‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Is Ending Explained


A Quiet Place II ending, explained: No post-credits scene, but some sequel hints
John Krasinski’s horror sequel is available on Paramount Plus, and its final moments offer possibilities for further adventures.

Regan Abbott is eager to explore, but her mom just wants to find somewhere safe as quickly as possible.


The nerve-shredding A Quiet Place Part II landed on Paramount Plus Tuesday, bringing director John Krasinski’s horror sequel to streaming audiences. The movie picks up right after the events of 2018 original as surviving members of the Abbott family figure out how to get by in a world overrun by terrifying monsters that relentlessly hunt down any sound.

Let’s be very, very quiet as we take a look at where they end up. There’s no post-credits scene, but we’ll also sound out the possibilities for sequels set in this universe. Whispered SPOILERS ahead.

Island ripped apart:

Deaf survivor Regan Abbott (Millicent Simmonds) and new ally Emmett (Cillian Murphy) discover an island populated by survivors living normal lives. Djimon Hounsou’s character (who’s credited as Man on Island) reveals that authorities quickly realized the creatures can’t swim, so they tried to evacuate people across the water from the mainland. The creatures were right behind them, however, so people panicked and only a few made it to the islands.

Unfortunately, one of the creatures bobs out to this island on the boat Regan and Emmett had their eye on, turning the safe haven into a hell. Regan, Emmett, and Man lead the beastie to the island’s radio station — the source of the repeated broadcast of Bobby Darin’s Beyond the Sea that led them to the island.

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The creature quickly turns Man on Island into Man in Pieces, leaving Regan and Emmet to save the day. Regan uses her cochlear implant, which uses electric signals to give her a modified sense of sound, to exploit the weakness she discovered in the previous movie. She blasts feedback through the building’s speakers making the creature disorientated and vulnerable. Regan then seizes the opportunity to beat it to death, making the island safe once again.

Steel mill terror:

Back at the steel mill, Evelyn and Marcus Abbott (Emily Blunt and Noah Jupe) try to survive an assault by one of the creatures, while protecting the baby. It’s all immensely stressful, and it looks like they’re screwed.

Conveniently enough, Marcus has been listening to the looped Beyond the Sea on their radio — either listening out for Regan’s progress or to distract from the agony of getting his ankle caught in a bear trap earlier. Hearing the broadcast feedback, he turns the radio on the creature — which is enough to kill it.

Basically, Regan is this franchise’s MVP.

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