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Stanley Tucci's Wife Felicity Blunt Is Pregnant With the Couple's Second Baby!

Congratulations are in order! Stanley Tucci is going to be a dad again, as his wife, Felicity Blunt, is pregnant with the couple's second child. The duo has not publicly spoken out about their baby on the way, so it's unclear how far along the literary agent is. Instead of making a verbal public announcement, the couple let Felicity's baby bump speak for itself during Guggenheim Museum's screening of Final Portrait in NYC on Thursday, March 22. At the special event, Felicity's sister Emily Blunt and her good friend Blake Lively were seen rubbing her pregnant belly. Stanley, 57, and Felicity, 36, previously met at Emily's wedding to John Krasinski in 2010, just one year after Stanley's first wife, Kate Tucci, sadly died. They got engaged in Berlin a year after Emily and John's nuptials and exchanged vows in a private ceremony in 2012. They welcomed their son, Matteo, 3, in January 2015. The Devil Wears Prada
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Stanley Tucci's Wife Felicity Blunt Is Pregnant With Baby No. 2

Stanley Tucci's Wife Felicity Blunt Is Pregnant With Baby No. 2
Surprise! Stanley Tucci and Felicity Blunt have another baby on the way. The literary agent has not discussed her second pregnancy publicly. Rather, Felicity let her baby bump speak for itself by joining him at the Guggenheim Museum's screening of Final Portrait in New York City Thursday. Felicity's sister, Emily Blunt, and friend, Blake Lively, were seen rubbing her belly on the red carpet. It's unclear how far along she is; E! News has reached out to Stanley's rep for comment. The parents-to-be met in 2010 during Emily's wedding to John Krasinski. They got engaged in Berlin a year later and exchanged vows in a private ceremony in 2012. They celebrated their marriage with a group of...
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A Quiet Place Review

You could argue that sound is the most important aspect of them all when it comes to the horror genre, evoking fear amongst the audience more so than anything else. Which is what makes John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place such an intriguing production, for sound is the most prominent narrative device, transpiring in a distinctively muted endeavour (much like the title suggests). Yet by removing the sound, it makes it even more prominent, for when things go bump in the night, boy can we hear it.

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,
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Ridiculously Suspenseful ‘A Quiet Place’ Clip Makes Way Too Much Noise

Ridiculously Suspenseful ‘A Quiet Place’ Clip Makes Way Too Much Noise
They tried to live by one rule – never make a sound – and failed. John Krasinski wrote and directed this year’s A Quiet Place (read our review out of SXSW), starring Krasinski himself alongside real-life wife, Emily Blunt. In theaters April 6th, a family lives an isolated existence in utter silence, for fear of an unknown threat that follows and […]
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First Clip Lands For John Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place’

The first clip from the John Krasinski directed A Quiet Place has landed online. The film, which opens in cinemas on April 5th, stars Krasinski alongside Emily Blunt and follows a family of four who must live life in silence while hiding from creatures that hunt by sound.

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 Top 50 Episodes of ‘The Office’, Ranked

The premise of The Office—borrowed from its original U.K. counterpart—is as simple as a blank sheet of paper. A documentary crew decides to follow the employees of the Dunder Mifflin paper company (Scranton branch) for eight straight years, for reasons that are never made quite clear. But man, the things their cameras captured. We got to watch a doofy-haired salesman named Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) fall in love with the engaged receptionist Pam Beesly (Jenna Fischer) five feet away. We watched the Regional Manager Michael Scott (Steve Carell) grow from a childish buffoon to a slightly …
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Jenna Fischer Encourages Jim and Pam Fans to ‘Hate Watch’ New Show ‘Splitting Up Together’ (Video)

Jenna Fischer Encourages Jim and Pam Fans to ‘Hate Watch’ New Show ‘Splitting Up Together’ (Video)
Look, Jenna Fischer can’t give you back Jim and Pam. She just can’t. Well, unless that revival of “The Office” actually comes to fruition. But until then, the actress would like to encourage you to set aside your hardcore feelings for the world’s greatest co-working couple — and “hate watch” her new onscreen relationship with Oliver Hudson. Fischer and her “Splitting Up Together” co-star appeared on Ellen DeGeneres’ show on Wednesday to promote the new ABC sitcom and brag about their chemistry, which apparently comes close to rivaling what she had with John Krasinski for nine seasons of NBC’s workplace comedy. Also...
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Krasinski and Blunt Want to Take You on a Quiet Double Date

Krasinski and Blunt Want to Take You on a Quiet Double Date
John Krasinski and Emily Blunt are one of the most powerful and lovable couples in Hollywood these days. And now, you have a chance to win a double date with them. The two have offered up just such an experience for the latest Omaze campaign, which will see you and a friend heading to the premiere of their new movie A Quiet Place, but not before heading out on a date with the duo of Krasinski and Blunt. Imagine sitting between Jim from The Office and the new Mary Poppins at the same time on a date. That will be one lucky person's reality.

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,
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Video: A Quiet Place – Featurette #2

Here is a short featurette for A Quiet Place starring John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, the latter of which talks us through the setup of the film and the ideas behind it.

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.

A Quiet Place will be in cinemas April 6th. Check out the featurette and let us know your thoughts.
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Emily Blunt and John Krasinski Really Want You to Go on a Double Date with Them

Emily Blunt and John Krasinski Really Want You to Go on a Double Date with Them
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski are double dating for a good cause.

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,
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Poll: Which SXSW 2018 Movie Are You Most Excited to See?

