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‘Cloverfield 2’: Cast, Plot, Release Date, and Much More

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Producer J.J. Abrams has teased potential plot details for the upcoming Cloverfield 2, which is technically the fourth instalment in the series. The original Cloverfield – a 2008 found footage film about a giant monster attacking New York City – was followed by the unrelated 10 Cloverfield Lane in 2016 and The Cloverfield Paradox in 2018, which premiered on Netflix after the Super Bowl. Paramount is now developing the new film with Under the Shadow director Babak Anvari taking charge.

On the 15th anniversary of Cloverfield, SyFy sat down with the original director Matt Reeves. While he has been militant about keeping potential spoilers at bay for the upcoming film, he teased that they could go in the direction of a viral horror movie inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The idea that the pandemic will feature “the uncertainty of what you can’t see and the concept that being next to someone could catch something” is a very scary vein for the sequel film to take.

It has not been confirmed by anyone involved in the production that Cloverfield 2 will have a plot. However, this new quote suggests that they are willing to take the latest film in another unusual direction, mimicking the almost anthology-like nature of the previous sequels.

Cloverfield films are known for their tricky and complex ad campaigns (inspired by producer J.J. Abrams’ Lost promotion), so this quote could ultimately be part of a larger plan to mislead fans.

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