A Quiet Place franchise has been a box-office success for years, since its beginning in 2018. Now, its prequel A Quiet Place: Day One is getting geared up to hit the theatres.
A Quiet Place: Day One is almost here and the film is already highly promising, as evident from its powerful trailer and vicious but highly creative background music. Directed by Michael Sarnoski this time, the film is also co-written by Sarnoski and John Krasinski, while the latter also produces the film.
The film will be released theatrically on June 28, 2024, and shall answer the long-wondered questions of the how and why of the alien invasion. A Quiet Place: Day One dropped its trailer on February 7, 2024, and it showed the prequel set to trace the events of the first day of the attack, when the noise-sensitive predatory aliens dropped on earth.
The trailer follows Lupita Nyong’o out on a walk, on the streets of New York City, with her cat Frodo, when hordes of the sound-sensitive aliens somehow cross the earth’s atmosphere and begin attacking anything that makes a sound. As chaos erupts and all structures and buildings break apart, the shattered CityLine mimics the lives of the survivors, changed forever.
The trailer of A Quiet Place: Day One follows the struggle for survival in a world that still screams and roars, unlike the previous films with long periods of eerie silence (that offered a decently sincere representation of the Deaf and HOH (Hard of hearing) community). But how long can Lupita Nyong’o, and more importantly her cat Frodo last, in such a cruel and silent world, where any purr can be its last.
Starring the highly talented likes of Lupita Nyong’o, Joseph Quinn, Djimon Hounsou, Alex Wolff, Denis O’ Hare, and of course, the cat, Frodo, A Quiet Place: Day One is bound to be a promising summer blockbuster, hitting all the right notes of a horror-disaster movie.