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John Krasinski's debut feature "A Quiet Place" tells the story of a family with a deaf child, and the "Jack Ryan" star wanted to make sure he included a deaf actor in the film. "It was a non-negotiable thing for me," Krasinski told Rosamund Pike of the casting during their conversation for Variety's "Actors on... [Read More]
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John Krasinski told Business Insider the moment on set of "A Quiet Place" when he realized the movie could work with audiences. It wasn't one of the thrilling scenes, but an intimate one that made him get emotional while watching it unfold. John Krasinski knew it from the start: Making a horror movie with very little dialogue and the actors using sign language to communicate was a huge gamble. But having the opportunity to do something different by Hollywood standards was too enticing to not go forward with. Today, Krasinski's writing-directing-starring effort in... [Read More]
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John Krasinski knew he had a potential hit on his hands when he attended a test screening for "A Quiet Place." A horror movie about a family battling largely unseen creatures who attack at the slightest noise, the film transpires with no verbal dialogue: The characters communicate with American Sign Language, or through meaningful glances and gestures. This wasn't Krasinski's first effort as a director; still, he and his wife, Emily Blunt - who play the parents in "A Quiet Place" - weren't sure audiences would accept a genre picture that harked back to cinema's silent roots more... [Read More]
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The Bradford County Commissioners faced concerns Thursday that a proposed law enforcement shooting range would make the nearby Bradford County Library a not-so-quiet place. [Read More]
The monster horror hit "A Quiet Place" — co-written by Bettendorf natives Scott Beck and Bryan Woods — received one major film honor early this week but then was snubbed... [Read More]
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The filmmaker and actor tried something different for his third directorial outing: a genre film. It's paid off. [Read More]
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From the shocking omissions ("A Quiet Place," Hugh Jackman, Ryan Gosling) to the jaw-dropping additions (John C. Reilly, "Bodyguard," "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse"), we go deep inside today's announcements. [Read More]
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John Krasinski's celebrated mostly-silent horror sensation "A Quiet Place" got only one nomination, and a curious one at that, for Marco Beltrami's score of all things. Krasinski was expected to... [Read More]
'This Is Us,' 'A Quiet Place,' Ethan Hawke, 'Pose' and more top our list of snubs and surprises... [Read More]
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Hereditary. Netflix's The Haunting of Hill House. A Quiet Place. Nuff said. [Read More]
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A community center opened in Silicon Valley for dogs that offers yoga classes, space for pet birthday parties and workshops to modify pup behaviors. Pup Plaza, which opened last week, is the creation of the Silicon Valley Pet Project will also have arts and crafts, a boutique shop and "a quiet place for shelter dogs to get away from the stress of the shelter," according to... [Read More]
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Musical drama "A Star is Born," superhero movie "Black Panther" and horror flick "A Quiet Place" were named as some of the 10 best films of 2018 by the American Film Institute. [Read More]
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The new Avengers, the latest from DC, plus Black Panther, Mission: Impossible, Jurassic World, Incredibles 2 and even A Quiet Place make the Academy Awards shortlist for impressive special effects. But who will win in the end? [Read More]
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John Krasinski explained to Business Insider why he decided to put on a motion-capture suit and play the movie's creature in the final scene of "A Quiet Place." He also talked about what it was like to show the footage of him in the suit to a test screening audience, as the creature VFX footage wasn't ready to put in the movie yet. One of the most emotionally draining parts of being a director is showing your movie to an audience for the first time — especially when it isn't finished yet. That's... [Read More]
"Black Panther," "A Star Is Born" and "Mary Poppins Returns" are among the American Film Institute's top 10 films of the year.AFI announced its selections for the 19th AFI Awards Tuesday, recognizing works deemed culturally and artistically significant by a jury of AFI trustees, scholars and critics.The selected films include the aforementioned blockbusters, the horror film "A Quiet Place," "The Favourite," Barry Jenkins' James Baldwin adaptation "If Beale Street Could Talk," Bo... [Read More]
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Take a blank piece of paper, find a quiet place and take five minutes to write out how you would describe the culture you work in each day. [Read More]
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Musical drama "A Star is Born," superhero movie "Black Panther" and horror flick "A Quiet Place" were named as some of the 10 best films of 2018 by the American Film Institute on Tuesday. [Read More]
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The American Film Institute has announced honorees for the 2018 AFI Awards, including the top 10 movies and top 10 TV programs of the year. In addition to the 20 honorees, AFI also recognized Alfonso Cuarón's "Roma" — which was not eligible for the list of American films — with a special award designated for... [Read More]
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Ryan Coogler's blockbuster "Black Panther," Bradley Cooper's hit musical "A Star Is Born" and Peter Farrelly's period dramedy "Green Book" have made the American Film Institute's list of the top 10 films of 2018, as part of a wide-ranging selection that also includes the independent films "First Reformed" by Paul Schrader and "Eighth Grade" by Bo Burnham. Also on the list: Barry Jenkins' "If Beale Street Could Talk," Yorgos Lanthimos' "The Favourite," Spike Lee's "BlacKkKlansman," Rob Marshall's "Mary Poppins Returns" and John Krasinski's "A Quiet Place." Read the full article on The Wrap... [Read More]
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Millicent Simmonds saved the day in "A Quiet Place" — now she's headed to the Disney Channel for two episodes of "Andi Mack." [Read More]
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