The world traumatized by blind creatures attacking anything that makes noise is back. What will be the Abbott family’s next move? All in A Quiet Place Part II. Written and Directed by John Krasinski himself, the franchise of A Quiet Place has now officially come back with another sequel. The original story written by writer Bryan Woods and Scott Beck turned out to be a huge commercial success back in 2018. A Quiet Place went on to gross over $340 million worldwide winning several accolades. The movie was praised for its atmosphere, direction, acting, and sound design. Due to the humongous success of the first film, Paramount began the development of a sequel in April 2018. So here are all the details you need to know about the post-apocalyptic horror film.
A Quiet Place Part II follows a story set in a post-apocalyptic world. The movie sees humans surviving among blind creatures with hypersensitive hearing. They can track anything with even a pin-drop sound. So with no further adieu take a look at the official release date for A Quiet Place Part II, and everything you need to know about it.
A Quiet Place Part II – Paramount+ Release
Paramount has announced that A Quiet Place Part II will be releasing on Paramount+ right after 45 days of its theatrical release. Officially the movie is releasing in theatres on September 17, 2021. So according to that, we can expect the movie to drop on Paramount+ on 1st November 2021. Mostly somewhere in the first week of November 2021.
Much like many other film and TV productions, the sequel of A Quiet Place too went through a number of delays. The film originally was set to release last year on March 8, 2020, but was pushed due to Covid-19 Pandemic. After a few more postpones from September 2020 to April 2021, the movie is finally gearing up for a release. Much like other big film companies, Paramount is also relying on streaming services to ensure the success of films by releasing them on Paramount+. Even Mission Impossible 7 is also part of this plan to be released after 45 days of theatrical run.
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A Quiet Place Part II – Expected Plot
The official synopsis of A Quiet Place Part II suggests that it will see the Abbot Family moving away from their home. Especially after the deadly events. But now, they will be facing a much bigger threat in the outside world. The family soon realizes that creatures that hunt by sound are not the only ones after them in a world built for survival.
Apart from the official synopsis, the official trailer of A Quiet Place Part II gives us a lot more. The opening of the trailer suggests that we might be getting a glimpse into where these creatures came from. More like how this apocalypse began with the family in the center. On the other side in present, we see the family looking for a new home. Only until they realize there is more than creatures that are hunting humans. It seems like humans will be pitted against each other for survival. How the Abbot family survives remains to be seen in the upcoming second part of A Quiet Place. You may check out the trailer for A Quiet Place Part II below.
The Cast Of A Quiet Place Part II
Definitely, the surviving Abbott family from the original film are returning for a sequel of A Quiet Place to reprise their roles. These include the outstanding Emily Blunt in the role of now widowed Evelyn Abbott. Then Millicent Simmonds is returning to reprise her role of Evelyn’s daughter Regan Abbott. Also joining in, Noah Jupe as Marcus Abbott, the son of Evelyn and Lee and the younger brother of Regan.
Apart from the original cast members returning, there are some new additions we are yet to meet. These include Cillian Murphy as Emmett and Djimon Hounsou in an unspecified role. Also, John Krasinski will be reprising his role as Lee Abbott, the husband of Evelyn and father of Regan and Noah. Krasinski’s Lee will be seen in a few reshot flashback sequences of the film.
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