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Sandra Bullock talks Gravity

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It's one of the year's riskiest films (a dialogue-free thriller about a woman lost in space) but after record-breaking box office and serious Oscar buzz, Gravity has emerged as a worthy success.

And while the eye-popping special effects are certainly a contributing factor, the film wouldn't work quite so well without the commanding lead performance from Sandra Bullock.

Excelling in a role we wouldn't expect from her, she's already receiving some much-deserved awards hype and we had the chance to sit down with her to discuss her role, why she never believes her own hype and, ermmm, why she's convinced that Meryl Streep will kill her...

Gravity hits cinemas November 7

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