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A Quiet Place 3 Movie Release Date Revealed

The franchise’ director has also changed.

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The third installment of the thriller-horror series “A Quiet Place” will be published on March 31, 2023, according to Paramount.

After the long-awaited sequel, A Quiet Place, was released in theaters, Paramount confirmed the March 31, 2023 release date for the third film in the thriller-horror series.

Jeff Nichols (“Mud”) will replace John Krasinski, who directed the first two films in the series, which starred Emily Blunt and Millicent Simonds. The film is produced by Michael Bay, Andrew Form, Brad Fuller and Krasinski, with Allyson Seeger serving as executive producer.

After a year, most of Earth’s human population has been annihilated by blind creatures with hypersensitive hearing that attack anything making noise. The alien creatures are covered in armor-like skin that is impervious to bullets and explosives. The Abbott family – wife Evelyn, husband Lee, deaf teenage daughter Regan, and younger sons Marcus and Beau – silently scavenge for supplies in a deserted town. Going barefoot while outdoors, the family communicates in American Sign Language. Inside a store, four-year-old Beau is drawn to a battery-powered space shuttle toy, but Lee takes it away due to the noise it would make. Regan returns the toy to Beau, who also takes the batteries that his father removed from it. Beau activates the toy when the family is crossing a bridge, alerting a nearby creature that kills him. Over a year later, Regan struggles with guilt over her brother’s death, Evelyn enters the final stages of pregnancy, and Lee fruitlessly tries to make radio contact with the outside world. Lee attempts to upgrade Regan’s cochlear implant with scavenged miniature amplifiers to restore her hearing, but the devices are ineffective. Later, Lee takes Marcus to a nearby river with a large waterfall to teach him to fish, while Regan sneaks off to visit Beau’s memorial. Lee tells Marcus it is safe to talk when louder background noise masks their voices from the creatures. Marcus says that Regan blames herself for Beau’s death and needs her father to tell her he still loves her. Alone at the house, Evelyn goes into labor. While making her way to their basement, she accidentally steps on an exposed nail with her bare foot and drops a glass picture frame, alerting a nearby creature. Evelyn flips a switch that changes the exterior house lights to red as a signal to the others and struggles to remain silent during her contractions. Arriving at the farm and seeing the lights, Lee instructs Marcus to set off fireworks as a diversion. Lee finds Evelyn hiding in the bathroom with their newborn son. They make their way to the improvised soundproofed basement. Lee leaves to find the other children. Evelyn falls asleep but awakens to discover the basement is flooded from a broken water pipe and that a creature is inside with her. Regan and Marcus take refuge atop a grain silo and light a fire to signal their father. However, they run out of lighter fluid and the fire dies before attracting Lee’s attention. A hatch door suddenly gives way, and Marcus falls into the silo. The falling door distracts the creature that was stalking Evelyn and it instead targets Marcus and Regan. Regan, who jumped in after Marcus, sinks into the corn and nearly suffocates, but Marcus saves her. Regan’s cochlear implant reacts to the proximity of the creature by emitting a high-frequency sound that repels it. The children escape the silo and find their father. The creature returns, attacking and wounding Lee, while Marcus and Regan hide in a pickup truck. Marcus shouts, attracting the creature away from his father to the truck. Lee signs to Regan that he loves her and always has, before yelling to draw the creature to him. The creature then attacks and kills Lee. Regan and Marcus roll the truck down a hill to escape and reunite with Evelyn and the baby at the farmhouse. The four retreat to the basement. When the creature returns, Regan, who realizes that the sound made by the implant distresses the creature, switches the device back on and places it on a nearby microphone, amplifying the feedback. Painfully disoriented, the creature exposes the flesh beneath its armored head, allowing Evelyn to fatally shoot it with a shotgun. The family views a CCTV monitor, showing two creatures attracted by the noise of the shotgun blast approaching the house. With their newly acquired knowledge of the creatures’ weakness, Evelyn reloads.

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Cinema of Turkey “Green Pine” Movies To Hit Netflix

Dert Bende, Fatmagül’ün Suçu Ne?, Şoför Nebahat and more.

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The Cinema of Turkey (Yeşilçam) to hit Netflix.

Netflix, the international streaming platform with more than 200 million subscribers, adds Yeşilçam movies. Cinema of Turkey movies Netflix will release firstly are “Dert Bende,” “Fatmagül’ün Suçu Ne?” and “Şoför Nebahat“.

