Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe are in talks with the studio to make a return in A Quiet Place 2.
A Quiet Place 2 will officially hit theaters on May 15th, 2020 with some familiar faces back on board.
It looks like things could be running pretty smoothly behind-the-scenes for A Quiet Place 2.
The 2019 Oscar nominations have been revealed and some major blockbusters managed to get some love from the Academy.
John Krasinski reveals there is a cut of A Quiet Place without any sound that 100 percent works.
John Krasinski was Jedi mind tricked into writing A Quiet Place 2, but he may not return to direct the sequel.
The cinema landscape was redrawn by Netflix and Disney, whose competition led to a culturally diverse, fantastic year at the movies.
Hollywood gave us a ton of entertaining popcorn movies in 2018, ranging from the mega-budget blockbusters to small indies.
From horror movies like A Quiet Place and Hereditary and TV shows like The Walking Dead, horror fans certainly have a lot to be thankful for this year.
In addition to directing and portraying a lead character in A Quiet Place, John Krasinski has revealed he also played the movie's monster.
Director John Krasinski says he's tinkering with the idea for A Quiet Place 2 and that the creative team is very happy with it.
A Quiet Place 2 was first announced in April of this year with John Krasinski back on board.
Supervising sound editors Ethan Van der Ryn and Erik Aadahl have created a special ASMR video to help home viewers recover after watching A Quiet Place on blu-ray.
A Quiet Place 2 producer says that John Krasinski will be involved while also stating that the sequel will take its time.
Scott Beck and Bryan Woods will bring the Stephen King short story to the big screen for the first time.
Director John Krasinski wats to explore a different story in the sequel to A Quiet Place.
Paramount confirmed at CinemaCon that A Quiet Place 2 is officially moving forward.
A Quiet Place drops just 33.3% in its third weekend to return atop the box office, while I Feel Pretty and Super Troopers 2 perform well in their debuts.
While last weekend's winner A Quiet Place only dropped 35.1% in its second weekend, it still dropped to second place behind Rampage at the box office this weekend.
John Krasinski and the production team of A Quiet Place will make Life on Mars as their next project.