Paramount Pictures reveals that A Quiet Place Part III will hit theaters in 2025 after a spin-off movie in the franchise arrives in 2023.
Paramount Pictures reveals that A Quiet Place Part III will hit theaters in 2025 after a spin-off movie in the franchise arrives in 2023. The horror franchise is set in a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by an alien race that hunts its prey strictly by sound after they crash-landed on Earth a few years prior. Writing duo Bryan Woods and Scott Beck developed the story and script for the original A Quiet Place film with John Krasinski directing and rewriting their material.
Both A Quiet Place films revolve around Evelyn Abbott and her kids, Regan and Marcus, as they struggle to survive in the new world order, with the sequel seeing them venture from their isolated farm to the city after it was attacked by the aliens. Emily Blunt leads the cast of both films alongside Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe, with Krasinski starring in both films as Abbott patriarch Lee and the sequel marking the franchise introductions of Cillian Murphy and Djimon Hounsou. The Quiet Place movies have received consistently rave reviews from critics and audiences alike for its atmosphere, performances and world building and thanks to the box office success of A Quiet Place Part II, Paramount is looking to continue its expansion.
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Nearly a year after the last film hit theaters, Paramount has revealed that A Quiet Place Part III will officially arrive in 2025. The studio also confirmed that the threequel will hit theaters after a spin-off film from directed Michael Sarnoski premieres in 2023. Check out the announcement below:
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