Sandra Bullock and George Clooney's upcoming space thriller "Gravity," appears to be filled with heart-pounding chills and seemingly insurmountable obstacles, but when Access Hollywood spoke with Sandra about the movie, the actress was telling a different story!
"Oh my gosh, there's so much space sex in this film," the Oscar winner told Access with a laugh at the "Out of Left Field" art show on Thursday in Los Angeles.
"People don't understand how we did it. It's a lot slower than in real life because of the whole zero gravity thing. But it takes us a good 45 minutes to actually get from beginning to end, so [the audience] might nod out a little bit, but the end, the climax is amazing!" Sandra joked.
Adding, "Imagine how difficult those suits were to take off. Yeah, it's amazing. So, I'd say I know you're gonna get tired watching it, but it's worth the wait. Space sex."
All joking aside, Sandra told Access that she was thrilled to work with her longtime friend in the Alfonso Cuaron-directed project.
"Clooney and I have known each other for over 20 years. We knew each other before either one of us had a career. I have a lot of dirt on him, he's got a lot of dirt on me... we've supported each other for a long time out of fear that the other one would divulge information," the actress explained. "It's really nice to see George become the man he has in this business as a director, as a producer, as a writer. I like George a lot."
"Gravity" is slated to open on October 4.
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