George Clooney and Sandra Bullock having blast with luxuries promised for 'Gravity agonies'
George Clooney and Sandra Bullock are having loads of fun with the goods that they ordered for having gone through lot of trouble while shooting for their blockbuster film 'Gravity.'
The luxuries were reportedly promised by ‘Gravity’ producer, David Heyman, for agonizing scenes in the flick.
The ‘Up In The Air’ star and Bullock spent many hours inside a 20ft by 10ft container fitted with 4,096 LED lights, to make the effects-laden film, the Daily Star reported.
Shepperton Studios experts created the “light box” to replicate the way the Sun’s rays hit space-walking astronauts, and Clooney and the 49-year-old actress had to wear heavy suits based on NASA originals, with tight rubber “restriction vests”.
The 52-year-old actor demanded a fully-stocked Polynesian-style Tiki bar to be set up in his trailer so he could treat fellow cast and crew members to exotic cocktails he mixed himself.
Bullock, who ordered for a full-scale adventure play-ground, complete with bouncy castle, for her three-year-old son and a zen-style garden, said that it was murder and with their helmets it was terrifyingly the most claustrophobic experience of her life.
Bullock said the experience felt like being driven to insanity and she has had nightmares ever since.