The old saying goes there are no dumb questions, just dumb answers.
An Entertainment Reporter reporter from a Mexican TV proved that statement to be false.
The Reporter was humiliated after asking Alfonso Cuaron, the director of science fiction thriller Gravity , "What were the technical and human difficulties of filming in space? Was it very difficult, very complicated to film in space? Did the camera operators get sick?"
For those of you playing at home, the zero gravity scenes in the movie were filmed on a sound stage with robots and wires and enhanced with computer imagery.
Other members of the press in the room tried to stifle their giggles as the amused director responded, "We were in space for three-and-a-half months. I got really sick during training."
The journalist, Carlos "El Capi" Pérez, has been bagged out relentlessly on Twitter since the press conference, but he did his best to fight back.
"Excuse me Twitter for being a professional committed to information. Don't tell me I was the only one who had that doubt," the reporter tweeted.
Next he'll be asking the director of The Walking Dead, how he gets the Zombies to do what he wants.