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The producers behind the A Quiet Place franchise are reteaming for another spooky thriller, this one from Paramount Players.
John Krasinski, the star, filmmaker and producer of the two Quiet Place films, and Allyson Seeger, his producing partner at the duo’s Sunday Night Productions banner, have partnered once again with Michael Bay, Andrew Form, and Brad Fuller of Platinum Dunes to produce Apartment 7A.
Plot details are being kept in the furnace room, but it is being described as a psychological thriller.
Natalie Erika James, who directed the 2020 dramatic horror movie, Relic, is attached to direct and co-write the script with Christian White, based off an initial script by Skylar James.
Alexa Ginsburg is overseeing the project for Sunday Night Productions, whose mission statement is to develop grounded human stories.
Krasinski’s Quiet Place was an instant smash that became not only a cross over hit, winning over fans beyond just the horror and sci-fi crowd, but also racked up award nominations for its screenplay, score, and sound editing, while making over $340.9 million worldwide.
The sequel, A Quiet Place Part II, has been in the can for over a year, its release delayed multiple times due to the ongoing pandemic. Paramount will now release the movie May 28, 2021.
Sunday Night is also a producer on political action thriller series Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan for Amazon, reality competition series LipSync Battle for Paramount Network, and was behind the hit web series, Some Good News, which racked up over 75 million views.
James’ made her feature directorial debut with Relic, which was produced by Jake Gyllenhaal and exec produced by the Russo Bros., and premiered at 2020’s Sundance Film Festival. The pic, while a horror movie, was praised for its sensitive tackling of dementia.
She is repped by WME.
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