With A Quiet Place Part II new in theaters, director John Krasinski has already revealed that the following Quiet Place movie script has been composed. Debuting back in 2018, the initial A Quiet Place film end up being a massive achievement, earning $340 million in the cinema world around the world. It immediately became apparent that Paramount had another franchise on their hands, which paved the way for the following film in the arrangement.
Originally planned to release in the spring of 2020, A Quiet Place Part II was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The film finally opened Memorial Day weekend 2021 with a projected film industry gross of $57 million in only four days, which is a massive achievement in these pandemic-era times. Repeating their parts from the primary film, the new film stars Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, and Noah Jupe as they navigate a dystopian world swarmed by dazzle creatures that have an acute feeling of hearing. Notwithstanding the delays in releasing A Quiet Place Part II, it appears to be that the creative team isn’t easing back down in growing further installments.
As found in a tweet from Fandango Editor Erik Davis, during a scene of TwitterSpaces, Krasinski revealed that author director Jeff Nichols (Midnight Special) has already composed and handed in the content for the following Quiet Place movie. While alluded to as “part three,” Krasinski wouldn’t present further details as to who the film’s center will be or in the event that it will proceed with the same storyline of the past two movies.
Back in November of 2020, Paramount announced plans for another movie in the Quiet Place universe. The studio fixed Nichols to steerage the venture, which is based on an original idea by Krasinski. While the studio has set a 2022 release date for the movie, further details are not known at this time; in any case, the studio has consistently alluded to the task as the third movie in the franchise, which could mean that the content Krasinski is alluding to above is for the Nichols side project movie rather than an immediate spin-off of the past Quiet Place movies.
While very little is known at this time about the third Quiet Place film, unmistakably the studio does in fact have plans to proceed with the franchise. Whether an immediate continuation or side project, based on the critical and commercial achievement the initial two movies have gotten, there is a decent chance that the third movie will progress admirably. In spite of the fact that this will be the most high-profile feature Nichols has helmed, he has been handed a solid foundation on which to assemble a convincing film.