A Quiet Place 3 has been described as a spinoff and not a third part in the horror franchise.
A still from A Quiet Place
A Quiet Place 3, a spinoff of the horror franchise set at Paramount Plus, has found its director in Michael Sarnoski who last helmed the Nicolas Cage-fronted drama Pig.
Deadline writes that John Krasinski who originally conceptualised, directed and starred in A Quiet Place was so impressed with Sarnoski's work that he put the filmmaker in the shortlist of directors for the third instalment.
Previously Mud director Jeff Nichols was going to write and be at the helm but exited the project in October 2021. Variety reports that he is now focusing on an untitled sci-fi project by Paramount Pictures.
The original cast of the film, Emily Blunt and Krasinski, will not reprise their roles for this film. Plot details have been kept under wraps currently.
Michael Bay, Andrew Form and Brad Fuller will produce through Platinum Dunes with Krasinski via his Sunday Night banner with partner Allyson Seeger, who also serves as executive producer.