Whilst we wait for A Quiet Place: Part II, Paramount Pictures has greenlit a third film for the franchise started by Krasinski back in 2018.
Released in 2018, A Quiet Place was a massive hit for Paramount, introducing a post-apocalyptic world wherein monsters roam free… and if you make a sound, they will find and kill you. The upcoming second instalment continues the storyline from the first movie. Originally set for release earlier this year, the sequel was pushed to April 2021 due to the Corona Virus pandemic. Now as reported by Deadline, Paramount is moving ahead with a third film, based off of an original idea from Krasinski, with filmmaker Jeff Nichols.
"Paramount Pictures is broadening its A Quiet Place franchise. The studio has set Jeff Nichols to write and direct the third film, which is based on an original idea by John Kraskinski."
Michael Bay, Andrew Form and Brad Fuller will produce via Platinum Dunes alongside Krasinski via his Sunday Night banner with partner, Allyson Seeger, who serves as executive producer. The studio has set a 2022 release date for the third A Quiet Place film with plot details being kept under wraps at the moment. More to follow.