The third and final installment of the A Quiet Place trilogy is currently scheduled for release in 2025. The announcement was made by director John Krasinski on Tuesday at a Paramount investor day. Krasinski seems like an obvious possibility for director and writer, although neither has been named.
As with the first film, “A Quiet Place Part II” has its share of suspenseful sequences as well as jump scares.
There’s been an extraterrestrial invasion, and this storyline depicts the family’s struggle to live in the aftermath of that invasion. The creatures are unable to sight and must depend on their ears to find their way about. As a means of survival, the protagonists in this horror franchise must keep quiet. Among the cast are Krasinski and Emily Blunt as well as Noah Jupe and Millicent Simmonds, as well as Cillian Murphy.
Krasinski Might Be Directing The Third Installment Too
As a result of Krasinski’s proposal, filmmaker Michael Sarnoski is developing a spinoff for 2023 centered on the A Quiet Place series, which debuted in 2018. Director Krasinksi’s debut Quiet Place, co-written with Scott Beck, and Bryan Woods made him an A-lister. An impressive $340.9 million was amassed from ticket sales throughout the world.
After a month-long suspension thanks to the coronavirus epidemic, Krasinski wrote and produced A Quiet Place Part II, which premiered in May 2021. Amid the epidemic, it brought in $297 million worldwide.
In The Quiet Place series, the Earth has been overrun by massive aliens that can’t see or hear and must rely on sound to find their victims. In the first film, Krasinksi co-starred with his real-life wife, and The Adjustment Bureau alum Emily Blunt, and he made a brief appearance in the sequel. Noah Jupe as well as Millicent Simmonds portray their kids in the film.
‘If’, featuring Steve Carell, and Ryan Reynolds will be Krasinski’s following film to direct. The Paramount picture also stars and is produced by Krasinski.
In February 2022, the third “Quiet Place” movie was announced, and the conclusion of “Part II” strongly suggests that the tale will continue. For openers, when Regan and Evelyn defeat the invaders, there isn’t much exposition. Despite Abbotts’ survival, Emmett remains in serious condition, and the screen goes dark before anything further is displayed.
It wasn’t clear whether or not the movie will be released in cinemas or go directly to Paramount+ during the event hosted by Krasinski. In addition to the 2025 scheduled release, the third installment has no fixed release date. Until then, viewers will have to sit and watch what happens to the remaining Abbotts.