The Abbott family is still fighting to stay alive in A Quiet Place Part II and it looks like that won't be easy for them. On Jan. 1, Paramount Pictures unveiled the first clip for the highly anticipated sequel to the 2018 film starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, which begins with a flashback that shows when the sound-hunting monsters first appeared to wreak havoc. The latest trailer released on Jan. 31, which serves as the film's Super Bowl ad, features a surprise appearance by director John Krasinski, whose character Lee Abbott was last seen sacrificing himself to aid his family's escape in A Quite Place. The new footage features Lee and Regan (Millicent Simmonds) in an intense flashback sequence which sees one of the noise-attracted aliens attacking a crowded city street.
We then return to the present-day — the events following the first film — where Evelyn (Blunt), Regan, Marcus (Noah Jupe), and the newborn baby, venture into unknown territory as they try to keep quiet amid new threats. They come across a survivalist played by Peaky Blinders' Cillian Murphy, who tells the family, "The people that are left — they're not the kind of people worth saving."
As expected, the sequel looks just as ominous and terrifying as the first! Above, watch the trailer, then check out more released footage ahead before the film hits theaters on March 20, 2020.