The third film in the Cloverfield arrangement of motion pictures is as yet set for discharge this year, after at one phase vanishing from the discharge plans. It’s passing by the working title of God Particle, and the film stars Elizabeth Debicki, Daniel Bruhl, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Chris O’Dowd and David Oyelowo. The motion picture’s postponement was down to some reshoot work, that was supervised by maker JJ Abrams alongside make a big appearance chief Julius Onah. It appears that the title of the motion picture will change before we get the opportunity to see it, yet that additionally, it’s not very far away. The new discharge date for whatever the following Cloverfield is called will be in April, and anticipate that limited time work will start soon. We realize that this one takes after space explorers on the International Space Station, however outside of that, few points of interest are known. The new Cloverfield sequel, tentatively titled God Particle, was set to hit theaters next month, February 2018, but now it looks like the next entry in the secretive Cloverfield franchise will be arriving in April 2018. More details on the Cloverfield sequel release date are below. Read More : The Incredibles 2 Rang In 2018 With A Different Kind Of Toast The Untitled Cloverfield Movie, which for a while was going under the name God Particle, has had its release date pushed yet again. The film, set to follow the surprise semi-sequel 10 Cloverfield Lane, was initially announced for a February 24, 2017, release date. The production reportedly went through some reshoots supervised by producer JJ Abrams, and that date moved to October 17, 2017. Then the date moved yet again, to February 2, 2018. With February fast approaching, it seemed slightly strange that there had been no real marketing for the film released yet, and now we know why: it’s been pushed back one more time. The decision to move the movie’s release yet again was made very recently, likely during the holidays. Right up until before the holiday season commenced, Paramount was still listing the film for its February 2, 2018, release date, as this tweet from Fandango managing editor Erik Davis confirms.