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CLOVERFIELD 'Furious' poster plus some NYC street shooting pics!!!

Ahoy, squirts! Quint here with your weekly dose of Cloverfield stuff. Maybe it’s just me, but I think of all the rumored names are interesting, but for some reason I like just calling it CLOVERFIELD. Looks like Harry might have been on to something in his post here because I was sent the below poster from a pretty high-level spy. Click to make it bigger, baby.

Harry had it slightly off… it’s Furious and not Ferocious, but pretty damn close, yeah? We already know there are “Monstrous” versions of the poster going around. Food for thought… But if you want more, check this out! The film is shooting in New York currently, under the name CHEESE. That working title wasn’t enough to shake off our loyal NY spies. Below find a stream-of-consciousness report from the set-stumbler as well as some pics of the havoc in the streets!

Right now at the corner of Orchard and Stanton... coming upon it, the whole thing really looked like a genuine accident... except, there were people standing around pretty close, and then I noticed they were holding signs saying "Clovefield ("Cheese")" Here's pictures from just a few minutes ago... destruction ravaging poor Orchard Street in the Lower East Side. Definitely a challenge setting this up at sunset in this area and there's lots of tension trying to keep the curious back. Everyone coming up is hitting their phones saying "Oh God... coming up on a horrible accident." It's still not even clear until you get close... just a feeling of dread hanging over things. "It's some kind of holocaust..." says a restaurant worker nearby, sounding a bit perturbed... "a holocaust movie. It's called 'Today's the Day.'" Uh... no. The taxi's left blinker is on now... the crew is starting to tell people it will be "dangerous" to stay too close. Shoot is starting.... If you use it, call me... Elsegundo

Thanks for the report! Down the rabbit hole we go, further and further, eh squirts? Curiouser and curiouser… -Quint

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