Premiere of ‘A Quiet Place Part 2′ Has Been Pushed Back
If you were waiting patiently to catch a glimpse of the Hudson Valley in A Quiet Place Part II, you're going to have to wait a little longer than expected.
The highly anticipated sequel was filmed, just like the first installment, in and around the Hudson Valley. Dutchess, Orange, Ulster and Putnam county were all prime spots for the thriller.
With everything going on with the Coronavirus John Krasinski, who directed both installments, made a decision in regards to the premiere of the movie.
Much like many other big events around the world, the premier for A Quiet Place Part II has been pushed back. Krasinski posted the following to Twitter on Thursday, March 12th:
The movie was set to be released on Friday, March 20th. Another date has not yet been announced.
I do know that A Quiet Place is currently streaming on Amazon Prime, why not make Part II available for rent? Just an idea.
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