The Trailer For 'A Quiet Place: Part II' Is Here And OMG
*This article contains spoliers for A Quiet Place*
The trailer for A Quiet Place: Part II has finally dropped and it looks all kind of creepy.
Although we've already had a first glimpse at the horror sequel - with Emily Blunt returning as mother Evelyn Abbot, alongside her children: deaf daughter Regan (Millicent Simmonds), older son Marcus (Noah Jupe) and a newborn baby - the new full-length trailer has given us further clues of what to expect.
The new flick, set to hit UK cinemas on 20th March, will follow the Abbot family they discover they're not the only humans still alive in the post-apocalyptic world, and will answer more questions about where the terrifying killer beasts have come from.
The trailer, which dropped on New Year's Day, also appears to show a flashback to the moment the creatures invaded Earth as Evelyn drives her children through town.
And if you can't remember what happened in the first film, let us refresh your memory...
The Abbott family are lucky to be alive, as monsters with an acute sense of hearing are on the loose. And the problem is, if they hear you - you are hunted down and almost certainly killed.
But one of the reasons the family have made it this far is because they all know sign language, due to family member Regan being diagnosed as deaf. Convenient, eh?
But they assume any other people out there have been killed by the terrifying beasts.
The family is forever on edge that one of them will make a sound and when the youngest, Beau, accidentally sets off a noisy rocket toy, he ends up dead, with his sister Regan blaming herself for giving him it.
Every day is a struggle and with Evelyn pregnant, she knows she's going to have to have a silent labour, or be killed.
She does manage to give birth, but her other children, Marcus and Regan end up in danger, with dad Lee (John Krasinski) coming to their rescue, but he has to sacrifice himself to do so in heartbreaking scenes.
The new film will see how the family cope, now that they are one member down with a newborn to boot. How will they keep the little one from crying?
And according to Brian Tyree Henry, who is set to join the cast for the sequel, he says the film will answer big questions and introduce new survivors.
He told Observer: "We'll see more of that family continuing to survive and finding out that they're not the only ones.
"And I think that we're also going to get a few answers to the origin of where and how this whole thing happened. I think that people want to know that.
"But I think you're just going to see another side of it... more of humanity that survived this thing in this next story."
We do love the sci-fi horror genre - it leaves us on the edge of our seats every time.
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