The Alfonso Cuaron directed Gravity recently past the 500 million dollar mark in the box office and will be looking to make even more money when the 3D/Blu-Ray/DVD/digital super combo pack releases. Included on the Blu-Ray will be a short film directed by Gravity co-screenwriter Jonas Cuaron that features a character we only ever hear the voice of, Aningaaq. The seven minute short has been released early online and you can watch it after the jump. If you haven’t seen Gravity there is a slight spoiler, so now you know.

Aningaaq certainly shares the tone of isolation with Gravity, but it is lacking in the floating and 3D effects, which is just okay for this piece.

No word yet on when Gravity will be releasing so you can watch Aningaaq in higher quality, but when Warner Bros sets a date we will be sure to let you know.

via Hollywood Reporter

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  1. November 21, 2013 at 9:17 pm — Reply

    Unable to dock the Soyuz with the station, Stone ejects herself via explosive decompression and uses a fire extinguisher as a makeshift thruster to travel to Tiangong. Space debris has knocked Tiangong from its trajectory, and it begins rapidly deorbiting. Stone enters the Shenzhou capsule just as Tiangong starts to break up on the upper edge of the atmosphere. As the capsule re-enters the Earth’s atmosphere, Stone hears Mission Control over the radio tracking the capsule. It lands in a lake, but an electrical fire inside the capsule forces Stone to evacuate immediately. Opening the capsule hatch allows water to rapidly fill the capsule, which sinks, forcing Stone to shed her spacesuit underwater and swim ashore. She takes her first shaky steps on land, in the full gravity of Earth.

  2. November 26, 2013 at 1:10 pm — Reply

    Wow, this is great. Just makes me want to watch the movie all over again! Seriously can’t wait for it to be on DVD.

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