EXCLUSIVE: 'Gravity' Is So Much Scarier without Music in New Silent Edition
By Stacy Lambe
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When Gravity --
the Oscar-winning space drama starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney --
first debuted in theaters, it both wowed and unnerved fans with its amazing
special effects and spellbinding camera work.
After Dr. Ryan Stone (Bullock) was stranded in space mid-orbit,
fans were left spinning as she figured out her way back to Earth. The film’s
sense of dread -- largely created by the impending lack of oxygen -- was heightened
by the film’s sound effects and composer Steven Price’s score.
Though, Gravity is
even scarier without all the extra sound effects. In an effort to give fans a
more realistic version of the fictional story, Warner Bros. is re-releasing a two-disc
special edition Blu-ray featuring a silent edition of the 2013 film.
In an ETonline exclusive, fans can preview what it’s like to
watch Bullock scream in space without additional sound effects and score --
both of which earn Oscars for the film. The unique viewing experience is remarkably
more terrifying as Bullock feels even more alone, stranded nearly 250 miles