‘A Quiet Place: Day One’ Starring Lupita Nyong’o Gets Release Date Pushed Back

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Paramount’s popular horror franchise, A Quiet Place, expands with a spinoff titled “A Quiet Place: Day One,” hitting theaters on June 28, 2024, instead of the initial March 8 release.

The film, directed by Michael Sarnoski, stars Lupita Nyong’o, Joseph Quinn, and Alex Wolff. While plot details remain undisclosed, it’s based on an original concept by John Krasinski, who, along with Michael Bay, Andrew Form, and Brad Fuller, produces through Platinum Dunes.

“A Quiet Place: Day One” is part of Paramount’s strategy to evolve the Abbott family storyline into a trilogy, with Krasinski hinting at ideas for the third film in the main series.

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The franchise’s second installment, “A Quiet Place Part II,” earned $297 million worldwide, affirming its popularity. The upcoming spinoff continues Paramount’s success in creating suspenseful and lucrative horror narratives.

Originally scheduled for March 8, 2024, the film’s release date shift to June 28, 2024, is a moderate delay, aligning with Paramount’s adjustments to several movie release dates.

Written by Sarnoski and Jeff Nichols, “A Quiet Place: Day One” takes a different narrative approach, diverging from the Emily Blunt-led family focus of the previous films. Instead, it explores the day the noise-sensitive aliens first invaded Earth.

Fans eagerly anticipate the spinoff, which promises a fresh perspective on the franchise’s established universe. As excitement builds, the slight release date adjustment ensures that audiences will experience the anticipated sequel a few months later than initially expected.

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