We already know who will be the director of the new film cloverfield. The last movie we met in the franchise was paradox. Now, Paramount is preparing to breathe new life into the property. Although many details have not yet been revealed, it is known that the studio is ready to move forward with the story.
In accordance with dead linewho will sit in the director’s chair will be Babak Anvariwho will direct his first block buster after taking responsibility for multiple independent projects as Under the shadow (2016) or wounds (2019). In 2021, Joe Barton (Duty/Shame).
At the moment there is no official title or synopsis for the production. However, it is known that JJ Abrams, Matt Reeves and the Bad Robot studio will be behind the project, which makes sense when remembering that they were behind the first installment. This new entrance to the universe cloverfield is intriguing, because ways have always been found to make each chapter of the story find its own identity. Surely the announcement that will be made will be quite creative.
Another thing that is also not known is if the adventure will be connected to the first film or if it will be a separate exercise. It must be remembered that neither 10 Cloverfield Avenue neither paradox were connected to the monster movies footage film directed by Reeves. In fact, the approach of the franchise has always been to create quasi-anthology films held together by a few simple elements.
The British-Iranian filmmaker Banbak Anvari will have the challenge of vindicating the science fiction stories that began in 2009, after the lukewarm reception of the last installment that, although it had the support of Netflix, did not catch the critics or the audience .
Now that it has been revealed who will be the director of the new film by cloverfield, It’s a good time to remember where everything turned out. Here our review of The Cloverfield Paradox.
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