Paramount Pictures released the final trailer for the long awaited sequel in A Quiet Place Part II written and directed by John Krasinski.
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Paramount Pictures has moved A Quiet Place Part II up from September 17th, 2021 to May 28th, 2021 after F9 was delayed earlier today.
Paramount Pictures is not pulling a full-blown Warner Bros. with their streaming service, but they are shaking things up a bit. Late in 2020, Warner Bros.
NBC's Saturday Night Live is back this weekend with John Krasinski hosting and Machine Gun Kelly performing for SNL's return.
A Quiet Place Part II has become the 13th movie to get a delay in the last 24 hours as Paramount moves the film from April to September.
Paramount Pictures has decided to delay two of its already delayed movies to 2021; A Quiet Place Part II and Top Gun: Maverick.
Director John Krasinski announced on social media the sequel to his 2018 hit "A Quiet Place" will be delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
"A Quiet Place: Part II": Djimon Hounsou Cast; Replacing Brian Tyree Henry Over Scheduling Conflicts
Djimon Hounsou (Captain Marvel, Charlie's Angels) has been tapped to replace Brian Tyree Henry in a starring role in Paramount's A Quiet Place: Part II, a sequel to the 2018 horror hit Reports are that Henery was forced to leave the film over scheduling conflicts. Written, directed, and starring John Krasinski (The Office, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan),[...]