God Particle (2018)

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God Particle
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Paramount Pictures Movie
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God Particle
Directed by Julius Onah
Produced by J.J. Abrams, Lindsey Weber
Written by Oren Uziel, Doug Jung
Music by To be announced
Distributor Paramount Pictures
Rating To be announced
Budget To be announced
Box Office To be announced
Running Time To be announced

God Particle is the working title of an upcoming science fiction film produced by Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot. The third entry in the Cloverfield anthology series, it will be released to American theaters on April 20, 2018.[1]


Paramount's synopsis of the film when it was first announced in 2012 is as follows:

After a physics experiment with a large hadron accelerator causes the Earth to seemingly vanish completely, the terrified crew of an orbiting American space station is left floating in the middle of now-even-more-empty space. When a European spacecraft appears on their radar, the Americans must determine whether it’s their salvation, or a harbinger of doom.[2]


Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Julius Onah
  • Written by   Oren Uziel, Doug Jung
  • Produced by   J.J. Abrams, Lindsey Weber
  • Executive Producing by   Bob Dohrmann, Tommy Harper
  • Cinematography by   Dan Mindel
  • Edited by   Alan Baumgarten
  • Production Design by   Doug J. Meerdink
  • Assistant Directing by   Mark Anthony Little


Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

  • David Oyelowo   as  
  • Gugu Mbatha-Raw   as  
  • Daniel Brühl   as  
  • Elizabeth Debicki   as  
  • Chris O'Dowd   as  
  • John Ortiz   as  
  • Ziyi Zhang   as  
  • Aksel Hennie   as  
  • Roger Davies   as  


Principal photography began in Los Angeles on June 10, 2016.[3]

Alternate Reality Game

On July 17, 2017, Paramount opened a Twitter account for a Slusho truck, Slusho being the name of the fictitious soft drink whose parent company Tagruato inadvertently awakened the monster in the backstory for Cloverfield. A physical truck appeared at San Diego Comic Con several days later, serving beverages to attendees.[4]

On January 18, 2018, the tenth anniversary of Cloverfield's theatrical debut, the tagruato.jp website featured in the alternate reality games for that film and 10 Cloverfield Lane was updated. Only the main page is accessible, displaying an error message amid heavy distortion of the original site. Beneath and behind the error message is a press release announcing Tagruato's pursuit of a "revolutionary new energy technology," which is projected to be ready by April 18, 2028. The next day, Reddit user jnutttzzz discovered that the URL 04-18-2028.com led to a garbled video of a person saying, "That is why I'm trying to warn you about the dangers of Tagruato is trying to do."


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Astounding Beyond Belief

27 days ago
Score 1
Thirty-seven days until release and still no sign of a real marketing campaign! Can they keep it going?


27 days ago
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God's Godzilla

3 months ago
Score 0
Sounds similar to the horror film Life

Indominus Rex 2016

4 months ago
Score 1
Will Cloverfield actually appear in this movie?


4 months ago
Score 1
The monster may be referenced but I don't think he'll make a physical appearance. He wasn't in 10 Cloverfield Lane and it seems each of these movies is trying to tackle a different style / genre.