He encouraged his fans to watch the movie.
Another cool thing about the film is that even Deadpool and Guardians of the Galaxy actors, Ryan Reynolds and Chris Pratt, respectively, took to social media, recommending that everyone see the film. It received the best CinemaScore of the new movies, a solid "A", so we'll have to see if it's helped by word-of-mouth.
In case you're wondering what exactly it would look like if Krasinski and Blunt, a 38-year-old and 35-year-old, respectively, were parents to a 41-year-old (an impossibility, clearly), a fan provided a glimpse.
Throughout A Quiet Place, there were small hints that this monster attack was on a global scale - remember Lee (Krasinski) desperately sending an S.O.S message via the radio and scratching off the names of cities that didn't respond? "HOLY CRAPPP! Stop what you're doing right now". It's scary, moving, with wonderful performances and a totally original idea. The film earned a 97% "certified fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes with an 86% audience score.
In case those words weren't effusive enough, Pratt shared them with a video where he issued more praise. "But I'm stuck in traffic".
TheWrap even made an etiquette video, urging theatergoers to be quiet during the movie. You have to go see this movie. He said just cancel your all plans and go to the movie theatres now.
Krasinski's direction nails the tone of the film incredibly well - the inherent creepiness of the creatures themselves puts you on edge, but he ramps up the tension with a sure hand, and the jumps and scares are incredibly well constructed. "You can't predict what's going to happen, what's going to catch fire and what's not, so if I make the choice for me, and not because I'm contracted, I think that's an exciting prospect". I can not endorse this movie enough.
The success of "A Quiet Place", the new horror thriller directed by John Krasinski, is a sign of viewers craving emptiness, of a yearning for some cinematic white noise to drown out troubling thoughts and observations with a potently simple and high-impact countermyth. If they hear you, they hunt you.