The sequel to A Quiet Place has a new resident.
Filming is currently underway for the follow-up to John Krasinski’s directional debut which pulled in $340,9 million worldwide.
In addition, the film which also starred Krasinski, his wife Emily Blunt, Noah Jupe, and Millicent Simmonds picked up a handful of awards, including the Critics’ Choice for Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie and a Screen Actors Guild Award for Blunt.
While Krasinski, Blunt, Jupe, and Simmonds are all returning for A Quiet Place: Part II, they were originally expected to be joined by Brian Tyree Henry. However, the Child’s Play actor was forced to pull out due to scheduling conflicts. Instead, he is set to be replaced by Captain Marvel actor, Djimon Honsou, who will next be seen in Charlie’s Angels.
Details regarding the plot of the sequel have remained as quiet as its characters who were forced to live in complete silence lest creatures who hunt on sound find them.
A Quiet Place: Part II is set for release on March 18th, 2020.