A Quiet Place: Part 2 Trailer Release Has Us Hyped
When A Quiet Place released in 2018, horror fans were thrilled. The film, directed by John Krasinski, exceeded expectations with its touching story, scary monsters, and intense scares. The film ended on a sad, but hopeful note. A sequel wasn’t immediately apparent. And honestly, we didn’t need one unless the writers could come up with an idea that genuinely added to the story. Though, we think they might have done that. The new trailer for A Quiet Place: Part 2 is here, and we’re pretty excited. Watch the trailer below.
What The Trailer For A Quiet Place: Part 2 Tells Us
After the release of the first film, a popular discussion by audiences surrounded how the monsters came to be. Since the first film jumped a few months into the destruction, we missed out on seeing the world be taken over. It also brought questions about how the family was able to learn about their lack of hearing. The trailer shows us that a “Day 1” is coming, so, we’re sure to have some questions answered. It also means that we might get to see some more John Krasinski.
In terms of what comes next, the trailer definitely points to us following the family immediately after the events of the first film. They’re remaining especially quiet, but how long can they keep it up? Some new castmates also appear to be joining in on the fun. Stars like Cillian Murphy will help expand the universe beyond the Abbott family.
We Can’t Wait For Part 2
Image via Paramount Pictures
Genuinely good horror movies used to be a rarity. Though, with recent hits like the new It films and Midsommar, we’ve been enjoying the additions to the genre. With such a strong debut in the first film, A Quiet Place: Part 2 has some high hopes. But, based on the trailer for A Quiet Place: Part 2, we think that our expectations might be met.
Readers, have you watched the trailer yet? We’d love to hear what you expect to see from this sequel.
Featured image via Paramount Pictures.
Meghan Hale is a graduate student living right outside of Toronto, Canada. She has always been the go-to gal for talking about anything film related and has a frustratingly long list of movie trivia up her sleeve. She is currently working on her first screenplay, as well as a horror novel, with the goal of publishing it while Stephen King is still around to read it.