Find Out Who (Maybe) Dies In Cloverfield!

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Welcome to Morning Spoilers, where we wake you up with a blast of forbidden intel. We bring you episode guides from the future for movies and shows that haven't happened yet. Click through for a full summary of Cloverfield, plus a first look at the Time Traveler's Wife movie.

  • A possibly fake but super-detailed summary of Cloverfield says the monster is a giant humanoid, with a scaly face and angry red eyes. It sheds parasites which grow inside people until they explode and smaller jagged-tooth monsters bust out. (Or maybe the parasites come from tainted Slusho! drinks?) The annoying "slut" dies early on (shockingly) and pretty much everyone dies later. Going back to find the injured Beth turns out to be a mistake. So does getting on that evac helicopter. The movie ends when the "cameraman" and his battery are both about to die. [1-18-08News]
  • There are a lot of "really really unique" robots in the maybe-delayed Transformers 2, promises director Michael Bay. [Slashfilm]
  • Another tidbit about Cadet Kirk cheating on the Kobiyashi Maru no-win-situation test in Star Trek: apparently his brilliant re-programming of the simulation consists of seducing a woman into fixing it for him. [CinemaBlend]
  • Shannyn Sossamon's character in One Missed Call has an abusive past, which may be why the evil force chooses her cellphone to hijack. Meanwhile, a diminutive knife-killer slaughters tons of cute young girls, exults star Edward Burns. [ShockTillYouDrop]
  • Battlestar's Aaron Douglas (Chief Tyrol) is an alien-hater who locks Clark in a special prison, on Smallville. [Kryptonsite]
  • Heroes rumor: Volume Three, "Villains," will feature a new big bad named Benjamin Washington who rampages through New Orleans and kills Micah. []
  • Besides the "Oceanic Six" who get off the island in Lost, one other person escapes during season four. [SpoilerFix]
  • First two Doctor Who episode titles in season four are "Partners In Crime" and "The Sontaran Stratagem." The latter is written by Helen "Daleks In Manhattan" Raynor, so be warned. [Spoiler TV]
  • Meanwhile in Who spinoff Torchwood, Jack and Ianto follow up their "stopwatch" innuendo by going on a real date. [ickleprince]
  • If you miss Journeyman, you'll welcome preview images from The Time Traveler's Wife, the movie of Audrey Niffenegger's novel about a woman (Rachel McAdams) who marries a guy (Eric Bana) who time-travels when he gets stressed.[CinemaBlend]
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Charlie Jane Anders

@JDGiotta: I almost pointed out that this is Bana's second role where something science fictional happens when he gets stressed out. But I try to keep the morning spoilers really brief. But thanks for pointing that out!