Small details you missed in The Cloverfield Paradox
The Cloverfield universe — or should we say, multiverse — has now officially expanded into some wild new territory. Netflix surprised fans of the sci-fi film series by dropping the third installment, The Cloverfield Paradox (formerly known as The God Particle) on Super Bowl Sunday 2018 without much warning at all. Like its predecessors, Cloverfield and 10 Cloverfield Lane, the film offers a new perspective on what has happened to cause all of those giant monsters to appear and start ravaging the Earth.
Set aboard an international space station, a crew spends two years trying to solve the world's ongoing energy crisis by testing a particle accelerator known as the Shepard, while world wars threaten to rage below over diminishing resources. Their miracle machine launch doesn't go quite as planned, however, as it rips open another dimension filled with massive demons and monsters to wreak havoc on the very planet the astronauts are trying to protect. So, how does the film tie everything together (so far), and what Easter eggs can be found floating throughout the space module? Let's take a look.