Among many things, Austin’s South by Southwest is known as a solid launching pad for buzzy movies, and the 2018 edition has premiered several films that are already generating interest.

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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John Krasinski and Emily Blunt Are Practically Begging to Double Date With You--Yes, You!

John Krasinski and Emily Blunt Are Practically Begging to Double Date With You--Yes, You!
John Krasinski and Emily Blunt aren't single, but they're most definitely ready to mingle.  The A-list couple has partnered with Omaze to offer fans the chance to go on a double date with them to the premiere of their upcoming horror flick, A Quiet Place. In a digital video exclusive to E! News, John and Emily play up their charm (with varying degrees of success) as they film take after take of their double date pitch.  "We're so, so excited," Emily gushes. "We never get out!"  One attempt sounds a bit "too desperate," they admit, while another makes them "sound like cops." John even tries out a new celebrity nickname for the married...
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TV Bits: ‘Dirk Gently’, ‘Making It’, ‘Alexa & Katie’, ‘The Americans’, ‘The Office’ and More

TV Bits: ‘Dirk Gently’, ‘Making It’, ‘Alexa & Katie’, ‘The Americans’, ‘The Office’ and More
In this edition of TV bits: No season 3 for Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency Parks and Rec stars Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman reunite for Making It A new trailer for Netflix’s Alexa & Katie The Americans season 6 trailer is here Apple orders a new animated comedy from Bob’s Burgers creator John Krasinski has an idea for the […]

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SXSW 2018 Interview: Platinum Dunes Producers Andrew Form and Brad Fuller Talk A Quiet Place and The Purge Franchise

For around 15 years, producers Brad Fuller and Andrew Form of Platinum Dunes have made an indelible mark on the landscape of modern horror, with their latest project, John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place, quite possibly being their most ambitious endeavor to date. Daily Dead sat down with the duo after the film’s world premiere at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival, and they discussed the challenges that came along with producing the ambitious monster movie, collaborating with Krasinski, and the difficulties of getting audiences into theaters these days.

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.

Congratulations, guys. The screening last night
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SXSW 2018: A Quiet Place Red Carpet Interviews with Cast and Filmmakers

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JoBlo is in the middle of all the SXSW craziness this year and our first big event was the red carpet for the new horror film A Quiet Place. The Office's John Krasinski acts, writes and directs this compelling thriller. Krasinski has stated that this festival is the perfect place to premiere his new film and I have to agree. The packed audience was on the edge of their seats the entire time. This film... Read More...
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“How Do You Communicate Backstory, Motivation and Theme Without Dialogue?” A Quiet Place Screenwriters Bryan Woods and Scott Beck at SXSW 2018

The movie: A Quiet Place, which served as the opening night film of the 25th South By Southwest Film Festival The plot: A family struggles to survive in silence on a rural farmstead amid a flock of sonically acute creatures that attack upon hearing the slightest sound. Starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, who also directed. The interviewees: Screenwriters Bryan Woods and Scott Beck, who grew up in Iowa together and have been making films as a team since junior high. I met them while working in the camera department on their most recent directorial effort Haunt, which wrapped production […]
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John Krasinski Crafts A Dread-Inducing Horror Thriller With ‘A Quiet Place’ [SXSW Review]

Actor/filmmaker John Krasinski has kept audiences guessing and made quite the transformation over the years. Starting out as the nebbish, mild-mannered Jim Halpert on “The Office,”over the years, Krasinski has evolved into a screenwriter (“The Promised Land,” co-written with Matt Damon), a writer/director of comedy and drama (“Brief Interviews With Hideous Men,” “The Hollars“) and even beefed up as a tough guy action star (Michael Bay‘s “13 Hours,” and his upcoming turn as the star of “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” for Amazon Prime).
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Actor John Krasinski Has An Idea For ‘The Office’ Revival

NBC’s “The Office” was one of the rare instances when a British export turns into a hit U.S. TV series. While the British version of “The Office” is viewed by many as superior, there’s still a huge following of American ‘Office’ fans that plow through all nine seasons of the show over and over again. A big reason for this devotion is the relationship between two of the Dunder Mifflin employees, Jim, played by actor John Krasinski, and Pam, played by Jenna Fischer.
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John Krasinski Pitches Idea for ‘The Office’ Revival – and We Want It So Badly (Exclusive Video)

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John Krasinski Pitches Idea for ‘The Office’ Revival – and We Want It So Badly (Exclusive Video)
Although John Krasinski still hasn’t gotten a phone call about a potential reboot of “The Office,” he has an idea about what would be the perfect way to get the gang back together. “I would totally be interested!” Krasinski said when asked Sunday about the potential of a revival at TheWrap’s SXSW interview studio. “I still have yet to get a call. I am surprised that after ‘Ellen’ and all that — I haven’t gotten a call, so I haven’t heard anything about it, other than on the internet — the internet is making the show. Twitter is shooting ‘The...
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SXSW 2018 Interview: Director/Co-Star John Krasinski Takes Us Into A Quiet Place

When it came to choosing an opening night film for the 2018 SXSW Film Festival, you couldn’t ask for a better start to the fest than John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place. This writer has attended nearly one hundred screenings at SXSW since 2011, but I’ve never experienced anything quite like the audience reception of A Quiet Place, with nearly 1,200 people in attendance in a hushed silence, holding their breath alongside the film’s family, who must fend off alien creatures that hunt their prey using hyper-auditory senses.

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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