John Krasinski Breaks Down A Quiet Place's Lantern Scene | Notes on a Scene | Vanity Fair

In this episode of “Notes on a Scene,” John Krasinski, the movie’s director and star, breaks down the lantern scene in “A Quiet Place.” The movie debuts in theaters April 6th.

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  1. I love this movie but I have a hunch that he’s copy someone and I’ll tell you who. I’m pretty sure he’s using some of shawn levy’s and the duffer Brothers ideas. They created Stranger Things. The ideas are quite similar. You see the Demigorgan can’t see, it finds you by sound; Aqp had this monster that “ALSO” can’t see and finds you by hear. There’s many similarities. So yeah

  2. Your a fuckin legend, please make more of these! First monster movie I’ve seen in ages that actually had me scared for days, I was scared of my squeaky laminate flooring for about a week after seeing this film


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