A Quiet Place: Part II will likely be the second part of a trilogy

Last Updated on August 2, 2021

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A Quiet Place: Part II was one of the first films to push its release date back due to COVID-19, but now, over a year later, audiences will finally get to witness the silent terror of John Krasinski's sequel when it hits theaters this Friday. Much like the first film, the sequel has received rave reviews, and although I haven't seen it for myself yet, it seems that there's room for a third installment, or at least, that's what Emily Blunt believes.

Emily Blunt spoke with Collider and confirmed that John Krasinski does have a bunch of ideas for A Quiet Place: Part III.

He has a whole arc of ideas that could work. I think he just wanted to see how people responded to this one before he fully engaged his brain on the third one. But he has a couple of great ideas.

When asked if A Quiet Place: Part II was designed to be the second part of a trilogy, Emily Blunt said, "Why not? I always said when we were approaching this one, I said, ‘I think you need to think of this not as a sequel, but this is chapter two. This is just a continuation.’ I think there was such an investment in this family, such mileage for expansion on this kind of extraordinary world, that this is the continuation. As this family have to venture out, the story ventures out, the world gets bigger. But I think I always felt he was still going to write something muscular and intimate and intense. I think there’s room." Our own JimmyO reviewed A Quiet Place: Part II last week and was blown away, calling it a "bold, emotional, and terrifying" film that's "one of the best horror sequels I've had the pleasure of seeing." You can check out the rest of Jimmy's review right here.

A Quiet Place: Part II will hit theaters on May 28th.

Source: Collider

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