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‘A Quiet Place’ Offers a Final Trailer Before the Film’s Big Debut

A Quiet Place hits theaters this week

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Paramount Pictures is offering a final trailer for “A Quiet Place” before the thriller hits theaters this Thursday. The film will have a lot of competition at the box-office, but offers thriller fans something new to watch after the recent superhero and sci-fi releases.

The film, directed by John Krasinski, also stars Emily Blunt. In the modern horror thriller, a family of four must navigate their lives in silence after mysterious creatures that hunt by sound threaten their survival. The studio teases the film adding, “If they hear you, they hunt you”.

Michael Bay, Andrew Form, and Brad Fuller produced “A Quiet Place” for Paramount Pictures, and the film is getting a nationwide release this week. The story was written by Bryan Woods and Scott Beck, who also wrote the screenplay with John Krasinski. The film also features Noah Jupe and Millicent Simmonds. Thriller fans can watch the latest trailer below, thanks to a quick upload from Paramount Pictures to the studio’s YouTube page.

The film will have some stiff competition at the box-office, as “Ready Player One” will hope to capitalize on the film’s follow-up week in theaters. Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi epic pulled-in over $41M over the traditional weekend, and could win the box-office next week as well.

The other big-releases next weekend are the comedy “Blockers,” starring John Cena and Leslie Mann, and the thriller “Chappaquiddick” starring Jason Clarke, Kate Mara, Ed Helms, Bruce Dern, Olivia Thirlby, and Jim Gaffigan. “The Miracle Season,” starring Helen Hunt and William Hurt, is also set to open next weekend, in about 1,700 locations.

It will be interesting to see if “Ready Player One” can repeat the film’s win at the domestic box-office, and if “A Quiet Place” can bump the sci-fi actioner “Pacific Rim 2” from the top-five next weekend. The religious films that have seen a bump at the box office lately, like “I Can Only Imagine, “Paul, Apostle of Christ,” and “God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness,” could see a dramatic drop in weekend revenue now that the Passover/Easter Weekend is over.

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