A New 'Cloverfield' Movie Just Surprise Dropped On Netflix And It's Already A Meme
5 February 2018, 10:39
A 30-second Super Bowl trailer finally gave away the big secret and sci-fi fans everywhere got very excited.
Netflix dropped some surprising news during last night's Super Bowl (February 4th), revealing that a brand new movie entitled The Cloverfield Paradox would be available to stream straight after the game.
The film is a direct prequel to the 2008 monster movie Cloverfield and explains how the creature that terrorised New York came to earth.
Featuring an all-star cast including Elizabeth Debicki, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, David Oyelowo and Chris O'Dowd, plus direction from Julius Onah, the announcement sent fans into a frenzy with memes and reactions pouring in as sci-fi fans dived on the latest installment in the franchise.
Here are some of the best reactions we have seen so far:
Woman of color-led, sci-fi thriller released worldwide day + date w/ big Netflix muscle for black director, his super producer + POC cast. No advance press, ads, trailer. Straight to the people. Gamechanger. Congrats to helmer #JuliusOnah + my dears JJ, Gugu, David. #Cloverfield pic.twitter.com/m186Hprhqz— Ava DuVernay (@ava) February 5, 2018
Very excited to finally be able to announce that The Big Sick was actually a Cloverfield sequel.— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) February 5, 2018
The best things about this Super Bowl party is that it’s about to turn into a Cloverfield party— Whitney Moore (@TweetneyMoore) February 5, 2018
Me reacting to the ending of Cloverfield Paradox. pic.twitter.com/a2lGSBh371— MightyNightOwl (@MightyNightOwl) February 5, 2018
Holy shit. Cloverfield Paradox is amazing!! pic.twitter.com/dDrFGUD2FZ— Daniel Jacob Archer (@dja1o) February 5, 2018
#CloverfieldParadox is near #perfection !— CreativeSurvivor (@Creativsurvival) February 5, 2018
I saw not. one. thing. wrong.
The #casting choices. The unpredictable #storytelling . The non #stereotype #depiction of POC. The #movie payoff in the end. The balanced strength of the #women in the #story . #Kaiju ! #Netflix pic.twitter.com/XTx0jaLKdE
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