The Paramount film was first on the big screen in late March but was delayed by the novel coronavirus pandemic and unparalleled theater closures among many Hollywood event pictures.
A Quiet Place 2 Will Be Delayed
By March 20, practically all cinemas in the USA and many markets abroad, including China, were closed. It is still not clear when they will reopen; many predict that the blackout will continue until May and June.
Following the 2018 silent blockbuster A Quiet Place in North America, March 20 was scheduled to hit theater shows combined with a regular release in various international markets.
Krasinski has written and directed a film that stars Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, and Noah Jupe, original castmembers. Cillian Murphy and Djimon Hounsou are among the newcomers.
Paramount, along with the launch on Tuesday of a new A Quiet Place Part II, moved the Tom Cruise tentpole Top Gunn: Maverick, among other items, from June to December.
Although the release of A Quiet Place 2 was initially scheduled for March 20, 2020, due to a global coronavirus pandemic. The date of the film has now moved to September 4, 2020.
The cast of A Quiet Place 2 includes:
- Emily Blunt as Evelyn Abbott
- Millicent Simmonds as Regan Abbott
- Cillian Murphy as Emmett
- Noah Jupe as Marcus Abbott
- John Krasinski as Lee Abbott
- Lauren-Ashley Cristiano as Emmett’s Wife
- Zachary Golinger as Emmett’s Son
The first film, A Quiet Place, followed Abbotts, a young family in the post-apocalyptic United States who have to survive quietly to avoid being killed by super-sensitive hearing monsters. It was a smash hit in 2018 with a worldwide budget of $340 million for $17 million.
A Quiet Place 2 will answer some big questions about the monsters and add new survivors, according to the sequel star Henry.
Based on this teaser, it looks like A Quiet Place: Part II is based on its predecessor’s proven format. The idea played well with horror buffs, and it seems that Evelyn and the kids will travel throughout the country to search for protection. But as the character of Cillian Murphy said, the rule of law has broken and does not want to support everyone they encounter. There are more than monsters in Part II to hunt.