The pair will appear together in the supernatural thriller "A Quiet Place", which Krasinski will write and direct. In addition to The Hollars, Krasinski previously directed the 2009 David Foster Wallace-inspired Brief Conversations with Hideous Men, as well as three episodes of The Office, the NBC comedy he starred in for almost a decade.
It's now been greenlit with Michael Bay's Platinum Dunes company producing the film which is slated to start production in the fall.
Scott Beck and Bryan Woods wrote the original script for A Quiet Place, with Krasinski rewriting. Krasinski had expressed interest in doing a film in the vein of The Purge and Ouija while working with Platinum Dunes on the new Amazon series Jack Ryan.
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The couple have been together since 2008 and married in 2010, before they welcomed their daughters Hazel and Violet in 2014 and 2016 respectively.
They are also both voicing characters in Animal Crackers, which is released on September 15.
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.
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This will be Krasinski's first directing gig for a major studio after helming he critically acclaimed indie The Hollars past year and his mockumentary, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men, based on the collection of short stories by David Foster Wallace of the same name, in 2009.
The actress, 34, is now filming Mary Poppins Returns for Disney.
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