Not that it’s much of a surprise, as the film continues kicking major ass at the box office, but Paramount just officially confirmed at CinemaCon tonight that a sequel to John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place is already in the works. The film has to date pulled in over $200 million worldwide, returning to #1 on the domestic charts this past weekend.
Studio chairman Jim Gianopulos made the exciting announcement.
Recently, A Quiet Place writers Bryan Woods and Scott Beck had noted that they have plenty of ideas for a sequel, so we can only assume/hope they’ll be back.
“It’s such a fun world,” Woods told Fandango a few weeks back. “There are so many things you could do.” Beck added, “There are so many discarded set pieces, too, just hiding out on Word documents on our computer. So, yeah, there are certainly so many stories you could tell.”
At this time, no release date has been set. We do know that Krasinski is involved.