Ellen Is a Noisy Nuisance to John Krasinski and Emily Blunt in 'A Quiet Place' Parody
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Ellen DeGeneres inserts herself into "A Quiet Place," and it doesn't go so well for her friends.

Ellen DeGeneres thinks "A Quiet Place" could’ve been an even bigger hit at the box office if they had done one thing -- kept her in it.

The talk show host parodied the horror movie co-starring her friends John Krasinski and Emily Blunt on Friday by debuting footage she was "cut out" from.

"I wasn’t going to bring this up because I’m happy for John and Emily. They’re friends of mine and it’s a big hit and I’m happy for them," Ellen said. "It could’ve been a bigger hit. I was originally in it and once again I was cut out of it. And this is what you didn’t get to see."

Much like how the comedian inserted herself into an episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," she had her team do the same with footage from the blockbuster horror movie about a family trying to evade a species of blind monsters that hunt through sound.

Since the main obstacle the family faces in the film is keeping quiet, of course Ellen arrives with a juice blender and an air horn.

"John, don’t run so loud," Ellen warns her friend as he charges to shut her up.

See how it all ends in the video above.

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