JJ Abrams unveils Overlord footage at CinemaCon 2018, insists it is not a Cloverfield sequel

Overlord's footage was released during Paramount Pictures’ CinemaCon presentation at CinemaCon 2018 on Wednesday.

FP Staff April 26, 2018 16:47:34 IST
JJ Abrams unveils Overlord footage at CinemaCon 2018, insists it is not a Cloverfield sequel

Los Angeles: Filmmaker JJ Abrams has debunked the reports claiming that his upcoming film Overload will be the fourth film in the Cloverfield series.

The filmmaker revealed that the horror film about World War II soldiers who find out the Nazis are using supernatural forces and engaging in gruesome experiments, will be Bad Robot's first R-rated movie, reported Variety.

JJ Abrams unveils Overlord footage at CinemaCon 2018 insists it is not a Cloverfield sequel

JJ Abrams. Image via Twitter

"It's bat shit crazy," said Abrams.

The filmmaker added that"we're actually developing a true, dedicated Cloverfield sequel" and which will screen in theaters.

Overlord opens 26 October, 2018.

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