‘A Quiet Place 2’ Release Date Pushed Back, John Krasinski Updates Fans

Another one bites the dust. We are seeing movie after movie push back its release date, due to the coronavirus. It first started with the most recent James Bond flick, then Fast 9, and now A Quiet Place 2.

The horror-thriller sequel starring Emily Blunt and being directed by John Krasinski, was set to hit theaters in just one week.

That’s not going to happen now. Paramount Pictures has pulled the film and announced it will be released at a later date. As of right now, we still don’t know the date, but it’s likely it could get pushed back to September or October.

Krasinski went on his Instagram account to update his fans…

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So far, it’s been mostly bigger films pushing back their release dates. It’ll be interesting to see what some smaller films will do. It’s possible some movies might have a “streaming” release date. Partner up with Netflix or Amazon, and release the film online.

With everyone locked up at home, it might not be a bad idea.

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