We’ll discover why our world went quiet in A Quiet Place: Day One this coming summer, a prequel movie that is set to expand the universe of John Krasinski’s hit horror franchise.
EW details the upcoming spinoff movie’s prequel storyline, “Lupita Nyong’o stars as Sam, a woman who’s on a day trip to New York City when the monsters arrive.
“As everything quickly goes to hell, she’s thrown together with a man named Eric (Joseph Quinn). With some reluctance, the pair agree to navigate and survive the city together.”
Entertainment Weekly also revealed in their exclusive preview this morning that Djimon Hounsou, who appeared in A Quiet Place Part II, will reprise his role in Day One.
Watch the official trailer for A Quiet Place: Day One below.
The new movie will make noise in theaters on June 28, 2024.
Lupita Nyong’o (Us), Joseph Quinn (“Stranger Things”) and Alex Wolff (Hereditary) star. Michael Sarnoski (Pig) is headed to A Quiet Place to direct the brand new movie.
The spinoff is based on an original idea by John Krasinski, and it was written by Michael Sarnoski and Jeff Nichols. Meanwhile, it’s expected that the Abbott family storyline will become a trilogy with Krasinski recently teasing that he has ideas for the third film in the main series.
John Krasinski will produce alongside Michael Bay, Andrew Form and Brad Fuller via Platinum Dunes. A Quiet Place Part II opened to $57 million at the domestic box office in May 2021 and has earned $297 million worldwide, making it easy to see why this franchise is expanding.