Emily Blunt and John Krasinski are bringing their love to the big screen!
The couple will headline "A Quiet Place", a thriller that Krasinski plans to write and direct. Filming starts in the fall, according to Variety. He also directed a number of episodes of The Office, on which he played Jim Halpert.
A Quiet Place will mark the first time the couple have starred together in a feature film, and he reacted to the news in an admirable fashion on his Twitter page on Wednesday. Michael Bay will serve as producer along with Andrew Form and Brad Fuller.
Krasinski previously directed critically acclaimed indie film "The Hollars" previous year and "Brief Interviews With Hideous Men" in 2009. Krasinski will also rewrite the script from writer and director duo Scott Beck and Bryan Woods.
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Krasinski has experience working with Bay and Platinum Dunes after last starring in Bay's 2016 drama 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi.
They are also both voicing characters in Animal Crackers, which is released on September 15. The group is also hard at work on the upcoming Amazon series Jack Ryan, which stars Krasinski as the iconic, titular Central Intelligence Agency agent and has Platinum Dunes producing.
In addition to Jack Ryan, Krasinski will next appear in Kathryn Bigelow's untitled Detroit Riots movie.
Blunt is now working on Disney's Mary Poppins Returns, which began production in London earlier this month, playing the eponymous magical nanny.