Overlord (2018)

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Directed by Julius Avery
Producer(s) J.J. Abrams, Lindsey Weber
Jo Burn (Executive)
Written by Billy Ray, Mark L. Smith
Music by Jed Kurzel[1]
Distributor Paramount Pictures
Rating To be announced
Budget To be announced
Box office To be announced
Running time To be announced

Overlord is the working title of an upcoming supernatural horror film produced by Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot. The fourth entry in the Cloverfield anthology series, it will be released to American theaters on October 26, 2018.[2]


Paramount's synopsis of the film is as follows:

On the eve of D-Day, American paratroopers are dropped behind enemy lines to carry out a mission crucial to the invasion’s success. But as they approach their target, they begin to realize there is more going on in this Nazi-occupied village than a simple military operation. They find themselves fighting against supernatural forces, part of a Nazi experiment.[2]


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

  • Directed by   Julius Avery
  • Produced by   J.J. Abrams, Lindsey Weber
  • Executive producing by   Jo Burn
  • Music by   Jed Kurzel
  • Cinematography by   Laurie Rose
  • Production design by   Jon Henson
  • Assistant directing by   Matthew Penry-Davey, Mark Hopkins


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

  • Jovan Adepo   as  
  • Wyatt Russell   as  
  • Iain De Caestecker   as  
  • Pilou Asbæk   as  
  • Bokeem Woodbine   as  
  • Jacob Anderson   as  
  • John Magaro   as  
  • Marc Rissmann   as   Actor
  • Éva Magyar   as   Aunt Simone
  • Ben Tavassoli   as   Nez
  • Dominic Applewhite   as  
  • Michael Epp   as  
  • Andy Wareham   as   Richt
  • Shawn Dixon   as   Dead German Soldier #1
  • Mathilde Ollivier   as  
  • Matt Lindquist   as  
  • Mickey Lewis   as   Nazi Soldier
  • Ryan Wiseman, Shane Buddington, Peter Dawson   as   German SS Soldiers
  • Nick Roeten   as   The Mistake
  • James Thomas Scott   as   French Prisoner


Principal photography began in the United Kingdom in May 2017.[3]


As a Bad Robot genre film not based on any existing property, speculation began immediately that Overlord was part of the Cloverfield anthology series. /Film confirmed the connection on January 29, 2018.[2]


Main article: Overlord/Gallery.


  • The film's working title comes from Operation Overlord, the code name for the Allied invasion of France during World War II.


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28 months ago
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so clover is a nazi experiment?????

The King of the Monsters

28 months ago
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I don't think so. In The Cloverfield Paradox Mark Stambler says the particle accelerator will unleash supernatural forces across history in different realities, so Overlord will probably be about the Nazis experimenting with something that was released into WWII Europe by the particle accelerator.


27 months ago
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I want to see Clover attack places in the year 1000.
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