Brian Tyree Henry reveals more details on A Quiet Place sequel
Brian Tyree Henry has revealed more details about plans for the sequel to A Quiet Place.
A Quiet Place was released in April 2018, took over $340 million at the box office on a budget of just $17 million, meaning a sequel was swiftly ordered.
The sequel will arrive in cinemas on May 15th in 2020. Emily Blunt and co-stars Noah Jupe and Millicent Simmonds are all in talks to reprise their roles, with John Krasinski directing once again.
Based on a story by Bryan Woods and Scott Beck, A Quiet Place starred Krasinski and Blunt as a married couple with two children who are forced to live in total silence thanks to the presence of some mysterious and terrifying creatures occupying the farm where they live, and who will hunt and attack them at the slightest noise.
For the sequel, Brian Tyree Henry and Cillian Murphy will join the cast and Henry has spoken about what viewers can expect.
Speaking to Observer about plans for the new film, Henry said: "I really think that what we’ll do is we’ll see more of that family continuing to survive and finding out that they’re not the only ones."
He continued: "And I think that we’re also going to get a few answers to the origin of where and how this whole thing happened. I think that people want to know that. But I think you’re just going to see another side of it… more of humanity that survived this thing in this next story."