Turkish movies will be released by Netflix, which diversifies more and more with Turkish productions every day:

  • Dert Bende, starring Türkan Şoray.

The film focuses on the complicated love affair of 2 women and 2 men.

  • Fatmagül’ün Suçu Ne?, starring Hülya Avşar.

Story of a village girl who transforms into a courageous and independent woman and fights against the men who destroyed her life.

  • Şoför Nebahat, starring Metin Serezli and Fatma Girik.

Nebahat, who had to bring money to her house after her father’s death, starts to work as a chauffeur which is fully male dominated job.

  • The Naked Citizen, starring Şener Şen.

A guy under economic pressure has a nervous breakdown and one night suddenly starts to run naked, which makes him an overnight sensation.

  • Şekerpare, starring Şener Şen and İlyas Salman.

In the harsh times of the small time crime in Istanbul, a conscientious police officer Cumali is recognized by the police chief Ziver Bey who sees Cumali as a threat and matches him with Sekerpare, a famous harlot.

  • Tokatçı, starring Kemal Sunal.

A tragicomedy dramatizing how an innocent villager is driven into the crime world only to collect enough cash to make his biggest dream come true: Return to his village home and marry the girl next door.

  • Aşıksın, starring Hülya Avşar and İbrahim Tatlıses.

Tatlises, a famous singer, falls in love with the young girl Hulya, who is a fan, and immediately proposes to get married.

  • Gülşah, starring Hülya Koçyiğit.

Gulsah, a little girl, is the nightmare of nannies hired to take care of her. Growing up without a mother, Gülsah sent back all nannies brought home with her games. But Zeynep will not be an easy nanny.

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Cannes Adds Films From Gaspar Noé, Ari Folman

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The Cannes Film Festival has announced many new additions to its 74th edition, which will take place from July 6 to July 17.

The highly anticipated “74. The Official Selection Films of the Cannes Film Festival was announced recently. Among the significant new releases are filmed by Gaspar Noé and Ari Folman, as well as a concert film featuring Bill Murray, who will be in Cannes. Folman, the director of Waltz With Bashir, returns with Where Is Anne Frank?, a modern animated drama that begins more than 70 years after the publication of The Diary Of Anne Frank and brings to life her imaginary friend, Kitty. The film will be seen in the Out of Competition section. Yohan Manca’s Mes Frères Et Moi, a debut feature about a young kid who aspires to be Pavarotti, has been added to Un Certain Regard. Midnight Screenings currently feature Arnaud and Jean-Marie Larrieu’s musical comedy Tralala, starring Mathieu Amalric, Mélanie Thierry, Bertrand Belin, Mawenn, Josianne Balasko, and Denis Lavant, and Audrey Estrougo’s Suprêmes, about the birth of hip-hop culture in France at the end of 80s. Special screenings will bring Bill Murray to Cannes for Andrew Muscato’s New Worlds, The Cradle Of A Civilization.Dario Argento, Françoise Lebrun, and Alex Lutz star in Noé’s Vortex, which will premiere in the new Cannes Première section. It’s described as a documentary-style look at the final years of a loving couple suffering from senility.

Commitment Hasan,” a film by Semih Kaplanoğlu, is also one of the festival’s selections. The festival, which is much anticipated, will take place from July 6 to July 17.

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Glenn Close to Star Max Barbakow’s Upcoming Film

She will star with Josh Brolin and Peter Dinklage.

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Glenn Close will star alongside Josh Brolin and Peter Dinklage in the film Brothers.

Max Barbakow, the director of “Palm Springs,” is directing “Brothers,” which is based on a scenario by Macon Blair and Etan Cohen. Before being given over to Barbakow, Blair was supposed to helm the film.

Andrew Lazar of Mad Chance will produce alongside Brolin’s company Brolin Productions and Dinklage‘s venture Estuary Films.

The production company behind the film, Legendary Entertainment, hasn’t revealed anything about “Brothers” other than the fact that Josh Brolin and Peter Dinklage would play siblings. As a result, it’s unclear who Glenn Close will play.

Sources believe the film will be in the manner of Ivan Reitman’s buddy comedy “Twins,” which starred Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito in 1988.

Next up, Close will star alongside Mahershala Ali and Naomie Harris in the Apple TV Plus film “Swan Song.”

CAA, MGMT Entertainment, and Loeb & Loeb represent her.

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