Although the sequel to 2018’s A Quiet Place still hasn’t found its way to audiences yet, it seems Paramount is keen to make the most of the series’ popularity.

2018’s A Quiet Place was something of a breakout hit for Paramount. Grossing over $340m worldwide from a small budget, it wasn’t only a smash commercial success, but a critical one too, proving to be one of the most talked about films of that year.

Despite the fact that the quickly-announced and shot sequel A Quiet Place Part II, has yet to release thanks to the pandemic, Paramount is keen to capitalise on the enduring buzz surrounding the franchise. News then has been announced (via The Hollywood Reporter)  that there’s another Quiet Place project in the works at Paramount, this time a spin-off project that will be directed by Jeff Nichols, the helmer of Mud and Loving. 

Apparently, John Krasinski – who has directed and co-written the two film in the series so far – conceived the story and will also produce the new film. A Quiet Place Part II was of course set to open in March but was quickly delayed. It’s now set for release in April of next year. Still seeing buses and billboards emblazoned with images for A Quiet Place Part II has made the film’s prolonged delay more noticeable, so this is most definitely good news for fans of the series.

More news on the upcoming project as we hear it.

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