The high-profile pick has been delayed on two occasions for a theatrical release amidst the coronavirus epidemic.
Paramount is yet again thrusting and amidst the ongoing novel coronavirus epidemic that confirmed the release of the marquee title A Quiet Place Part II in 2021, the Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
The studio has now delayed John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place Part to Sept 17 for a theatrical release. The sequel was initially pushed from September 4, 2020, to April 23, 2021.
Krasinski wrote and directed A Quiet Place II, in which the original cast includes Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, and Noa Joop. Newcomers to the series include Cillian Murphy and Jimon Hounsou.
The latest delay for A Quiet Place Part II follows James Bond’s picture No Time to Die, pushing its release amid the ongoing epidemic and widespread theater closures in several major markets around the world.
Delaying large tentpoles such as No Time to Die to hit the lateplex was expected to spark another wave of high-profile moves between the spring and early summer films.
The first film, A Quiet Place (2018), emerges as a surprising new voice in the horror genre by director John Krasinski, in his story of a family forced to survive in a world with monsters who hunt with sound. The picture grossed $ 340.9 million on a worldwide $ 21 million budget, making it one of the year’s biggest success stories for an original film.
Not only a reason for the audience to be selected for a hit and a theatrical experience, but A Quiet Place also scored big with critics and Academy Award nominations for Best Sound Editing as well as nominations for several critics’ choices Achieved.