The upcoming sequel of last year’s breakout hit A Quiet Place, completes production.
A Quiet Place was one of last year’s most surprisingly satisfying movies, a disquieting horror that also had the pleasing side effect of ceasing all noisy cinema snackers because of its oppressive use of total silence throughout much of the film’s running time.
Now, the sequel, helmed again by John Krasinski, has officially wrapped and will begin its post-production phase, with release slated for March next year in the U.S. at least. With the first film ending on something of a cliffhanger and Krasinski promising that the sequel will explore the wider world and the effects of a monster-ravaged, post-apocalyptic Earth, there’s plenty to look forward to.
Emily Blunt returns, with newcomers Cillian Murphy and Djimon Hounsou also joining the cast. According to Collider, we should expect a trailer sometime later this year as Paramount releases its two big science fiction titles, Gemini Man, featuring Will Smith and Terminator: Dark Fate.
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