A Quiet Place Part II Movie
|Directed by||John Krasinski|
|Written by||John Krasinski|
|Music by||Marco Beltrami|
|Edited by||Michael P. Shawver|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
A Quiet Place Part II Movie
A Quiet Place Part II Movie is an American horror film of 2020, a sequel to the 2018 film A Quiet Place. Both follow a family and are forced to navigate and survive in an apocalyptic world inhabited by blind monsters.
The sequel was written and directed by John Krasinski under the studio Paramount Pictures. Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds and Nova Jup play their roles from the first film, starring Cillian Murphy and Jimon Hounsou. Krasinski returns in a small role before the first film, which appears in the flashback sequences before the first film.
Following the box office success of the first film, Paramount Pictures began developing its sequel in April 2018. The following August, Krasinski wrote the film, which he was hired to direct in February 2019.
Construction took place in Western New York from June to September 2019. For the first film, Krasinski received the honor of writing a sequel based on the characters created by Brian Woods and Scott Beck.
In the wake of the deadly events at home, the Abbott family now fears the outside world as they continue their struggle for survival in silence. Forced to venture into the unknown, they quickly realize that noise-hunting creatures are not threats lurking beyond the sandy path.
A Quiet Place Part II Movie Cast
- Emily Blunt as Evelyn Abbott
- Cillian Murphy as Emmett
- Millicent Simmonds as Regan Abbott
- Noah Jupe as Marcus Abbott
- Djimon Hounsou
- John Krasinski as Lee Abbott
Construction began in June 2019. Filming officially began on July 15. 47 days of filming across Western New York, including Akron, Olcott, Dunkirk, Lakavanna, and Buffalo.
These include Erica County, the city of North Tonwanda, and Barcelona Harbor in the Westfield town of Chautauqua County. Filming also took place on a large sound stage at the Buffalo Film Works in South Buffalo. The Northbound South Grand Island Bridge, one of the last filming locations, was closed for 13 hours for filming.
In addition to filming in Western New York, filming took place in the NY area of Hudson Valley, especially in the cities of Dover, Powling, and New Paltz. In New Paltz, the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail was modified to depict a bridge that was included in the first film.
Upstate has invested more than $ 10 million in New York, created 400 employees, and includes 300 background actors. Production was completed by the end of September.
The film premiered in New York City on March 8, 2020, and was postponed to May 28, 2021, after a year-long delay due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Available for streaming on Paramount + 45 days after launch.