Bird Box became a bonafide sensation when it debuted on Netflix late last year, which means it's about time for the film to get the CinemaSins treatment.
"The movie is slightly more positive [than the original book]," director Susanne Bier explained in a previous interview. "The movie is, in many aspects, different from the book, but it’s also very rooted in the book. The book also has a kind of positive ending and I would not have wanted to do an apocalyptic movie that didn’t have a hopeful ending. In a way, pretty much everything I’ve done has had some sort of a hopeful ending. I’m not particularly interested
"And so for me it was key and, and part of what made me interested in
As it turns out, one possibly "sin-worthy" moment of the film - which would have put Bullock's Malorie face-to-face with the film's mysterious monster - didn't make it into the final cut.
“It was a green man with a horrific baby face,” Bullock explained in another interview. “It was snake-like, and I was like, ‘I don’t want to see it when it first happens. Just bring it into the room. We’ll shoot the scene.’ I turn and he’s like this [growling at me.] It’s making me laugh. It was just a long fat baby.”
“It so easily becomes
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Bird Box is currently available to stream on Netflix.