The Covid-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc in the world of entertainment and it seems that a second wave is about to begin with the studios seeing that movie theaters worldwide are not open, an example of this is that they delay the premiere of ‘A Quiet Place II ‘.
The suspense sequel created by John Krasinski, and starring Emily Blunt was going to hit the big screen on March 20, 2020, A Quiet Place Part II full movie however, when the global alert arrived, its premiere was delayed to September 4.
‘A Quiet Place II’ returns to Emily Blunt, who ventures away from home and joins other survivors in an apocalyptic world where there are alien monsters that hunt humans using only sound.
The first film was released in 2018 and managed to raise more than 340 million dollars at the world box office, now officially delaying the premiere of ‘A Quiet Place II’ for more than eight months, which would add 1 year in total of its delay.
The feature film stunned horror fans when it opened in theaters two years ago, challenging viewers to be as utterly silent as the characters on the screen.
John Krasinski and Emily Blunt took on the lead roles, as parents struggling to keep their two children safe in a world dominated by terrifying monsters.