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A Quiet Place Part II Release Date Brought Forward By Four Months

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A Quiet Place Part II Release Date Brought Forward By Four Months

The release date for A Quiet Place Part II has been brought forward by four months. Watch the trailer here:

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The sequel was originally scheduled to be released last year, and it even had its premiere in New York City, but it soon became apparent it would have to be pushed back because of you know what.

It has subsequently been rescheduled on numerous occasions, but this time it is being moved in the right direction - from 17 September to 28 May.

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John Krasinski returns to the director's chair and he actually features in the sequel too, which may come as a surprise to you if you've watched the first film.

He's also written the follow-up, so seemingly the bloke can do everything.


Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, and Noah Jupe reprise their roles in the sequel, while none other than Cillian Murphy - aka Tommy Shelby - joins the cast.

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Djimon Hounsou, who gave an Oscar-nominated performance in Blood Diamond, will also feature.

The official plot summary reads: "Following the deadly events at home, the Abbott family (Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe) must now face the terrors of the outside world as they continue their fight for survival in silence.

"Forced to venture into the unknown, they quickly realise that the creatures that hunt by sound are not the only threats that lurk beyond the sand path."

Divulging a little more about the narrative, Krasinski told Total Film that the sequel will see Blunt's character faced with the stark realisation that surviving, rather than thriving, is the name of the game.

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It was pushed back, now it's been pulled forward. Credit: Paramount Pictures
It was pushed back, now it's been pulled forward. Credit: Paramount Pictures

He said: "I love the idea of the first one, that Emily and I as characters were all about surviving versus the thriving. All [my character] wanted to do was survive.

"And [her character] says, 'That's not enough. We have to thrive. We have to let these kids be whole human beings'.

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"And after I'm gone, I'm loving seeing Emily really battle with that - that maybe survival was the way to go. And maybe this idea of thriving was too dangerous."

Featured Image Credit: Paramount Pictures

Topics: TV and Film, US Entertainment

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