‘Cloverfield’: Unofficial Short Film About Never-Before-Seen ’10 Cloverfield Lane’ Character Goes Viral

‘Cloverfield’: Unofficial Short Film About Never-Before-Seen ’10 Cloverfield Lane’ Character Goes Viral
The J.J. Abrams-backed “Cloverfield” movie franchise has three titles under its belt, “Cloverfield,” “10 Cloverfield Lane,” and “The Cloverfield Paradox,” but there would be a fourth movie in development if special effects supervisor Greg Strasz had any say in the matter. Strasz, best known for his VFX work on films such as “It Follows,” “White House Down,” and “Independence: Day Resurgence,” directed an unofficial “Cloverfield” short film titled “Megan,” which centers around the daughter of John Goodman’s character from “10 Cloverfield Lane.”

Megan” hit YouTube on July 31 and has earned over 32,000 views and counting (via Entertainment Weekly). In “10 Cloverfield Lane,” Goodman’s Howard Stambler frequently spoke about his daughter, Megan. The character was never seen on screen, as Howard said she went missing two years prior to the events of the film. Strasz’s short film imagines what happened to Megan and was filmed as a “proof of concept.
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