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Terrifying new Gravity trailer

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There's been quite a bit of noise about space tourism lately. While the notion is unquestionably cool, the latest trailer for Gravity has put us so far off the idea that we're planning on spending the rest of our days as far below ground as possible.

Building on the epic scale of tension hinted at in the first trailer, this latest offering from the sci-fi thriller sees Sandra Bullock and George Clooney's space walk go horribly, horribly wrong.

Directed by Alfonso 'Children of Men' Cuarón, we're anticipating a feast of drama-filled single-take shots, harrowing loneliness and lots of space.

Gravity spins into cinema orbit on October 18

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