The underworld of 2018’s sci-fi horror movie “A Quiet Place” is on the rise, and it has reached the ranks of the best horror movies of all time. While a sequel reigns in theaters, a part of the series, directed by Jeff Nichols, has already been announced.
A Quiet Place is set in the near future, when the Earth is overrun by mysterious sound-sensitive monsters. Even the slightest puff is enough to say goodbye to life. Monsters are deadly and ruthless. They are rapidly decimating the inhabitants of the earth. In such a world, a brave family who knows they will survive if they remain absolutely silent is trying to survive.
“Silent Place 2,” which debuted in theaters a few days ago after a year of waiting due to the COVID-19 pandemic — the film’s premiere was originally scheduled last year, but coincided with movie theaters closing due to the pandemic — easily reached number one. At the North American box office. The success of the film accelerated the decision-making of what had been talked about for so long. The third film in the “A Quiet Place” series will be produced. And as Forbes reports, it won’t be its continuation, but rather an extension of it.
A spin-off is defined as the production processes that develop a sequence of a particular movie or series that take place alongside the main events. Thus, it seems that in the third film of the series “Silent Place” we will not see the heroes of the first two parts of the series, played by John Krasinski, Emily Blunt, Noah Jupe and Millicent Simmonds.
John Krasinski, the director of the first two parts of the film, will not be the director of the third film in the “Silent Place” series. The film is directed by Jeff Nichols, who specializes in modest productions with a primary focus on the story, not the hundreds of millions of dollars worth of influences. He became famous in 2012’s “The Runner” starring Matthew McConaughey. Nichols is also no stranger to the sci-fi genre. He was the director of the critically acclaimed 2016 movie “Nocny escapier,” starring Adam Driver and Michael Shannon.
The budding spin-off film “Silent Place” has been set to premiere by Studio Paramount on March 31, 2023.
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