After a successful run in theaters, fans can now watch A Quiet Place Part II in the comfort of their homes by streaming the film on Paramount+.
After a successful stint in theaters, A Quiet Place Part II is now available to stream on Paramount+ for U.S. subscribers.
The sequel to 2018’s A Quiet Place starring John Krasinski and Emily Blunt made its theatrical debut on May 28. Now, after more than a month since it’s been in theaters, Paramount Pictures is bringing A Quiet Place Part II to its new streaming service, which should help entice even more people to either sign up for a free trial, or decide between the Paramount+ basic plan of $4.99 per month or the ad-free subscription price of $9.99 per month.
Upcoming films from Paramount Pictures will have a theatrical release window of 30-45 days, before making their streaming debut on Paramount+. Some original films premiering on Paramount+ include Infinite starring Mark Wahlberg and Chiwetel Ejiofor; Jerry and Marge Go Large starring Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening; a reboot of the Paranormal franchise; a Pet Sematary prequel; and Joey King’s The In Between.
The A Quiet Place sequel follows the Abbott Family as they leave their familiar home to travel out into the world filled with silence. As they fight for survival, they soon learn that the monsters that hunt by sound aren’t the only threat they should watch out for. A Quiet Place Part II has already passed $150 million at the domestic box office, making it one of the early success stories in a post-coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic world.
Fans can now decide if they want to keep supporting A Quiet Place Part II by heading to the movies, or sitting at home to stream it on Paramount+.
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