You could almost say that John Krasinski couldn’t keep quiet about his ideas for a sequel.
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Like many of you, we loved John Krasinski's surprise horror hit, A Quiet Place. But the one thing most people were "quiet" about during release was what the monsters looked like.
Jim Gianopulos, the head of Paramount Pictures, took the occasion of CinemaCon 2018 to announce some major sequels in development at the studio. We'll be seeing more of Star Trek, Cloverfield and the recent horror hit A Quiet Place.
A Quiet Place is effective not just because it's a good horror story, but because of how many questions it doesn't answer. But that doesn't mean there aren't things we're still eager to know. Luckily, director, co-writer and star John Krasinski is here to explain things. Most importantly: How the hell can people fart in the world of A Quiet Place without dying?
Up until a few weeks ago, John Krasinski was best known as that dude who starred on the American version of The Office. That all changed with the success of horror sensation A Quiet Place, which he directed, co-wrote and also stars in. Now we know the filmmaker will be moving from horror to sci-fi for his next project.
A Quiet Place, directed by John Krasinski, is a superlative horror film because it does all the little things right. It stars simple, relatable characters who live in a well-defined yet fascinating world, and face a terrifying, but wholly understandable, villain. When the building blocks of a movie are that solid, it's no surprise everything that follows is so damn good. A Quiet Place was built right.
Video: You'd think after living in a world where most of the human population had been decimated by vicious monsters who hunt things by listening to the sounds they make, everyone would have gotten the memo to stop shouting outside. And yet, the final trailer for the John Krasinski-directed A Quiet Place reminds us, that is not the case.
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