John Krasinski Started Thinking About A Third Film While Writing A Quiet Place Part II

While many of his fans first met John Krasinski as the prank-playing paper salesman, Jim Halpert, on NBC‘s The Office, he has continued to impress us taking on more dramatic roles such as Jack Silva in the Michael Bay-directed 13 Hours, as well as stepping into the role of Tom Clancy character, Jack Ryan, following in the footsteps of Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck, Alec Baldwin, and Chris Pine.

Having established himself as a versatile actor, Krasinski then decided to show off his talents behind the camera, in an unexpected genre, horror. He co-wrote and directed 2018’s A Quiet Place, putting both his storytelling and suspense-building abilities on display. Not long after, news came that Krasinski would return to direct a sequel to the hit film. With A Quiet Place Part II officially releasing next Friday, some fans wonder if there will be a third installment

“It’s interesting, I genuinely hadn’t thought about a second one when I was doing the first one. However, I really had these questions while I was doing it. I put the fires out in the distance in the first one, and I always thought to myself, ‘Wouldn’t it be cool if we got to explore where those fires lead to? Who’s on the other end of those fires?’ But I never thought that there would be a sequel. So then when I actually came around to writing the sequel, I started with the fires. And so this time, I think when my brain started wandering of questions of what would this mean later on, I started to write down notes in case I could prepare myself for a third one.”

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The story progression appears to be very natural and that’s a good thing. While this isn’t confirmation that A Quiet Place Part III will be made, it does bode well for the idea. If A Quiet Place Part II proves to be as, or even more successful than the original film, it’s likely Krasinski will want to finish the overall story and be given the proper means to do it.

While I am not a fan of blood and gore, I do fancy these kinds of horror films, the more psychological, edge-of-your-seat type. I was thoroughly entertained during the first film, feeling the same kind of terror and suspense as I did during the first Jurassic Park. I may even deem A Quiet Place Part II as theater worthy (which is usually reserved for Star Wars and the Marvel Cinematic Universe), and take a trip to the cinema.

What are your thoughts on a potential A Quiet Place trilogy? Let us know your thoughts down below!

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