This image released by Paramount Pictures shows director Dan Trachtenberg, center, talking with actors John Goodman, right, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead on the set of "10 Cloverfield Lane." (Michele K. Short/Paramount Pictures via AP)
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I'd like to apologize to those who were sitting next to me for my aggressive popcorn munching during "10 Cloverfield Lane," the new J.J. Abrams-produced nail-biter starring a creepier John Goodman than you've ever seen (and that's saying something).If you're like me, which is to say easily creeped out by unbearable tension and constant fear, not to mention intense claustrophobia, then I strongly suggest you either bring your own snacks, an old sweatshirt or a good friend's arm to chew on.A couple things to get out of the way: First, this film, directed by Dan Trachtenberg, is not a sequel to the 2008 Abrams-produced "Cloverfield," though it does share a similar vibe, not to mention part of a title – which hints at a franchise. Naturally, Michelle thinks Howard (Goodman, in all his imposing girth) is up to something bad.
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