A Quiet Place writers considered pitching movie as a Cloverfield sequel

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Paramount marketeers put together a clever campaign that broadened A Quiet Place's appeal.

John Krasinski's new film, A Quiet Place, is freaking terrifying, but if you're not a fan of horror and still want to support the man you know as Jim Halpert we have found a solution. "(ILM was) involved in the process, and they have said to me many times that this is one of their most favorite experiences, because they felt like they were part of the team".

Noah Jupe attends an immersive VIP Fan Screening of "A Quiet Place" on April 5, 2018 in London, England. Krasinski tweeted to Reynolds, "Thank you Son". It's an impressive piece of work that shows Krasinski to be a master of foreshadowing, building suspense and creating mood.

Meanwhile, Chris Pratt was more passionate than amusing when giving his seal of approval to A Quiet Place.

Along with the video, he added this caption- "HOLY CRAPPP!"

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Yahoo Movies spoke with the "A Quiet Place" duo about their experiences nearly landing roles in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which would've affected the last several years of their careers.

That's a unique twist-a studio not wanting to franchise out an idea, and instead bringing it to fruition as an original project. It earned a B rating on CinemaScore and an 80 percent positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

In case those words weren't effusive enough, Pratt shared them with a video where he issued more praise.

"I know that I'm not supposed to be driving and shooting a video at the same time, but I'm stuck in traffic". "But I'm stuck in traffic". The sound is another character in "A Quiet Place", and it gooses the tension mightily. The film goes nationwide next week so it may enjoy more good fortune in the coming weeks though it may face some competition next week as the Dwayne Johnson vehicle Rampage opens alongside the horror film Truth or Dare from production house Blumhouse. "It's just one of those movies that whenever you're going through the channels you just stop and you look". I can not tell you how freaking dope that movie is. It will scare the crap out of all. This is something you rarely see, but when you do, its pure magic. The horror of their situation can be seen so much more clearly on the faces of John Krasinski and Emily Blunt (with the absence of sound); they play helpless parents to three children who are just about surviving (through strategic planning and sign language). "And in this movie, I'm actually acting out my everyday fears". Some even went as far as to consider it a fatal blow to the art form they had come to love, now being replaced by an imposter that was inferior in every way. "You can't predict what's going to happen, what's going to catch fire and what's not, so if I make the choice for me, and not because I'm contracted I think that's an exciting prospect".