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At the New York screening of the new horror "Bird Box," Star Sandra Bullock explains how she and the children's actors spent most of their time blindfolded. (18th of december)
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] The Netflix's "Bird Box" set the internet on fire last week, evoking endless memes and priceless responses from many viewers – including celebrities.

Sandra Bullock plays Malorie in the post-apocalyptic thriller, a twofold mother who brings a brutal journey by boat to safety while blindfolded avoids a supernatural force that makes people kill themselves.

Chrissy Teigen decided to catch her holiday break from social media to see what all the hype was. Despite her predilection for horror movies, the model admitted that "Bird Box" had "upset" her .

"I took a little holiday break for the family time, but I just looked at the birdcage and my whole heart hurts, I need company, no one is there," she tweeted on Wednesday.

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Teigen said she could refer to Malorie, who was traveling with two children, boys and girls.

"My hands are shaking while typing," she continued. "Just thinking about my little toons or miles in the forest makes me so sad." (Dough shares two children with John Legend – daughter Luna, 2, and son Miles, 7 months.)

Missy Elliott was less focused on the invisible, murderous creatures and more on Tom (played by Trevante Rhodes), a survivor and Malorie's love interest she and the children protect.

"Tom was so good in the #Birdbox movie," Elliott tweeted on Christmas day. "He was so crazy after all these years that he still had a clean haircut, including an emoji with a heart eye."

Actress Holly Robinson Peete agreed, adding that the Birds are the "real MVPs" of the movie: "The only thing more resilient than Tom's hairline was the birds in this little McNuggets box. They survived the freezer AND a capsize. "

Rapper Machine Gun Kelly, who starred in "Bird Box" as Felix, shared his interpretation of the meaning of Films.

"When I read the script, I think Birdbox was a metaphor for what's going on in the real world. And that's really it, "he tweeted on Thursday," do not take off your blindfold and become like us all ugliness around us. It will kill you. Concentrate on your own (explicit). "

Author Stephen King, who is called the" King "of Horror" After writing numerous classics, including "It," "Carrie," and "The Shining," he said he was "absolutely thrilled". He encouraged the fans to watch despite "lukewarm reviews." I was absolutely thrilled with BIRD BOX (Netflix). Do not believe the lukewarm reviews caused in part by reviewers' ambivalence on the streaming platform, unlike theatrical releases.

– Stephen King (@StephenKing) December 20, 2018