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‘Cloverfield’ Sequel in the Works, Babak Anvari to Direct

Paramount Pictures has a new Cloverfield movie in active development, with Babak Anvari attached to direct the next installment of the popular franchise. Joe Barton was earlier brought on board by J.J. Abrams and Paramount Pictures to pen the screenplay for the sequel. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions banner is producing the franchise sequel along with […]

‘Cloverfield’ Sequel in the Works With Batman TV Spinoff Showrunner (Exclusive)

J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot banner and Paramount Pictures have tapped rising British scribe Joe Barton to pen the script for a sequel to 'Cloverfield.'

Showtime’s New Releases Coming in July 2020

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will be added to Showtime in July 2020.

Sources: Netflix Paid Paramount More Than $50 Million for ‘Cloverfield Paradox’

It makes the movie instantly profitable for the studio, which avoids a (likely) theatrical misfire and costly marketing campaign.

The Rule ‘Cloverfield Paradox’ Forgets to Follow

If J.J. Abrams wants the franchise to be his 'Twilight Zone,' it's instructive to remember not everything has to be connected.

‘Cloverfield Paradox’: What the Critics Are Saying

"A trainwreck of a sci-fi flick bent on extending a franchise that should have died a peaceful death almost exactly one decade ago," writes THR's John DeFore.

Did Netflix (or Paramount) Get the Last Laugh With ‘Cloverfield Paradox’?

The sci-fi sequel is getting savaged by critics, but it is also earning praise for its unprecedented Super Bowl rollout.

‘The Cloverfield Paradox’: Film Review

It comes to this: Movies like 'The Cloverfield Paradox' treated like high-profile advertisements, slotted into post-Super Bowl premieres as if they're ads for corn chips or high-fructose sodas.

Netflix’s Super Bowl Shocker: ‘Cloverfield Paradox’ to Stream After the Game

The move comes as a potential landscape-changing challenge to broadcast TV's traditional model.

’10 Cloverfield Lane’ Premiere: J.J. Abrams, Mary Elizabeth Winstead Talk Mysterious Film

“It’s the kind of movie that by nature and by design you don’t want to talk about too much because it ruins the audience’s experience,” Winstead told THR on the red carpet ahead of the movie's New York screening.

AFM: Why the Found-Footage Genre Is Here to Stay

"Exists," a Big Foot-themed chiller from "The Blair Witch Project" co-director Eduardo Sanchez, is among the projects making a splash at this year's market.

Shopping Tour: Turin Film Festival Review

Finnish cannibals feast on the flesh of Russian tourists in writer-director Mikhail Brashinsky’s juicy satirical horror comedy.