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Unseen ‘Bird Box’ Monster Finally Revealed But People Are Not Impressed

It seems the fear of the unknown is much scarier than this.


It was almost impossible to be online the past few weeks without hearing of “Bird Box,” the new Netflix film that quickly turned into a viral sensation. But it can be argued that despite its near-instant popularity and reported record-breaking numbers, “Bird Box” left its viewers with a lot more questions than answers.

The smash hit horror stars Oscar winner Sandra Bullock, who portrayed Malorie. Her character and fellow humans discovered that blindfolding themselves was the only way to survive. Just like the characters in “Bird Box,” viewers also couldn’t see the monster or evil entity that led others to commit sui cide. What people didn’t know that there really was a monster, but a last-minute decision binned the.

While the creature was cut from the final version of “Bird Box,” special effects artists actually created a mask for an actor to wear during the filmed sequence.

Howard Berger, the film’s special effects makeup creator, shared an image of the creature on Instagram.

He said:

“It’s always a bit disappointing when so much effort goes into something that ends up in the cutting room floor. ‘But I get it, and it’s always what is best for the final product.”

The post is now deleted, but it has since been re-uploaded by other netizens.

But judging by the reaction online, it seems that cutting the creature out proved to be a wise decision.

Since seeing what the monsters would have looked like to Sandra Bullock’s character, many viewers have mocked the prosthetics.

Some of the comments read:

“They actually look like giant babies.”

“Would have turned the whole movie into a comedy.”

“I’m glad they never put that in it, it’s not scary what so ever. Would have ruined it.”

Many believed that the idea of an invisible monster was always going to be more terrifying.


25 of the Most Highly Anticipated Movies of 2019

Grab your popcorns, everyone. 2019 is gonna be WILD!

If you're a movie fan, we bet you know this one thing: 2019 is going to be a wild ride! From sequels of favorite franchises, to live action adaptations and modern updates of animated classics, this year is promising to be a great time to gather in the cinemas with your buddies.

There are so many good ones coming out within the year and we've tried to narrow down our picks to at least 25. Check out our list and tell us which of these films you are eager to see!

#1. Glass (January 18)

The follow up to Unbreakable and Split, director M. Night Shyamalan is back to surprise audiences with Glass. The comic book-inspired flick stars Bruce Willis as an indestructible superhero with Samuel L. Jackson as his easily-hurt nemesis.

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Young Netflixers Have No Idea Who Sandra Bullock Is, Calls Her ’The Lady From Bird Box’

“Kids are calling Sandra Bullock ‘that lady from Bird Box’… you damn uncultured swines I swear,” one fan wrote.

Netflix's new psychological thriller “Bird Box” has become the latest internet obsession. The popular streaming service’s original film stars Oscar winner Sandra Bullock. But for young Netflix viewers, she’s “that lady from the ‘Bird Box.’”

Since before Christmas, “Bird Box” has been a trending topic on Twitter. However, the conversation has since shifted from the movie’s chilling plot to one fan’s inability to give Bullock the proper recognition she deserves.

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Studio Ghibli Theme Park To Open In 2022, Hayao Miyazaki Inspired Concept Art Revealed

Ghibli Park is currently being constructed in Nagoya, Japan!

Hayao Miyazaki fans are in for a treat. A Studio Ghibli theme park is expected to open in 2022. Not surprisingly, the concept art for the highly anticipated park will take your breath away.

The theme park was originally set to open in Nagoya, Japan in 2020. However, Ghibli Park has been given a later opening date in 2022. In the meantime, structures are being built at the Expo 2005 Aichi Commemorative Park in Nagakute City. While we wait, Aichi Prefecture revealed some of the breathtaking concept art for the Studio Ghibli theme park.

The concept art stays true to Miyazaki's distinct color palette.

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