Be very, very quiet. Those who hunt by sound are coming back. Again.
A third movie in the successful A Quiet Place franchise is in development, according to a report on Deadline, for release sometime in 2025.
This film, as announced by series star and director John Krasinski, will be separate and apart from the upcoming spinoff movie previously announced. That entry–from writer/director Michael Sarnoski (Pig) and based on an original story idea by Krasinski–is scheduled to land in theaters Sept. 22, 2023.
The most recent film–which does not yet have a writer or director–will be produced by Krasinski, Michael Bay, Andre Form and Brad Fuller, with Allyson Seeger serving as executive producer.
These additions to the film franchise were, no doubt, prompted by the success of last year’s A Quiet Place Part II, which raked in nearly $280 million worldwide over the summer.
The original 2018 A Quiet Place–directed by Krasinski from a screenplay he wrote with Bryan Woods and Scott Beck–follows the Abbott family as they struggle to survive in a post-apocalyptic world inhabited by blind monsters who hunt by sound. The film was a box office sensation, raking in more than $340 million worldwide on a $20-million budget.
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