A Quiet Place: Day One, John Krasinski Announces the Start of Filming! The First Photos
The creator of the franchise A Quiet Place, John Krasinski, officially communicated the start of filming on the prequel, A Quiet Place: Day One, by posting an image on Twitter that portrays him on set with the clapper board in hand. The film will be in theaters in March 2024. Krasinski also released the first backstage images.
Lupita Nyong’o and director Michael Sarnoski are seen in the photos. Krasinski has expressed all his enthusiasm for the work that has just begun.
“With master Michael Sarnoski and the legendary Lupita Nyong’o. Can’t wait to see what spells they conjure,” Krasinski wrote in the caption.
From an idea by John Krasinski, A Quiet Place: Day One is directed by Michael Sarnoski (Pig). The prequel will chronicle the arrival of aliens who will completely take over the world as first imagined by Krasinski in the first film of 2018. Joseph Quinn will
also be in the cast of A Quiet Place: Day One; the actor is known for his role as Eddie in the Netflix TV series, Stranger Things.
Don’t miss our review of A Quiet Place, the first film in the saga starring John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, colleagues on the set, and spouses in everyday life.
The prequel will further expand the A Quiet Place universe by showing a different perspective that goes beyond the gaze of the Abbott family who starred in the first two gripping horror films of the franchise.