'A Quiet Place' Is Landing On Netflix Just Before The Sequel Drops
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If you can't contain your excitement for A Quiet Place 2 to drop in cinemas then we have some good news for you.
The show was set to land in cinemas on the 20th of this month, but its release has now been delayed due to coronavirus.
With various countries being warned to self-isolate, John Krasinski said: "As insanely excited as we all are for all of you to see this movie...I'm gonna wait wait to release the film til we CAN all see it together".
To ease the wait, A Quiet Place is landing on Netflix on Friday the 13th - a suitably spooky date, too.
Just in time for you to catch up on the first movie, Netflix announced the news in a tweet this week, revealing that it would be landing on the platform alongside hits such as I, Tonya, The Post and IT.
You'll remember that A Quiet Place follows the Abbott family - made up of parents Evelyn (Emily Blunt), Lee (John Krasinski) and their kids Regan (Millicent Simmonds), and sons Marcus (Noah Jupe) and Beau (Cade Woodward) - as they seek to survive in a world riddled with terrifying monsters.
These monsters have an acute sense of hearing, and the problem is, if they hear you - you are hunted down and almost certainly killed.
One of the reasons the family manage to survive is because they all know sign language, due to Regan being diagnosed as deaf. Convenient, eh?
But they're forever on edge that one of them will make a sound, and as the film unfolds, naturally, staying under the radar isn't plain sailing.
The second film 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.
The John Krasinski-directed horror sequel will answer big questions and introduce new survivors, such as Captain Marvel actor Djimon Hounsou and Peaky Blinders' Cillian Murphy "as an enigmatic traveller whose intentions come into question when he crosses paths with the Abbotts".