Universal Reveals “A Quiet Place” Is Coming to Halloween Horror Nights 2024 — and It Incorporates ASL for the First Time

In September, fans can journey through the chilling world of the film franchise directed by John Krasinski at Universal’s Florida and California locations

A new terrifying haunted house is making its way to Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights this September!

On Thursday, June 6, Universal Studios revealed its frightening upcoming attraction will be inspired by A Quiet Place and A Quiet Place Part II.

Beginning Thursday, Sept. 7, through Sunday, Nov. 3, guests will get a taste of the “silent storytelling” of John Krasinski — who directed and starred in both films — at Universal Orlando Resort in Florida and Universal Studios Hollywood in California.

Fans can journey into the films' chilling post-apocalyptic world and try to escape being hunted by the extraterrestrial creatures that attack any noise they hear. The haunted house will also feature American Sign Language as it plays a key role for the main characters in both movies.

Related: A 'Stranger Things' Haunted House Is Coming to Universal's Halloween Horror Nights 2023

<p>Universal Studios</p> 'A Quiet Place' Halloween Horror Nights 2024

Universal Studios

'A Quiet Place' Halloween Horror Nights 2024

“Consequential to the storyline, Halloween Horror Nights will incorporate the use of American Sign Language (ASL) for the first time ever within the A Quiet Place haunted houses to capture the authenticity of the films,” according to the press release.

“Mirroring the silence in the films, the haunted houses will embrace unique sound design, special effects and the adept performances of the scareactors to convey the ominous sense of dread depicted in the films,” the release continues.

Related: Universal Announces a 'The Last of Us' Haunted House is Coming to Halloween Horror Nights This Year

Emily Blunt in 'A Quiet Place'
Emily Blunt in 'A Quiet Place'

Through the attraction, fans will get to move through some of the most nail-biting scenes and settings from the original 2018 film and the 2021 sequel.

Guests can “travel through the farmhouse that serves as the Abbott family’s shelter” and explore the root cellar where Evelyn Abbott (played by Emily Blunt) gives birth as one of the creatures has her cornered.

“The snarls of the larger-than-life predators will follow guests at every spine-chilling turn, and guests must remember: if they hear you, they will hunt you,” the release teases.

Related: Halloween Horror Nights 2023: Check Out All the Haunted Houses, Ranked from Least to Most Scary

<p>Paramount Pictures</p> John Krasinski and Emily Blunt in 'A Quiet Place'

Paramount Pictures

John Krasinski and Emily Blunt in 'A Quiet Place'

Universal’s announcement comes shortly before the premiere of the film franchise’s prequel, A Quiet Place: Day One (in theaters June 28), which takes place on the very first day the creatures arrived on Earth and unleashed absolute chaos in New York City.

Lupita Nyong'o, Joseph Quinn, Alex Wolff, Djimon Hounsou and Denis O'Hare are among some of the big names starring in the highly-anticipated film.

Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. 

In the past, Halloween Horror Nights has drawn inspiration from other beloved film and TV shows — including Stranger Things, The Last of Us and even one based on musical superstar The Weeknd.

To learn more about Halloween Horror Nights and experience the A Quiet Place haunted house in September, visit halloweenhorrornights.com.

For more People news, make sure to sign up for our newsletter!

Read the original article on People.