‘A Quiet Place: Day One’ Promises The Origin Story Of Emily Blunt, John Krasinski’s Masterpiece


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Paramount Pictures dropped the trailer for “A Quiet Place: Day One,” Wednesday, and boy, does it look as good as the others.

Very few scary films have had the crossover success of “A Quiet Place,” the haunting story of a family trapped in an apocalyptic world, where even the slightest sound can mean you’re eaten alive. Starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, the latter of whom helped co-author the script and direct the original film, it is an absolute must-watch. And not just for movie buffs, but for anyone who loves a dystopian thriller with hints of fear, and massive rushes of adrenaline.

Krasinski also scripted the second in the series, “A Quiet Place: Part II,” and apparently wrote up the third in the series “A Quiet Place: Day One,” according to Deadline.

This third film will take “us back to where it all began,” Krasinski said in 2023. The movie is set in New York City, one of the loudest places in the world. The story stars Lupita Nyong’o, Joseph Quinn, Dennis O’Hare, and more, and was directed by Michael Sarnoski. (RELATED: ‘Dumb Money’ Is Probably Most Important Film In Modern History Because It Shows You How The World Really Works)

In the trailer, we watch as Krasinski and Blunt’s fictional family go back through their journey toward the end. We see fireballs burning from the sky as all hell breaks loose. Production was clearly ramped up for this installation, and I cannot wait to go and see it.