Power couple John Krasinski (The Office) and Emily Blunt (AKA the new Mary Poppins) have been married for seven years now, starring in no less than 20 combined films since that time, and yet, we've never seen the adorable husband and wife duo on the silver screen together. The pair will appear together in the supernatural thriller "A Quiet Place", which Krasinski will write and direct. Krasinski, best known as Jim Halpert from The Office, has never dabbled in the horror genre before, while Blunt, who's now filming Mary Poppins Returns, has appeared in both horror (Wind Chill, The Wolfman) and sci-fi (Edge of Tomorrow).
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Any further incidents, or indeed inaction from the world governing body, will seriously affect the stature of this series. India won the Test to square the series with Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin taking the bulk of Australian wickets.
The film will be Krasinski's third directorial credit, following 2009's Brief Interviews with Hideous Men and 2016's The Hollars, and it's expected to go into production later this year. Scott Beck and Bryan Woods wrote an earlier draft of the script and will executive produce alongside Krasinski and his Sunday Night partner Alyson Seeger. They also both voiced characters in the animated movies "The Wind Rises" and "Animal Crackers", the latter of which will hit cinemas in September. On top of writing and directing, Krasinski will also be co-starring in the pic with Blunt. Blunt is also lending her voice to Gnomeo and Juliette: Sherlock Gnomes and My Little Pony: The Movie, and is taking over for Julie Andrews in the iconic role of Mary Poppins for Disney's Mary Poppins Returns.