After the postponement of The King's Man and other Disney films, bad news also arrives on the front of Paraomunt Pictures, which has decided to postpone the exit of A Quiet Place 2 again.
Expected a few hours ago in April, the long-awaited sequel starring Emily Blunt has been postponed for the third time due to the global pandemic and now has a debut set for September 17, 2021. As reported by Deadline, in this slot he will have to contend with the competition from Murder on the Nile (20th Century Studios / Disney), Baby Boss 2 - Family Affairs (Universal) and the action comedy The Man From Toronto with Woody Harrelson and Kaley Cook (Sony Pictures).
Although Paramount has been one of the most active studios in selling their titles to streaming platforms in these difficult months - including The Chicago 7 trial at Netflix and The Prince seeks a wife 2 e Without Remorse to Amazon - he still seems to have some faith in the performance of horror directed by John Krasinski. In fact, we recall that, with 340 million dollars collected against a budget of 17 million, the first chapter turned out to be one of the great surprises of the 2018 box office.
Meanwhile, Emily Blunt teases that A Quiet Place 2 will be "much bigger" than the first film.