The much-anticipated horror thriller movie ‘A Quiet Place Part II’ has been saved from delay as the makers have shifted the release date four months earlier.
Directed by actor-filmmaker John Krasinski, ‘A Quiet Place’ was originally scheduled to hit the screens last year on 20th March but the plans were thwarted by the coronavirus pandemic and delaying the movie to 17th September 2021.
Krasinski took to Twitter and shared the good news with friends and wrote, “They always say good things come to those who wait. Well… I think we’ve waited long enough. A QUIET PLACE PART II. MEMORIAL DAY.”
They always say good things come to those who wait. Well… I think we’ve waited long enough.
A QUIET PLACE PART II
MEMORIAL DAY pic.twitter.com/hqkE0YcUj8
— John Krasinski (@johnkrasinski) March 5, 2021
The release date was also updated on the official Twitter page of the movie. “From writer/director @JohnKrasinski, experience #AQuietPlace Part II in theatres May 28,” the description read.
In part two, the movie will show the Abbott family would face the terrors of the outside world as they continue their fight for survival in silence. Forced to venture into the unknown, they quickly realize that the creatures that hunt by sound are not the only threats that lurk beyond the sand path.
Released in 2016, the first A Quiet Place followed the story of a family attempting to survive in a dystopian world where vicious monsters are hypersensitive to sound. The original film was a word-of-mouth hit, earning $340m (£249) globally from a $17m (£12.4m) budget.