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A Quiet Place Part 2 is now streaming on Paramount Plus

The movie arrived just over 45 days after it debuted in theaters

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Evelyn, holding her daughter in front of flames, in A Quiet Place Part II Photo: Paramount Pictures

After a successful run in theaters, the horror sequel A Quiet Place Part II is finally watchable at home. The Paramount-made horror movie is now on Paramount Plus, where uses can stream it whenever they want.

A Quiet Place Part II takes place directly after the events of the first movie with what remains of the Abbott family on the run from sound-sensing alien invaders. The sequel is once again directed by John Krasinski and this time stars Emily Blunt and Cillian Murphy.

The film moves to the streaming service at the close of Paramount’s new, shorter theatrical window, which stipulates that movies have to go at least 45 days between their theatrical debut and their arrival on Paramount Plus. Paramount is just one of a handful of studios experimenting with streaming distribution and theatrical exclusivity in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, and the industry shift has prompted theater chains to renegotiate their windowing agreements to a shorter period.

For now it seems that Paramount Plus will be the only place that users can stream the new horror movie for the time being. Unfortunately, despite the fact that Paramount has sold several movies to Netflix in the past, it’s unlikely that A Quiet Place Part II will arrive on any streaming services other than Paramount Plus in the near future.

A Quiet Place Part II is available to all Paramount Plus subscribers, including those that use the service’s $4.99 ad-supported option, as well as its $9.99 ad-free version.

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