Emily Blunt And John Krasinski Get Scared Speechless In 'A Quiet Place'

Danny Woods
November 17, 2017

The lack of sound used in the film shows just how important staying quiet is to the family. While the plot has been kept under wraps, the trailer reveals that a family of four lives in a remote farm and keeps as silent as they can throughout their daily lives, by choice.

Emily Blunt is trying to contain her horror as she learns that the mysterious being can't hurt her if they can't hear her.

In the first-look trailer released today, Krasinski and Blunt play a couple living in total isolation in the woods and communicating exclusively using sign language. Krasinski re-wrote the script from an earlier draft by Scott Beck & Bryan Woods. The film marks the first foray for the actor into the genre world, having previously starred in films like Leatherheads, Away We Go and 13 Hours.

Emily Blunt is an always reliable star as well, and is justifiably spotlighted in the teaser trailer, even as Krasinski stars and directs.

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Krasinski previously directed the adaptation of David Foster Wallace's Brief Interviews With Hideous Men, as well as The Hollars and several episodes of The Office.

Noah Jupe and Millicent Simmonds also star in the supernatural horror film, produced by Michael Bay, Andrew Form and Brad Fuller.

A Quiet Place is due for release in Ireland and the United Kingdom on 4 May 2018.

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