‘A quiet place 2’ delayed its release in Spain by the coronavirus


The crisis of the coronavirus continues to grow. Officially announced by the WHO as a global pandemic, the main recommendation is to isolate yourself at home. This of course affects the film industry and the films that were planned. We have already seen the postponement of important tapes as ‘No time to die’. Now, is the sequel to ‘A quiet place’ that postpones your arrival date to the cinema.

'A quiet place 2'

‘A quiet place 2’, directed by John Krasinski carried out his preview screening in New York last march 8. Its premiere was planned for march 19 in Spain and on the 20th of march in the united States. Paramount Pictures has confirmed that postponed its debut in Spain and announced a new date.

Some cinemas americans had already sold tickets in advance and now come the returns. For the day 18 there was prepared a double session to see the two movies in a row. If you haven’t you have seen it, ‘A quiet place’ is available on streaming Netflix and Vodafone TV.

The tape is characterised again by Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe. Join this cast, Cillian Murphy and Djimon Hounsou. ‘A quiet place 2’ picks up the story of the family Abbott just after the events of ‘A quiet place’. In this new release will resolve the doubts about the beginning of the emergence of the horrible creatures. The family will find other survivors, as Emmett, played by Murphy.

The wait will be worth it

John Krasinski spoke with People about ‘A quiet place 2’ before the premiere held in New York. When it premiered the first film, Krasinski said he did not want to go back for a second, but as we see now, he did, and no regrets at all: I said I would never do a second, nothing could be so personal and organic to me as the first. And it turns out that I like this”.

Will stay waiting for a new release date.