John Krasinski open to someone else directing sequel to A Quiet Place
The actor directed and co-wrote the horror film, and also starred in it along with his wife Emily Blunt
Actor-director John Krasinski, who shot to fame with the critically-acclaimed A Quiet Place, says though he is trying to come up with an idea for a sequel, he is open to someone else directing it.
Krasinski, who directed and co-wrote the horror film, and also starred in it along with his wife Emily Blunt, says "I have never done a directing franchise thing and as franchises go, the best ideas win. So if a director came in with a really cool take, I'd say 'Go with it'. But I am trying to come up with an idea that I love."
Krasinski feels he has to come up with something that can earn the same kind of love the audience gave to the first film.
"What I really cared about was not only that it was a financial success but also that people really connected to the story. So I would hate for the studio to just put something out there where people are like ‘you blew it'," he adds.