Without any warning, Netflix just made The Cloverfield Paradox, the third film in director/producer JJ Abrams’ science-fiction franchise, available online.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw in a still from the Cloverfield Paradox truck.
Without any preceding alert — no trailers, no images, not even a confirmed subject — The Cloverfield Paradox, the third in director/developer JJ Abrams’ science-fiction series, was released on Netflix. It’s keeping based on the unique marketing Abrams used for the prior two entries — 2008’s Cloverfield debuted after a magnificent trailer caught the interest of the internet, and 2016’s 10 Cloverfield Lane, was previously regarded as an totally different movie until the title by the end changed it into a Cloverfield sequel. And now this.
For months, there were rumours online that God Particle, a typically secretive new movie by Abrams was for some reason an integral part of the Cloverfield universe, but it was just a few hours prior to the Super Bowl that a lot of people on Twitter started murmuring that the movie might be released on Netflix, that same day. A trailer was release, and two time later, so was the movie.
The Cloverfield Paradox was previously supposed to get a theatrical release through Paramount, but along with Natalie Portman’s Annihilation, it was unloaded by the studio and sold to Netflix. It’s in regards to a group of astronauts captured aboard an area station whenever a strange creature (that may or may well not be related to the Cloverfield monster) commences hunting them down. It’s nearly the same as Alien and 2017’s Ryan Reynolds-Jake Gyllenhaal-starrer, Life. But set in the Cloverfield world.
The film is aimed by Julius Onah and stars a diverse solid which includes Gugu Mbatha-Raw, David Oyelowo, Chris O’Dowd, Daniel Bruhl, Aksel Hennie, John Ortiz and Elizabeth Debicki.
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