Emily Blunt shares the condition she would require in order to make a potential A Quiet Place Part III with Part II co-star Cillian Murphy.
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- Emily Blunt revealed during a podcast interview that she’s open to starring in a potential sequel to “A Quiet Place Part II” with Cillian Murphy.
- Blunt expressed her condition for returning in the sequel: she wants her husband and co-star John Krasinski to direct it as well.
- Blunt, Murphy, and Krasinski had a conversation about the potential sequel, discussing the idea of keeping the story going together.
Emily Blunt has laid out her main condition for starring in A Quiet Place 3 with Cillian Murphy. The star played Evelyn Abbott in the 2018 horror movie A Quiet Place, which was directed by her husband and co-star John Krasinski and follows a family struggling to survive in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by monsters who hunt via sound. She reprised the role in the 2021 sequel A Quiet Place Part II, which was also directed by Krasinski and stars Murphy as Emmett, a former friend of Evelyn’s husband Lee.
Blunt appeared on a recent episode of the Happy Sad Confused podcast to discuss everything from her role in the Oppenheimer cast to potential sequels for some of her movies. During the interview, which was conducted prior to the SAG-AFTRA strike, she revealed that she, Krasinski, and her Oppenheimer co-star Cillian Murphy recently chatted about a potential third A Quiet Place movie. While she is interested, it would have to involve all three of them. Krasinski especially would have to be on board because she doesn’t “want it to be with a different director.” Read her full quote below:
Well, Cillian [Murphy] and I were having a chat with John [Krasinski] about it last night. We were sitting on a rooftop all together drinking wine and… “You know what would be great? Is if we keep this thing going…” I think there’s… it would have to be that we would all do it together. I don’t want it to be with a different director if we did it again.
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Source: Happy Sad Confused