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Sandra Bullock Looks Out Of This World at Gravity Premiere! (Photos)

Sandra Bullock looked completely flawless for the red carpet premiere of her new film Gravity. Yes, she was stunning and totally out of this world. In Alfonso Cuarón’s film, Bullock plays Dr. Ryan Stone, an astronaut who is on her first spacewalk when a violent debris storm hits and she and co-star George Clooney are flung into space. This is not a glamorous role for Bullock, but she made up for that at the premiere.

Bullock wore a Giambattista Valli mini dress from the Resort 2014 collection, a stunning frock that fit her perfectly.

Check out photos of Bullock in babe mode right here:

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    Sandra Bullock attends the 'Gravity' premiere at AMC Lincoln Square Theater in New York City

    Sandra Bullock looked stunning in this Giambattista Valli dress. And we love the shoes! They totally go with the dress.

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    Sandra Bullock attends the 'Gravity' premiere at AMC Lincoln Square Theater in New York City

    Sandra went with a nice natural look, especially on her lips.

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    Sandra Bullock attends the 'Gravity' premiere at AMC Lincoln Square Theater in New York City

    This photo totally shows why she is a movie star! Such a great pic.

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    George Clooney and Sandra Bullock attend the 'Gravity' premiere at AMC Lincoln Square Theater in New York City

    Sandra stands next to her costar George Clooney, who looks amazing ... as always!

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    Sandra Bullock attends the 'Gravity' premiere at AMC Lincoln Square Theater in New York City

    A great shot of a fan taking a photo of Sandra with their camera, and Sandra was very camera ready.

Photo Source: PacificCoastNews.com

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