‘A Quiet Place 2’ Pushed from April to September in Latest Delay for Paramount Horror Sequel

‘A Quiet Place 2’ Pushed from April to September in Latest Delay for Paramount Horror Sequel
Paramount Pictures’ “A Quiet Place Part II” is on the move again. The studio has announced John Krasinski and Emily Blunt’s horror sequel will open in theaters September 17 (via Variety), bumped from its current April 23 date.

The new release date for “A Quiet Place Part II” marks its fourth attempt at opening. Paramount was originally scheduled to open the movie in U.S. theaters on March 20, 2020, but the pandemic forced the title to delay to September 4, 2020. As the pandemic showed no signs of slowing down, Paramount announced in July it would be delaying “A Quiet Place Part II” again to April 23, 2021, over a year after its first scheduled date. With the launch of ViacomCBS’ streaming service Paramount+ in March, many in the industry wondered if “A Quiet Place Part II” could move to streaming to lure subscribers. Now we know that it’s remaining for theatrical release and set for September.
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