The release of “A Quiet Place Part II” has been delayed again and will now be released in September. The highly anticipated sequel is the latest in a long line of films whose release was delayed this week, including Jared Leto's "Morbius" and James Bond's "No Time To Die." The film, which sees John Krasinski return as director, was originally due to hit theaters on March 20 of last year, before the COVID-19 pandemic hit the country. Since then, it has had four modified release dates. Its first rescheduling was for September 4, 2020, before being postponed again until April 2021. Now presumably, it will finally land on September 17, 2021. In November of last year, Paramount Pictures announced that it was preparing to release a third film in its "A Quiet Place" franchise.
A Quiet Place Part II has also not been spared from the recent wave of movie delays in Hollywood due to the pandemic and this Friday announced that it will premiere on September 17 instead of April 23. This Paramount film was originally going to be released in March 2020, but the coronavirus crisis has led it, like many other films, to a cycle of postponements for now without end. John Krasinski returns as director and Emily Blunt is the star of this sequel to A Quiet Place, a horror film that became one of the most unexpected and resounding successes of cinema in 2018.
Krasinski and Blunt, A Quiet Place Part II who are married and have two children together, return to the sinister environment of A Quiet Place in which a family tried to survive sound-sensitive monsters. In this way, the difference between life and death for humans lay in their ability to remain in the most scrupulous silence. With a budget of $ 17 million, A Quiet Place grossed $ 341 million in theaters around the world and received unanimous critical acclaim. The A Quiet Place Part II setback joins the long list of movie delays that have been announced suddenly in the last 24 hours and that herald another very difficult year for the film industry.