Grab your pitchforks/string lights and get ready for A Quiet Place 2, because John Krasinski just revealed that the highly anticipated sequel to his hit movie has wrapped filming.
Fans will recognize the pic, which shows Krasinski and wife/co-star Emily Blunt walking down that bridge from the original A Quiet Place, which debuted on April 6, 2018. While it's unclear whether Blunt is in costume, the former The Office actor definitely doesn't look to be (which is expected, considering what went down for his character in the original).
As stated in his caption, the sequel will hit theaters on March 20, 2020. In July, the actor/director of the film revealed that filming had begun for part two, but it was then believed the film would premiere in May 2020. Thankfully, production must've been quicker than expected, because now we're getting the film a bit earlier.
The original movie told the story of a post-apocalyptic world where humans are hunted by fast-moving creatures. The only way to survive? Stay silent. Tough ask for a family of five with three young children. The 39-year-old actor starred as the patriarch of the Abbott family alongside his on-screen and off-screen wife, Emily Blunt.
Krasinski is returning to write and direct the new film, along with Blunt, 36, who will reprise her role as Abbott family matriarch Evelyn. Actors Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe are also set to return as Regan and Marcus, the couple's two children.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Cillian Murphy (Peaky Blinders) and Djimon Hounsou (Captain Marvel) have also joined the cast. Murphy will star as a man with "mysterious intentions who encounters the family." Sounds ominous.
Besides those little tidbits, Krasinski has remained, understandably, *quiet* about the plot. (See what we did there?)