The premise is simple; set in a dystopian future, aliens have taken over the planet and while they seem impossible to defeat, they do have a weakness – they’re blind. This means they only attack when they can hear people, and so we delve into the survival of a particular family, consisting of Lee (Krasinski), Evelyn (Emily Blunt) and their three children. They can’t make a noise,
The clip is an extension of the bridge scene briefly seen in the trailer when the family, led by Krasinski, attempt to cross the bridge in silence.
Check out the very first clip below.
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The famous duo made the announcement about this new Omaze campaign in a hilarious new video. The two start out by declaring their excitement about getting a night out. "We're so, so excited, we never get out," Emily Blunt says, with John Krasinski following up agreeing,
It tells the story of a family living out in the country forced to live in total silence in order to hide from an unknown evil that thrives on sound.
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The couple — who costar together in A Quiet Place, a new horror film directed by Krasinski — announced a contest on Thursday that allows fans to bid on a chance to join them for a special double date at the New York premiere of the film.
Blunt and Krasinski, both known for their senses of humor, made the announcement in a silly and self-depreciating video.
“We’re so so excited. We never get out,” Blunt, 35, jokes in the clip — alluding to their busy Hollywood film careers and packed home lives with daughters Hazel,
The most prominent, of course, would be Steven Spielberg’s “Ready Player One.” Despite some technical difficulties at its SXSW debut, the movie received a standing ovation and mostly positive reviews. The big-budget feature is eyeing a $45 million opening weekend.
“Blockers” is also generating buzz after garnering rave reviews in its premiere at the festival. The comedy, starring Leslie Mann and John Cena, follows parents trying to stop their teenage daughters from having sex on prom night.
On a very different front, John Krasinski’s directorial debut starring Emily Blunt, horror movie “A Quiet Place,” made plenty of noise following its debut. “The Director and the Jedi,” a documentary about the making of Rian Johnson’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,
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Form and Fuller also chatted about how The Purge franchise has come to mirror society in some very terrifying ways over the last few years, and we even briefly dug into the issues of a certain Nightmare on Elm Street remake as well.
Look for A Quiet Place in theaters everywhere this April, courtesy of Paramount Pictures.
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Daily Dead had the distinct pleasure of speaking with director/co-star Krasinski the morning after the premiere of A Quiet Place, and he discussed how the project evolved from one that he would be acting in to one where he’d also be working on the script and taking the directorial reins as well. Krasinski also chatted about collaborating with his wife,
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