While Gravity didn’t win the Best Picture nod, it won more Academy Awards than any other movie on Oscar night. And appropriately enough, the film got another great nod that was very apropos, from space naturally.
After winning Best Director, Alfonso Curaon also talked to Variety about the big question on everyone’s minds…what’s next? “I want my life back,” he said. “Life of not thinking about Gravity. I don’t even remember that.”
Cuaron is not sure what he’s going to do next, but he has the new show with JJ Abrams, Believe, coming to NBC, and whatever comes next, “I don’t want to make choices now based on the success of Gravity. You have no idea how grateful I am of Gravity. It was really transformative for a lot of us involved. But also I want to close it and move on.”
Thankfully, as much as Warner Brothers would want one, there won’t be a Gravity 2.