A Quiet Place Part II

A Quiet Place Part II

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A Quiet Place Part II is an American horror film of 2020 and a sequel to “A Quiet Place” (2018). This sequel movie is directed by John Krasinski and stars Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, and Noah Jupe And directed, they replayed the role from the first film. Cillian Murphy and Djimon Hounsou also joined the cast. Krasinski also replayed his role from the first film in the newly filmed flashback.

A Quiet Place Part II

Paramount Pictures, the studio of the first film, started producing a sequel in April 2018 after the first film’s box office success. By the following August, Krasinski was writing the film, and he was hired as the director in February 2019. Production will take place in western New York from June to September 2019.

The film has its world premiere in New York City on March 8, 2020, and is scheduled to be released in theaters on April 23, 2021. Paramount originally planned to release the film commercially in late March 2020, but postponed its release to September 2020. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the second time is April 2021.

Paramount Pictures produced the first film “A Quiet Place” with a budget of $17 million. Paramount Pictures released the film in the U.S. and Canada in April 2018, with a box office revenue of $50.2 million on the weekend of the premiere, much higher than its mid-term forecast of $20 million. In late April, Paramount Chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos announced that it was working on a sequel.

The first film eventually won US$188 million in the box office in the United States and Canada, and US$340.9 million in box office worldwide. John Krasinski was the director and star of the first film. He co-wrote the film with others. He said that the film was “one-off”. Unsure if a similar success can be found in the sequel, he initially told Paramount to look for another writer and director. The screenwriters of the first film, Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, did not return for a sequel.

Woods said that they are not interested in franchising methods. They would rather try to “create original ideas” and use their writing credits “as an opportunity to promote multiple projects.” Baker said: “Rather than focusing on the sequel itself, it is better to reinvest in the original creative ecosystem in a huge market.”

A Quiet Place Part II
A Quiet Place Part II

Three months after “A Quiet Place” was released, Krasinski decided to brainstorm a sequel. According to Krasinski, Paramount rejected the propaganda of other writers and directors who thought it was too franchising. He said: “I have a small idea to make Millie (Symonds) the protagonist of the movie… Her role opened the door to all the themes I dealt with in the first movie.”

The studio invited him to write a script according to his own ideas. As of August 2018, Krasinski is writing this movie. In the following February, he was hired to direct the sequel, and actors Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe were confirmed to be replayed Character. In March, Cillian Murphy joined the cast. In the following June, Brian Tyree Henry joined the cast, but due to scheduling problems, he left the film. In August, he was replaced by Djimon Hounsou.

In June 2019, the sequel began production. Filming officially started on July 15. There were 47 days of shooting in the entire western New York area, including Akron, Alcott, Dunkirk, La Cabana and Buffalo. Other locations include the cities of Erie County and North Tonawanda, and the Port of Barcelona in Westfield Township, Chotoqua County. Filming also took place on a large stage at the Buffalo Film Factory in South Buffalo. One of the last filming locations, the Northbound South Grand Island Bridge, was closed for 13 hours for filming.

In addition to western New York, films were also shot in the Hudson Valley area of ​​New York, especially in the towns of Dover, Pauline and New Paltz. In New Paltz, the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail was re-photographed and filmed on a bridge in the first film. The film invested more than $10 million in upstate New York, created 400 employees and involved 300 background actors. By late September, production had been completed.

A Quiet Place Part II will premiere worldwide on March 8, 2020 at Lincoln Center in New York City. Paramount Pictures plans to release the movie in theaters on April 23, 2021. The movie was originally scheduled to be released on March 20, 2020, but was postponed to September 4, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The change to April 2021 is the second postponement of the studio. Prior to the March 2020 plan, Paramount initially planned to release the movie on May 15, 2020.

