Brian Tyree Henry Teases New Details on A Quiet Place 2
The actor, who recently joined the project, offered fans a little bit of a preview on what to expect from the story of the sequel.
By Chris Morse
We only recently learned that Child’s Play actor Brian Tyree Henry was joining John Krasinski’s upcoming sequel to A Quiet Place, but he has already begun discussing the project and offered some hints at where the story might go following the first film. It sounds like a key element of the new story will be the family finding out they’re not alone in surviving this, so other people will certainly play a factor this time around.
This makes sense considering the recent additions of Henry and The Dark Night Rises’ Cillian Murphy, who will be playing all-new characters in the film. The actor also teased that the sequel might reveal information on the origins of this situation, which could give fans some very interesting explanations regarding the state of the world.
I think that we’re also going to get a few answers to the origin of where and how this whole thing happened. I think that people want to know that. But I think you’re just going to see another side of it…more of humanity that survived this thing in this next story.
Written and directed by John Krasinski, A Quiet Place 2 will star Emily Blunt (A Quiet Place, Edge of Tomorrow), Cillian Murphy (The Dark Night Rises, Inception), Brian Tyree Henry (Child’s Play), Millicent Simmonds, and Noah Jupe. The film will hit theaters on March 20th, 2020 with production scheduled to begin this July. Be sure to check back here on Dead Entertainment for all the latest news and updates on this project as it comes together.
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