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John Krasinski Dropped A Low-Key Announcement About The Start Of ‘A Quiet Place 2’ Filming

Trotting UPROXX

Are you excited about 'A Quiet Place 2'? The cameras are rolling, as John Krasinski revealed.
'Paramount Pictures (Warning: A Quiet Place spoilers from the first movie will be found below.) Given that John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place became a sleeper horror hit, it’s no surprise not only that a sequel’s in the works, but that he’s back for Paramount Pictures as director and writer . Obviously, his lead character cannot return for a second installment, but Emily Blunt might be back as his widow. And there will be some (reported) new human cast members, Cillian Murphy and Brian Tyree, the latter of whom suggested that the sequel will (for better or worse?) explore the origins of the monsters who prey through their sense of sound. On Monday morning, Krasinski marked the official start of filming by tweeting a photo. #PartII pic.twitter.com/jnZiylihYT — John Krasinski (@johnkrasinski) July 15, 2019 Maybe Krasinski can come back and play the monsters again? Knowing that he’s back onscreen in any form might be a comfort to viewers, and isn’t it wild that we’re living in a world where two very funny men, John Krasinski and Jordan Peele, are working towards world domination of the horror genre? That might be a slight exaggeration, but they’ve both moved past the usual tropes and vaulted into the stratosphere with original stories that they’ve executed to chilling effect. Not bad for Jim from The Office and one half of a Comedy Central duo — they’ve both escaped their small-screen boxes and moved into bold new (and terrifying) frontiers. A Quiet Place 2 will arrive in theaters on May 15, 2020.'

Qualities of My Best Teachers

Trotting Thrive Global

As a start, they must be knowledgeable and passionate.
'I have been very grateful to have many great teachers in my life. They serve as my mentors during my developmental years. They also taught me many invaluable lessons, guided me to see the world a little differently and got me excited about the topics they wanted to share. Great teachers spread their infectious energy and help you to believe in an optimistic reality so you can continue to build upon it. When I look back to find out why I love these teachers so much, here are some common qualities they all share. They are immensely knowledgeable. Teachers must be knowledgeable. That’s a given. They must be able to simplify complicated concepts so that students can digest them, comprehend them and understand why these concepts are important. I remember my pharmacokinetics professor can often transform mind boggling concepts into the basics like ABCs. Great teachers can call on different tools to explain difficult concepts and make them fun. They are passionate in sharing their knowledge. Great teachers also need to be passionate. If they don’t have passion in sharing their knowledge, it would not go far to getting their students interested. You can tell by the way they speak, share their examples, share their experience. You can feel it in everything. Their passion must be infectious so that students also become excited in learning. They instill a sense of purpose. Great teachers also instill a sense of purpose in students. It is not enough to be knowledgeable and to be passionate about sharing their knowledge. Great teachers understand each student needs to find a purpose in learning so that they are also inspired to learn more. Great teachers clearly show their students the big WHY learning is important. They believe in their students. Another important quality of a great teacher is that they believe in their students. You got this! When it comes from the teacher, it really helps to boost the students’ confidence and self esteem. And this will help build a foundation for facing everything else in life. That doesn’t mean falsely saying things will be easy but with perseverance, the journey will be fruitful in a long run. Finally, the best quality is that the teacher believes you have the answer. Few years ago, my boss (also my mentor/teacher) noticed that I was struggling with how to handle my employees. Instead of giving me a simple solution, she just told me she believed in me and knew that I would handle the situation well. She actually didn’t give me any direction but gave me the confidence to follow my own instinct. She taught me the importance of listening to my own voice as it often guides me in difficult situations. Since then, I have learned to listen closely to my own voice, my instinct, my gut. Every single time, it has been able to give me important insight that no one else can. Everyone can be a teacher. But to be an impactful teacher, it calls for many qualities that may not always be present in each teacher I encounter. But when I have found one who possesses all of them and able to help me gain my knowledge, cultivate my skills and grow to be a better person, I am forever grateful to this master. And when it is my turn to give back, I do my best to be a great teacher to the next generation of students as well. Thank you to all the teachers whom I am grateful to have in my learning journey. Because of you, I am who I am today. And because of your efforts, I have developed a mindset to become an eternal learner in life and everything else.'