Sorry, ‘Cloverfield’ fans – the third film has been delayed again

You've got to hold on a little longer

The next film in the Cloverfield franchise has been delayed for a second time.

After being pushed back from October 2017 to February 2018, the third film in the series will now be hitting cinemas on April 20 this year.

New movie The God Particle follows 2008’s Cloverfield and 2016’s 10 Cloverfield Lane.

 

The God Particle sees Elizabeth Debicki and Gugu Mbatha-Raw play stranded astronauts who have unintentionally made the earth vanish.

Sci-fi heavyweight J.J Abrams is overseeing as producer, whilst Julius Onah directs.

Abrams recently returned to a galaxy far far away as the director of Star Wars: Episode IX, following the departure of Colin Trevorrow.

A few details about Star Wars: Episode IX, such as the 2019 release date, have already been revealed. 

This will mark Abrams’ second Star Wars film after Episode VII: The Force Awakens, which became the movie with the biggest ever box office opening weekend after its release in 2015.

2017’s sequel, The Last Jedi, recently gained the second highest figures, despite a mixed reception from fans