Ways The Cloverfield Paradox Connects the Cloverfield Movies

Netflix drops teaser for Cloverfield sequel; watch the full movie TONIGHT after the Super Bowl

Netflix drops teaser for Cloverfield sequel; watch the full movie TONIGHT after the Super Bowl

Abrams' third Cloverfield film, The Cloverfield Paradox, touched down during a Super Bowl 2018 commercial break and announced that the full film will be available on Netflix immediately after the game.

The film is expected to be one of Netflix fandom hits this year.

The Cloverfield Paradox stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Beyond the Lights), David Oyelowo (Selma), Daniel Brühl (Rush), John Ortiz (), Chris O'Dowd (The IT Crowd), Zhang Ziyi (Crouching Tigger, Hidden Dragon), Elizabeth Debicki (), Aksel Hennie (The Martian), and Donal Logue (Vikings) among others.

It came as a massive surprise in the middle of the Super Bowl.

"After the initial excitement dies down, you'll see that Julius Onah's The Cloverfield Paradox is a tepid, predictable, and largely uninteresting sci-fi film where dumb characters do dumb things and bad things happen because the script needs them to".

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It comes not long after it was revealed that Cloverfield four (currently titled Overlord) has already finished filming and is now slated for a release in October this year. Rather than drop a trailer and let enthusiasm run its course, Netflix used the TV spot as an announcement that the film would be streaming in only a few hours.

Who saw this one coming? After two movies purporting to be a shared universe but not in the conventional manner, explanation was needed, and The Cloverfield Paradox offered up a satisfying answer that opens up the possibility of even more movies where pretty much anything goes. Rather than waiting, Paramount may have made a decision to release the movie on Netflix in its current form.

"Cloverfield" (2008) and "10 Cloverfield Lane" (2016) told two indirectly linked stories of a world besieged by giant beasts of unknown origin. In the first film, we see a flashback prior to the attack and something falls into the ocean at the end of the movie. This all adds up to a weird situation where dozens of new movies are technically available on Netflix, but may not find an audience because people don't know about them.

Does it get any better? Other than that, Netflix is leaving us in the dark.

U.S. media commentators are describing the move as a potentially game-changing challenge to the traditional model employed around the ultra-premium Super Bowl ad slots, which deliver the highest number of eyeballs of any Stateside telecast during the year.

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