Shush, A Quiet Place: Day One set to sneakily make noise with 40M+ debut!

  • A Quiet Place: Day One is projected to open with $40M at the box office
  • The film is directed by Michael Sarnoski and stars Lupita Nyong’o, Joseph Quinn, Djimon Hounsou, and Alex Wolff
  • Kevin Costner’s Horizon: An American Saga is not faring as well with projected $9M-$12M opening

 

Are you ready to step into a world where silence is survival? Well, get ready because A Quiet Place: Day One is sneaking its way into the weekend box office with a projected debut of over $40 million. That’s right, you heard it here first – this highly anticipated sequel is set to make a big splash with audiences of all ages.

Director Michael Sarnoski took a daring approach in following up John Krasinski’s original film with A Quiet Place: Day One. This time around, we follow the story of a woman named Sam, played by the incredible Lupita Nyong’o, as she navigates a terrifying invasion by alien creatures with ultra-sensitive hearing in the bustling streets of New York City. With a stellar cast including Joseph Quinn, Djimon Hounsou, and Alex Wolff, this film promises to be a heart-pounding thrill ride from start to finish.

The Quiet Place franchise has already made a big name for itself, grossing over $638 million worldwide with just two films. Audiences can’t seem to get enough of the tension and suspense that these movies deliver, and a $40 million debut for A Quiet Place: Day One would be a huge win for the horror genre in cinemas. Let’s face it, most genre films struggle to break even $10 million on opening weekend, so this projection is definitely something to celebrate.

In contrast, Kevin Costner’s epic multi-part saga, Horizon: An American Saga, doesn’t seem to be faring quite as well. With analysts predicting a lackluster $9-12 million opening weekend, it looks like Costner’s ambitious project may not be resonating with audiences as much as he had hoped. Clocking in at a hefty three hours long, Horizon is a demanding watch for moviegoers looking to soak up some sun and enjoy the warmer weather.

Costner’s Horizon will take viewers on a journey spanning 15 years in the settlement of America’s Western frontier, shining a spotlight on both the settlers and the Indigenous groups that first inhabited the land. This marks Costner’s return to the director’s chair since 2003’s Open Range, and fans are eager to see if he can recapture the magic that earned him an Academy Award for directing Dances with Wolves.

So, are you planning to catch A Quiet Place: Day One in theaters this weekend? Let us know in the comments below, and don’t forget to share this article with your friends who are horror movie fanatics. The weekend is calling, and it’s time to immerse yourself in the chilling world of A Quiet Place: Day One. Get ready for a wild ride!

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