. by Alfonso Cuarón 3D sci-fi space thriller

Ahhhh... I wondered why you had two threads...

Sounds more like The Core than The Day After Tomorrow.
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Old June 17 2010, 11:53 PM   #3
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Sounds more like The Core than The Day After Tomorrow.
Yeah as soon as I saw 'disaster film' I got turned off.
That genre needs to go away for a while. Titanic started it off really I think and it had a good run for 10 years. Give it a break.
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Old January 12 2011, 11:45 PM   #4
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Re: Louis Leterrier's feature currently called 'Gravity'

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...the film is about "a father who has to search for his lost child as the world stops spinning and Earth begins to lose its gravity.”
When I was a kid, mistaken adults told me that gravity was caused by the fact that the Earth spins. Sounds as though someone heard that falsehood and believed it.
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Old January 12 2011, 11:52 PM   #5
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Which is the one that Alfonso Cuarón is directing?
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Old January 13 2011, 12:44 AM   #6
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Which is the one that Alfonso Cuarón is directing?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1454468/

It's the one that does NOT have that misconception about the Earth's rotation causing gravity.
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...the film is about "a father who has to search for his lost child as the world stops spinning and Earth begins to lose its gravity.”
When I was a kid, mistaken adults told me that gravity was caused by the fact that the Earth spins. Sounds as though someone heard that falsehood and believed it.
I sounds like the plot of a bad B-movie from the 50s.

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