***Includes "Silent Space Version" of the film, allowing fans to experience Gravity "without music for a surprising cinematic experiment."***
Actors: Sandra Bullock,George Clooney,Ed Harris
Director: Alfonso Cuarón
Language: ENGLISH: Dolby Atmos, ENGLISH: Dolby TrueHD 7.1, ENGLISH: Dolby Digital 5.1 (448 kbps), SPANISH: Dolby Digital 5.1, FRENCH: Dolby Digital 5.1, FRENCH (Canada): Dolby Digital 5.1, PORTUGUESE: Dolby Digital 5.1, GERMAN: Dolby Digital 5.1, ITALIAN: Dolby Digital 5.1, JAPANESE: Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles: English SDH, French, German SDH, Italian SDH, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish
Region: Region Free
Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
Number of Discs: 2 (Digital Copy)
Rating: Not Rated
Orig. Release Date: 2013
Studio: Warner Bros.
Release Date: 3/31/2015
Run Time: 91 Min.
- Gravity: Silent Space (Disc 1, HD): An experience that allows fans to watch Gravity
without any music. Presented with lossy 448kbps Dolby Digital 5.1
- Looking to the Stars: The Evolution of Space Films (Disc 2, HD, 42 minutes): Documentary
that begins with 1902's A Trip to the Moon, rockets toward 2001 and Star Wars
(among many others), touches on the pursuit of realism and the
challenges of depicting space on screen, and tracks the development of
sci-fi cinema over the decades. Interview segments feature Alfonso
Cuaron, Ron Howard, Joe Dante, FX masters Dennis Muren, John Dykstra and
Douglas Trumbull, and more.
- Gravity: The Human Experience (Disc 2, HD, 11 minutes):
Cuaron, writer Jonas Cuaron, producer David Heyman, actors George
Clooney and Sandra Bullock, author Mary Roach, retired astronaut Dr. Dan
T. Barry, and astronauts Michael J. Massimino and Catherine "Cady"
Coleman discuss space travel, the skills and traits of NASA's finest,
the awe mankind's advances have inspired over the years, and the manner
in which these elements were drawn upon when creating Gravity.
- Sandra's Birthday Wish (Disc 2, HD, 3 minutes): A birthday cheer sent to Cuaron from Bullock,
sporting a tin foil space helmet on the set of Gravity's "reshoots."
- Gravity: Mission Control
(HD, 107 minutes): Behind-the-scenes documentary that touches on every
aspect of the production, from the original script to the various
previsualization stages, the shoot itself, obstacles and difficulties
encountered along the way, and the marriage between editing,
performances and visual effects. Segments include:
- It Began with a Story (16:21)
- Initial Challenges: Long Shots and Zero G (10:12)
- Previsualizing Gravity (11:38)
- The Hues of Space (10:41)
- Physical Weightlessness (7:48)
- Space Tech (13:02)
- Sandra and George: A Pair in Space (9:37)
- Final Animation (15:01)
- Complete Silence (12:13)
- Shot Breakdowns (HD, 37 minutes): Breakdowns include:
- Behind the Visor (6:50)
- Fire in the International Space Station (5:42)
- Dr. Stone's Rebirth (7:54)
- The Sound of Action in Space (7:55)
- Splashdown (8:24)
- Aningaaq: A Short Film by Jonás Cuarón (HD, 10 minutes): Gravity co-writer Jonás Cuarón's short film focuses on the Inuit fisherman Dr. Stone (Bullock) inadvertently contacts while aboard the Tiangong's escape capsule. The short also includes an optional introduction with the father and son filmmakers.
- Collision Point: The Race to Clean Up Space
(HD, 22 minutes): Actor Ed Harris narrates this documentary about the
very real looming crisis that inspired the film's centerpiece disaster.
astronaut Matt Kowalsky is on his final mission in space, while medical
engineer Dr. Ryan Stone is making her first outing on the Space
Shuttle. While they are engaged in extra-vehicular activity, debris
collides into the shuttle, damaging it irreparably. Kowalsky and Stone
now find themselves drifting in space with low oxygen supplies, and cut
off from all communication on Earth. They work together in their attempt
to survive, but will they make it back to solid ground?