Directed by
John Krasinski

Writing Credits
Scott Beck (characters)
John Krasinski (written by)
Bryan Woods (characters)

Cast
Emily Blunt as Evelyn Abbott
Millicent Simmonds as Regan Abbott
Cillian Murphy as Emmett
Noah Jupe as Marcus Abbott
Djimon Hounsou
John Krasinski as Lee Abbott
Lauren-Ashley Cristiano as Emmett’s Wife
Zachary Golinger as Emmett’s Son
Blake DeLong U as mpire
Sheri Fairchild as Woman at Hair Salon
Okieriete Onaodowan as Policeman
Barbara Singer as Old Woman in Store
Gary Sundown as Island Person
Ashley Dyke as Woman in the Window

Travis Caverhill as Curtis
Kyle Licht as Townsperson with Car
David Lundy as Marina Person
Kris Mardula as Neighbor (as Krzysztof ‘Kris’ Mardula)
Silas Pereira-Olson as Island Boy
Liz Cameron as Island Person (uncredited)
Joe Cappelli as Townsperson (uncredited)
Robert A. Coldicott as Townsperson (uncredited)
Michael Alan Collette as 3rd Base Referee (uncredited)
Wayne Duvall as Roger (uncredited)
Jesse Huntz as Townsperson (uncredited)
Danny Kubiak as Townsperson (uncredited)

Marcus as Island Person (uncredited)
Dan Martin as Island Person (uncredited)
Scott Matheny as Townsperson (uncredited)
Mairyn Mull as Townsperson (uncredited)
Mick O’Keefe as Townsperson (uncredited)
Andy Rich as Island person (uncredited)
Tim Saracki as Spectator (uncredited)
Bill Smith as Townsperson (uncredited)
Colin Taylor as Townsperson (uncredited)
Corey Ronald Walter as Townsperson (uncredited)
Kaelyn Walter as Townsperson (uncredited)

Release Dates
USA : 8 March 2020 (New York City, New York) (premiere)
France : 21 April 2021
Indonesia : 21 April 2021
Australia : 22 April 2021
Germany : 22 April 2021
Netherlands : 22 April 2021
Portugal : 22 April 2021
Slovakia : 22 April 2021
Canada : 23 April 2021
Spain : 23 April 2021
Finland : 23 April 2021
UK : 23 April 2021
Iceland : 23 April 2021
Lithuania : 23 April 2021
Turkey : 23 April 2021
USA : 23 April 2021

Also Known As
(original title) : A Quiet Place Part II
Argentina : Un lugar en silencio: Parte II
Australia : A Quiet Place Part II
Austria : A Quiet Place 2
Brazil : Um Lugar Silencioso: Parte II
Bulgaria (Bulgarian title) : Нито звук 2
Canada (English title) : A Quiet Place: Part II
Canada (French title) : Un coin tranquille 2e partie
Chile : Un lugar en silencio parte II
Colombia : Un lugar en silencio: parte II
Denmark : A Quiet Place 2
Estonia : Kena vaikne kohake 2
Finland : Hiljainen paikka osa 2

France : Sans un bruit 2
Germany : A Quiet Place 2
Greece : Ένα Ήσυχο Μέρος 2
Hong Kong (Cantonese title) : 無聲絕境2
Hungary : Hang nélkül 2
India (Hindi title) : A Quiet Place Part II
Ireland : A Quiet Place Part II
Italy : A Quiet Place II
Japan (Japanese title) : A Quiet Place Part II
Latvia : Klusā pasaule 2
Lithuania : Tylos zona 2
Mexico : A Quiet Place Part II
Moldova : Fără zgomot 2
New Zealand : A Quiet Place Part II

Poland : Ciche miejsce 2
Portugal : Um Lugar Silencioso 2
Romania : Fără zgomot 2
Russia : Тихое место 2
Serbia : Tiho mesto 2
Slovakia : Tiché miesto: Časť II
Slovenia : Tiho mesto 2
Spain : Un lugar tranquilo 2
Taiwan : 噤界II
Turkey (Turkish title) : Sessiz Bir Yer 2
UK : A Quiet Place Part II
USA : A Quiet Place Part II
Vietnam : Vùng Đất Câm Lặng Phần II
World-wide (English title) (informal title) : A Quiet Place 2
(informal title) : A Quiet Place 2

Filming Locations
Buffalo, New York, USA
(studio)
Buffalo FilmWorks – 370 Babcock Street, Buffalo, New York, USA
(sound stage)
Akron, New York, USA
(street scenes)
New York City, New York, USA
New York, USA
USA

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