By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist July 8, 2013 at 3:45PM
Of all the movies Warner Bros. will be presenting from their slate at Comic-Con it's probably safe to the say that the picture everyone is most looking forward to is Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity." The long in the making, frequently delayed, highly anticipated space adventure is finally hitting theaters this fall, promising a truly unique experience. With the release date mere months away the marketing machine is going to start getting cranked.
And while we already have one trailer, there hasn't been any real official images until now. USA Today has the first look at Sandra Bullock in the movie, the film's head, presumably before she goes tumbling into outer space with George Clooney. "She's confronted with the idea that Earth is so far away. She can see the whole Earth and she doesn't belong to it," Cuarón told the paper about her character. "What is really scary for people is being lost or alone in the immensity of the void."
And it's in that void however, where the film's thrills will be found. What goodies are WB gonna show in San Diego? Will she make it back to Earth? We'll find out soon enough -- the film open on October 4th.