A Quiet Place is popular not only for its successful horror premise, but also for its starry, talented cast, ranging from the likes of Cillian Murphy to Emily Blunt to John Krasinski himself.
A Quiet Place: Day One is almost ready to roll out in the theatres. However, instead of being directed by John Krasinski himself, this one is directed by Michael Sarnoski, who has co-written the film with the former. Krasinski is also one of the producers. However, this particular film will serve as a prequel to the earlier two films, tracing the events of what happened on the first day of the aliens’ attack.
The film dropped its trailer a couple of hours ago and it is certainly a spine-tingling yet adrenaline-hiking one. Starring the talented likes of Lupita Nyong’o (Black Panther fame), Joseph Quinn (Stranger Things fame), Djimon Hounsou (Gladiator fame), Alex Wolff (Hereditary fame), and Denis O’ Hare (True Blood fame), the film is already highly appealing on the performative part.
A Quiet Place: Day One’s trailer has a powerful and chaotic premise, showcasing the events of the first day of their universe, when the sound-sensitive aliens attacked in hordes and began preying on the screaming humans in a deadly and effective manner. Lupita Nyong’o, who was out on the streets with her cat Frodo, barely survived the initial attack, trapped under an overturned vehicle while almost all on the streets were slaughtered by the alien predators.
Now she must survive the rest of her life in this confusing reality in which towering permanent structures, as well as her life as she knew it, fall apart. The film answers a crucial question of the universe, that began since Day 471 for the audience and has finally arrived at Day 1.
The film will answer the how and why of the alien attack as well as the basic rules governing the dystopic reality. Featuring spectacular scenes, realistic and powerful performances, as well as the key answer to the franchise, A Quiet Place: Day One is a film that must not be missed. A Quite Place: Day One is set to roll out in the theatres on June 28, 2024.