Mystery and misdirection have pretty much always been a core part of the Cloverfield franchise, and in the first two films, that worked to the overarching plot's advantage. But there are a lot of things about surprise Netflix drop The Cloverfield Paradox that, frankly, were narratively confusing and messy to an almost unbearable degree. Show More Summary
The Cloverfield Paradox was heavily tied to the original Cloverfield, but it initially had another reference to 10 Cloverfield Lane as well.
J.J. Abrams recently said that at one point during The Cloverfield Paradox‘s development process, the idea was thrown around to bring Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s 10 Cloverfield Lane character, Michelle, into the film. As for how that would’ve worked out or made sense, your guess is as good as ours, but it of course never happened. […]
HOW. DARE. WINTER. GAMES.How dare this show make me feel something for OATMEAL. What is happening? What kind of emotional manipulation are they pulling on me? What kind of Cloverfield Paradox bullshit is this? I can’t see the Earth and I’m recognizing the humanity and complexity of Benjamin Q. Higgins. ... More »
Directed by "Veep" producer Stephanie Laing, the romantic dramedy "Irreplaceable You" stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw ("The Cloverfield Paradox") and Michiel Huisman ("Game... For more, visit our blog !
On the February 16, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson, and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest news, including Cloverfield Paradox viewership, Transformers universe reboot, a Dr. Show More Summary
While word of mouth regarding Netflix's new CLOVERFIELD film THE CLOVERFIELD PARADOX hasn't been the best (I didn't care for it myself) that didn't stop millions of people from watching the flick post-Super Bowl as Netflix has just released the movie's streaming numbers. Show More Summary
When Netflix debuts a new show or movie, it may dominate the entertainment news cycle for a while, but two of their latest offerings appear to be a bit underwhelming for the streaming service, The Cloverfield Paradox and Altered Car...
The Cloverfield Paradox reportedly drew in five million viewers in its first week after the surprise Netflix release of the science-fiction sequel. That’s light years away from Netflix’s biggest success yet, Bright, which garnered 11 million U.S. Show More Summary
Did Netflix's ambitious gamble on "The Cloverfield Paradox" pay off? Like another sci-fi Netflix original, "Bright," it received scathing reviews, but millions still tuned in, according to Nielsen numbers. "Cloverfield Paradox"'s post-Super Bowl debut was only announced during the game, so those terrible reviews hadn't hit yet. Show More Summary
The Cloverfield Paradox was dropped on Netflix immediately after the Super Bowl, and now we have an idea of how many times it was watched over the next week.
The hype surrounding Netflix's Cloverfield 3 wasn't enough to get as many viewers as Bright.
Netflix dropping The Cloverfield Paradox out of nowhere on Super Bowl Sunday was a cool and ballsy move from the streaming service. Even though the film was less than well received by critics, the idea of releasing it as they did was a cool idea. But how did it work out for them? While we […]
Netflix took the movie world by surprise when they not only released a trailer for The Cloverfield Project during the Super Bowl, but they dropped the film on their streaming service immediately after (read our review). Variety reports that, per Nielsen’s estimates, the movie notched 2.8 million U.S. viewers in the first three days after its surprise […]
Cloverfield Paradox, a milestone for Netflix in that it is a studio-backed feature film that the SVOD service acquired from Paramount and then sneak-released after the Super Bowl on February 4, drew an average of 2.8 million viewersShow More Summary
Netflix released "The Cloverfield Paradox" right after the Super Bowl. Critics called it a "trainwreck," and it has a 18% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. But people apparently watched it, as Nielsen has estimated five million people watched...Show More Summary
The three-day haul is 2.8 million viewers, roughly one-fourth the size of the audience for Will Smith's 'Bright.' read more
By Benedict Seal After The Cloverfield Paradox’s unprecedented release, a look at where the franchise can go from here with its marketing and distribution. The article Where Does ‘Cloverfield’ Go From Here? appeared first on Film School Rejects.
While The Cloverfield Paradox was a pleasant surprise on Super Bowl Sunday, the consensus seems to be that the movie wasn’t all that great, and the more we think on it, the more it feels like Paramount was doing their best to make as much money from the film, quickly brush it aside and move […]
This year’s The Cloverfield Paradox essentially excused the fact that there’s no tangible connection between the movies that fall under the Cloverfield umbrella, aside from them all taking place in different worlds, at different times, due to a single event that took place in the future. In other words, J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot […]