Birdbox / IMDB.com

Birdbox / IMDB.com

In case you missed it, which we highly doubt you did anyway, the internet was blasted with anything Bird Box related since Netflix released it. Memes, teasers, and even spoilers were posted all over the web, and if you haven’t seen it yet (which, well, why haven’t you?), you might as well have. However, these tiny posts you see lack the dirt that we have for you.

Birdbox / IMDB.com

Birdbox / IMDB.com

The film is illustrated from a novel that was written by Josh Malerman of the same name and mostly has the same plot and storyline.

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The ending of the movie, no surprise here, was tweaked a little from that of the book. Not to put your hopes down, but not to spoil it either, so might as well just watch how the end goes.

Birdbox / IMDB.com

Birdbox / IMDB.com

Despite the no-show of the creatures in the movie, there was a deleted scene that showed what the creatures looked like. Yay or nay on this call?

Birdbox / IMDB.com

Birdbox / IMDB.com

Sandra Bullock was actually blindfolded when filming the scenes, although she had to cut a few layers of blindfold when they filmed running and active scenes.

Birdbox / IMDB.com

Birdbox / IMDB.com

Lastly, thanks to everyone’s promotion on the internet, the film had a record-breaking 45-million accounts streaming on the first week of its release.

Birdbox / IMDB.com

Birdbox / IMDB.com

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