Chris Martin And Emily Blunt Accuse John Krasinki Of Avoiding Their Messages

Chris Martin And Emily Blunt Accuse John Krasinki Of Avoiding Their Messages
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John Krasinki was recently accused by two big-name celebrities of ignoring their messages, a report from Just Jared revealed. Reportedly, Chris Martin, who appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show earlier in the week, explained that he sent Emily and John an idea for a musical after he saw A Quiet Place.

Chris Martin explained that the joke was that the musical would have zero music or audio effects. On her Instagram account, Ellen @'d both Emily and John and asked them if they received the message from the Coldplay frontman.

John, in response, stated that he didn't get an email from Chris Martin, while at the same time boasting that Chris was a "global treasure." As it was noted above, Chris Martin was on The Ellen DeGeneres Show talking about his 16-year-old daughter who just got her first job.

Chris told the story of how he showed up to his daughter's work at a clothing store with some fudge, but she wasn't as welcoming as he had hoped.

Regarding Chris' musical idea, it's not surprising that John and Emily Blunt didn't respond to the text, because when A Quiet Place came out, it was one of the most talked-about films of the year.

According to the film's Wikipedia page, it dropped two years ago in 2018, written and directed by The Office alum, John Krasinki, with the help of additional writers Scott Beck and Bryan Woods.

The movie stars Emily Blunt and John himself, in addition to Noah Jupe and Millicent Simmonds.

The movie is about a family trying to survive in a world where aliens have taken over, except, the aliens are completely blind, and instead, have an amazing sense of hearing. Reportedly, the movie drew inspiration from other successful and critically acclaimed films such as In The Bedroom, No Country For Old Men , as well as Alien.

A Quiet Place made $340 million from a budget of just $17-$21 million, making it one of the most lucrative projects that year. The film currently holds a 95% rating on Rotten Tomatoes as well.

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