John Krasinski Has Fans Pumped After His Instagram Post Offering A Glimpse Into 'A Quiet Place 2'

John Krasinski Has Fans Pumped After His Instagram Post Offering A Glimpse Into 'A Quiet Place 2'
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For those of you who have seen A Quiet Place, you know it's impossible to properly convey the feelings of anxiety and dread that film brought you, while still telling a full and complete story about a struggling family.

You also know that ending was awesome. So awesome, that you're probably wondering, would a sequel possibly make it any better?


The movie wasn't just great, it was also incredibly successful.

Box office totals around the world hit $340 million.


A Quiet Place (2018) - Official Trailer - Paramount Pictureswww.youtube.com


SPOILER ALERT AHEAD!

But the end of the movie, with the remaining family figuring out that simple radio feedback could drive the monster's senses crazy enough to be able to shoot it dead, doesn't seem to leave much room for a sequel.

But, we have one coming anyway:

This simple image, with the door and the leaves and the floorboards, already tells us so much: mostly, that wherever we thought we were in the war against the hyper-aural creatures, we still have a long fight ahead.

Also, omg, there's going to be another A Quiet Place and omg, omg, omg, omg.






What's even better is that although Krasinski's character dies in the end of the first film, he will be returning to direct. Also, his wife Emily Blunt will return to the sequel. We don't know what form this film will take—will it be a sequel, a prequel, an anthology, or what? JUST TELL US, JOHN! WHAT WILL HAPPEN?!

Just like the entire movie theater mid-film, we are all holding our breath to see how this film is going to turn out.








Talks are in to bring back Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe as well, to continue their story alongside Emily Blunt's character's story.




All right, is it 2020 yet?

Besides potentially electing a new president, we also really need this movie. STAT.

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