Before the Abbott family quietly scavenged a post-apocalyptic landscape in the original A Quiet Place, the world succumbed to lethal alien creatures with unparalleled hearing abilities. That gradual downfall from normal mundane time to silence will be unveiled in the upcoming prequel film A Quiet Place: Day One. In this article, we will show you everything you need to know about A Quiet Place: Day One. including the movie's release date, trailer, cast, and more!
A Quiet Place: Day One Release Date and Trailer
Originally scheduled for March 2023, A Quiet Place: Day One was delayed multiple times before landing a new release date on June 28th, 2024. This prequel film will reveal the early chaos and downfall leading up to the post-apocalyptic setting of the original A Quiet Place, which started on Day 89.
In contrast to the remote, rugged settings of the first two films, the first trailer of A Quiet Place: Day One shows the streets of Brooklyn in utter chaos as lethal aliens arrive. The trailer sets up an origin story of society's collapse when the creatures first descend.
A Quite Place: Day One Cast
In the upcoming A Quite Place: Day One, Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong'o tackles her first lead horror role since Us as Sam. Joseph Quinn breaks out after his praised performance in Stranger Things as co-star Eric. Djimon Hounsou will reprise his role from Part II, and Alex Wolff plus Denis O'Hare round out the core cast.
What Will A Quiet Place: Day One Be About?
The brief official synopsis sets the scene by simply stating:
"Experience the day the world went quiet."
While connected in the universe, Day One will focus on the initial global panic and downfall that sets up the creepy post-apocalyptic setting the Abbott family faces in the original A Quiet Place.
As a prequel, Day One will showcase the early stages of the invasion and societal collapse. It moves the setting to New York City in contrast to the remote areas of the previous films. Director Michael Sarnoski will provide his own vision for the beginnings that set the stage for silence taking over.