A Quiet Place 2 UK release date and cast teased as new trailers drops
A new trailer for the second instalment of A Quiet Place has been released.
It is a follow up to the 2018 film which follows a family trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic world inhabited by monsters.
These monsters have acute hearing and terrifyingly hunt humans using their sensitive hearing.
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The latest trailer shows Emily Blunt retuning as the protagonist mother and her children running from the monsters.
Immediately the trailer gets off to a tense start with the family driving before a creature drops into shot.
Driving away at speed from the monster, they are forced to break and reverse as a runaway bus occupied by another monster is charging towards them.
In the first instalment (SPOILER) father Lee Abbott, played by John Krasinksi, died saving his children from the monsters.
Emily Blunt's real life husband Krasinksi, however, does return to the film franchise writing and directing it, much like he did with the first.
Following on from the horrors of the first film, the Abbott family is seen on the run, bumping into other survivors.
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Mother Evelyn and her children, played by Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe, will be joined in the new film by Peaky Blinders star Cillian Murphy and Blood Diamond actor Djimon Hounsou.
Murphy is introduced in a jump scare where he grabs the family as they run through an abounded warehouse and put his hand over Blunt's characters mouth.
Seconds after stopping them a monster is seen to be descending from the wall of the same warehouse, alluding to Murphy's character saving them.
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The new character is hardened to the dangers of the post-apocalyptic world and is stealthy and measured, cynical about earth and its inhabitants after the tragedies.
One quote from the trailer delivered by the British actor is: "The people who are left aren't worth saving" and in the next clip Blunt is seen cocking a shotgun.
Both of the new additions to the cast feature heavily in the new trailer suggesting they will have leading roles in the flick.
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Production of the film began in July 2019, after the success of the first part, and was wrapped by the end of September in the same year.
The movie will be released in the UK and the US on 20th March 2020.
So far no plot details about the sequel have been divulged by the writers or cast.
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