John Krasinski Is Hoping to Terrify Us With 'A Quiet Place'

John Krasinski Is Hoping to Terrify Us With 'A Quiet Place'

You married Emily Blunt? Go.

The former star of The Office told the latter story to Jimmy Fallon after a mention of his wife's name caused The Tonight Show audience to erupt with applause. So it shouldn't come as much of a surprise when I tell you it's as awesome as the buzz says.

The 38-year-old said the agent questioned him about his job as an actor and asked if he'd recognize him from anything. "I think we grew", the actress, 35, said of her and John's relationship. "We could be announcing our divorce right now if it did go the wrong way", Krasinski joked about the experience.

Krasinski knew he was onboard after he read the screenplay from Bryan Woods and Scott Beck, but he soon realized that he wanted Blunt to make this movie with him.

Emily, who shares daughters Hazel, four, and Violet, one, with the actor, added: "I think inevitably it's going to sort of translate to this film". Then if she said yes, I'll do it for you that would've felt weird for me and I wouldn't have been able to direct her in same way.

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"They're just such lovely people", Jupe said. "So, that immediately connected me to the whole project and I called [the producers] and said I wanted to do it". "We didn't have that conversation again for a really long time, and it saved our relationship".

Krasinski was in London visiting his wife, who was there filming Mary Poppins, and the airport customs official couldn't believe Krasinski is the actress's husband. I hadn't seen a lot of horror movies.

Blunt and Krasinski are starring alongside each other as a married couple in the new Krasinski-directed horror film A Quiet Place, opening April 6.

Let's just hope that a movie usher doesn't stop Krasinski from getting a front row seat, amiright?

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