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February 5, 2018

Netflix’s ‘Cloverfield’ sequel starts streaming tonight

by John_A

Last year Netflix’s Super Bowl ad focused on a season of Stranger Things we still had months to wait for, but this year things are different. The streaming company dropped a surprise 30-second teaser for The Cloverfield Paradox, a sequel to the 2008 monster movie that will be available for viewing worldwide tonight, after the game. As Deadline notes, the Paramount/J.J. Abrams flick had been planned for a theatrical release this weekend, but reports that this agreement with Netflix made the $45 million movie “immediately profitable.”

Also, on Twitter Netflix revealed a promotional deal that will send snacks directly to viewers in New York, San Francisco, LA and Chicago, in time for the movie’s debut after the game.

Netflix:

In the near future, a group of international astronauts on a space station are working to solve a massive energy crisis on Earth. The experimental technology aboard the station has an unexpected result, leaving the team isolated and fighting for their survival.

Developing…

NY, SF, LA, Chicago: since we’re doing surprises tonight, tweet back with #CloverfieldParadox 🌎 for some last-minute snack delivery. Rules: https://t.co/OU1y8Gb2h3

— Netflix US (@netflix) February 5, 2018

Some thing happened. You’ll know why after the game. #CloverfieldParadox pic.twitter.com/HGqIC1AqB7

— The Cloverfield Paradox (@CloverfieldPRDX) February 5, 2018

IT’S FUCKING DROPPING TONIGHT GET READY MY RESPECTED AND BELOVED FRIEND

— Netflix US (@netflix) February 5, 2018

Source: Netflix (YouTube), Netflix (US)

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