the cloverfield paradox viewers

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. viewers in its first three days of release.

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most disappointing movies

Every week in /Answers, we answer a new pop culture-related question. In this week’s edition, tying in with the general reaction to The Cloverfield Paradox, we ask “What is the most profoundly disappointing movie you have ever seen?”

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Cloverfield crossover

Just in case you’re not burned out on Cloverfield news, here’s something new. Bad Robot big cheese J.J. Abrams took part in a Facebook Q&A for The Cloverfield Project and revealed that he once considered a Cloverfield crossover that would tie all the movies together and reunite past characters.

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Cloverfield sync

It’s been less than three days since Netflix surprised the world by releasing The Cloverfield Paradox immediately after the Super Bowl. If you think that’s not enough time to pinpoint incredibly obscure Easter eggs, you don’t know Cloverfield fans. These people are hardcore, and someone has already discovered a surprisingly cool thing that happens when you sync up the 2008 movie with the latest entry in the franchise. Check out video of this amazing Cloverfield sync below.
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netflix the cloverfield paradox deal

It was the stunt that stole the show during the Super Bowl: Netflix dropped a surprise trailer for The Cloverfield Paradox, revealing that the J.J. Abrams-produced movie would be streaming immediately that night. It was an unprecedented piece of marketing, but what about the deal that made it happen?

There had been rumblings in the weeks prior that Netflix and Paramount were in negotiations over the troubled project, but we didn’t know what those talks entailed. Until now.

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Cloverfield Paradox cast

Jeff, Devindra and Kristy join up to chat about Netflix’s big Super Bowl surprise, The Cloverfield Paradox. And they finally get to explore the idyllic Italian countryside of Call Me By Your Name. No peaches were harmed during the making of this podcast.

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Cloverfield 4

The Cloverfield Paradox, aka Cloverfield 3, caught everyone off-guard when it unexpectedly dropped onto Netflix this week. If you thought that might be the future of all Cloverfield films, think again. Paramount still plans to release Cloverfield 4, currently titled Overlord, in theaters. Don’t give up on the Cloverfield franchise just yet, folks.

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game of thrones star wars

On the February 6, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall, weekend editor Brad Oman, senior writer Ben Pearson, and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the big news: Game of Thrones creators are making a series of Star Wars films. And in Our Feature Presentation, we’ll be reviewing The Cloverfield Paradox.

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The Cloverfield Paradox connections

Paramount and Netflix surprised the world when they released The Cloverfield Paradox immediately after the Super Bowl last night. Now that we’ve seen the movie, what Cloverfield Paradox connections are lurking in the film that link it to the rest of the Clover-verse? Let’s find out.
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The Cloverfield franchise made history when it released a surprise trailer for The Cloverfield Paradox during the Super Bowl, and then announced that the film would be available to stream on Netflix that very night. Now that folks have had a chance to watch the film, it’s time to talk about the not-so-surprising Cloverfield Paradox cameos from two Bad Robot regulars.

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