The sound in the trailer is not indicative of the sound in the film.
I'm trying to remember some other stuff that did sound in space properly. 2001, obviously--some of the moments in that movie are dead quiet. Apollo 13 was generally faithful to the no sound in space rule, but they have some rumbly ambient effects in there that aren't really supposed to be generated by the spacecraft, but are nevertheless "sounds" that impart a sense of mass to the objects as they zoom by. That's an effective and reasoned choice, though it's still technically a violation of the rules. The new Star Trek movies waffle back and forth, seemingly depending on which one is more effective for the entertainment value. The 2000s version of Battlestar Galactica kind of does a mixture of Gravity and Apollo 13's strategy--mixing and editing the sounds in a way that you get the sense that they're being conducted through the material of the suits or the spacecraft, and/or just there to provide a sense of mass. BSG is good about not doing sounds that would obviously require air in space. Some of DC's animated cartoons waffle back and forth--one of the oddest exceptions being Lobo, whose bike makes lots of noise and who regularly speaks as though he's surrounded by air.
I don't know if this is true or not, but I heard once that Gene Roddenberry wanted no sound in space for the original Star Trek series, but changed his mind because the scenes seemed too fake without it. Considering the limitations of their visual effects, they obviously needed all the help they could get. So I guess I can't fault him for that.
I think that's all I've got.