A Quiet Place Two is an American horror by John Krasinski and a sequel to the 2018 film. In addition, both films follow a family struggling to survive in a post-apocalyptic world. In other words in the future where blind monsters live, but with a superior sense of hearing. The film stars Emily Blunt, Djimon Hounsou, Cillian Murphy. As well as Noah Jupe and Millicent Simmonds.
After the success of A Quiet Place in 2018, Paramount Pictures opts for a second sequel. Much of the production took place in western New York. Even though the premiere was on the 8th of March 2020, due to the pandemic everything moved. However, over time, the deal was to be shown in cinemas and streaming platforms.
A silent place 2 Story
After the tragic events at home, the Abbott family faces new challenges. Furthermore before them is facing the horrors of the outside world. Therefore they have no choice but to go into the unknown. However, they soon begin to realize that monsters are not the only threat.
A Quiet Place Two Reviews
This film is more than a worthy sequel to the 2018 original. Furthermore by watching you can also feel uncertainty and fear. Even more, there is a visible connection with the first movie. There is a lot of violence, blood as well as despair in a post-apocalyptic society.
In conclusion, every viewer can feel the uncertainty from the distant future. Suffice it to say that the movie is not for the faint of heart. With a PG-13 rating, you need to think carefully about which of your family you will allow enjoying this tense horror.
Movie fun facts
John Krasinski initially did not want to be part of this project. However, after a long persuasion from the producer, he agreed to participate in the new project. Therefore after three weeks, he had to write a new story.
Emily Blunt also hesitated at first. In other words, she felt she wouldn’t be able to do a great job like in the first movie. However, when she heard that John Krasinski was returning, she no longer had to think.
Although Brian Tyree was the first choice for the role, he eventually had to give up. Djimon Hounsou came in to replace him. Scott Beck and Bryan Woods did not want to continue the collaboration because in the meantime they started with new projects.