A Quiet Place 2's Super Bowl Trailer Features A Surprise Return
A Quiet Place: Part II releases in March.
The horror thriller A Quiet Place was one of 2018's big box office hits, and the sequel was announced within a few weeks of it hitting screens. A Quiet Place: Part II arrives in March, with star Emily Blunt and director John Krasinski returning once more. A new trailer is set to screen during the Super Bowl this weekend, and it can now be watched online.
Surprisingly, the new trailer reveals that while Krasinski's character Lee didn't survive the first movie, he will appear in flashbacks that show the start of the monster apocalypse. The teaser also features Blunt's character Evelyn and her kids Regan and Marcus leaving their farm home to find other survivors. Watch it below--and check out the new poster at the end of this story.
A Quiet Place: Part 2 hits theaters on March 20. It also stars Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe as Evelyn's kids Regan and Marcus, and the new cast members include Cillian Murphy and Djimon Hounsou. For more, check out everything we know so far about A Quiet Place: Part II. You can also watch all the Super Bowl commercials released so far here.
As for whether we'll see a third Quiet Place movie, Krasinski recently told Total Film that he was cautious about it becoming yet another endless horror franchise. "I haven't heard from the studio that they want a third one," he said. "But the good news is that the studio and I are on the same page in that this isn't one of those franchises where we keep pumping them out if they make money.
"I think we've proven that this is an original idea that is really beloved by people in a way that I don't want to break that promise to people. [Nevertheless] I set up a couple of tiny little Easter eggs in Part 2 that not only explain more about [the first movie], but would allow for more mythology."
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