The film, starring Emily Blunt, was due to start its international rollout on March 18
The release of Paramount thriller “A Quiet Place Part II” is being delayed indefinitely because of the coronavirus outbreak, director and producer John Krasinski said on Thursday.
The film, starring Emily Blunt, which was due to start its international rollout in movie theatres on March 18, was the latest Hollywood movie to be pushed back because of the virus that has closed movie theatres in China, Italy and many other nations.
“Due to the ever-changing circumstances of what’s going on in the world around us, now is clearly not the right time to do that,” Krasinski said in a posting on his Instagram account.
He did not say when the film would be released.