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Netflix Teases ‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ to Stream Starting Tonight (Video)

Next chapter of the ”Cloverfield“ series arrives right after the Super Bowl

The “Cloverfield” series has become known for its secretive marketing and surprise announcements, and now Netflix has unveiled the third installment of the series, “The Cloverfield Paradox,” which will hit the streaming service Sunday just after the Super Bowl.

Director Julius Onah’s film — which was once titled “God Particle” — was recently bumped from Paramount’s domestic release schedule (after bounding around the calendar).

Netflix took over rights in most territories for the space station-set film starring Elizabeth Debicki, Daniel Brühl, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and David Oyelowo.

The film follows a team of astronauts aboard a space station who find themselves in danger after an experiment involving a particle accelerator makes Earth disappear.

The movie was re-engineered to be the third in producer J.J. Abrams’ series of “Cloverfield” films, which began with Matt Reeve’s 2008 found-footage monster-in-Manhattan movie and followed with Dan Trachtenberg’s 2016 thriller “10 Cloverfield Lane” starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead.

Watch the trailer above.