Earlier this week, Warner Bros. posted two new clips from their much-anticipated upcoming film Gravity. But we guess they thought we needed even more harrowing, exceptionally-CGI-ed scenes from what might possibly be the scariest scenario in the history of space exploration.
Yesterday, the production company revealed another clip from the Alfonso Cuarón-directed space thriller, and it’s possibly the most unsettling one yet. The two-minute video, titled “I’ve Got You,” shows George Clooney and Sandra Bullock’s astronaut characters as they struggle — and we mean struggle — to hold on to anything that might keep them from falling into the great unknown around them.
The clip is the fourth we’ve seen so far from the buzzworthy film, including an official teaser trailer that debuted about two months ago. So far, all we know for sure is that we can expect a 20-minute-long uninterrupted opening shot, some breathtaking CGI effects, and the ever-present sound of a distressed Sandra Bullock breathing.
Gravity is set to be released in theaters on Oct. 4. Watch the new clip above.