The film “A Quiet Place Part II” has successfully earned USD57 million in revenue during its first weekend of broadcast.
Paramount Pictures’ “A Quiet Place Part II” has grossed $57 million during its first weekend. Reporting from Variety (1/6), this suggests that cinemas are starting to recover after more than one year of experiencing closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Internationally, the film “A Quiet Place Part II” has successfully earned USD22 million in revenue, with as much as USD14.9 million of which came from China. It is known that “A Quiet Place Part II” has been shown in 3,726 theaters.
This sequel was originally planned to premiere in March 2020, but the Covid-19 pandemic caused it to experience delays. John Krasinski is returning to direct the sequel, with Emily Blunt, Noah Jupe and Millicent Simmonds reprising their roles. This sequel is also played by Djimon Hounsou and Cillian Murphy.
Recently, John Krasinski has also mentioned that the script for the next Quiet Place film has been written, with writer-director Jeff Nichols writing and submitting the script for the next Quiet Place film. Unfortunately John Krasinski did not provide further details on who the film’s focus will be, or whether it will continue the same storyline from the previous two films.
Meanwhile, Lionsgate’s “Spiral” has earned $20.3 million from three weeks of release in the United States. This movie is reboot from the Saw franchise, starring Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson.