Bird Box is an American Horror Movie and It is directed and written by Susanne Bier from a screenplay Eric Heisserer and It is fully based on the 2014 Novel by Josh Malerman and the Bird Box has been an amazing hit for Netflix platform over the 2018 festive season, delivering a record-breaking first 7 Days and It’s been a huge success that fans and audience are hoping Netflix Original Movies like To All the Boys I have Loved Before and Will Smith’s Bright and more than 45 million different Netflix accounts watched it in the first week.
Bird Box started making in October 2017 and released at FI Fest on November 12, 2018, before hitting Netflix on December 21, 2018, and a second part coming soon we could see it in mid-2020 So, It could be that we are looking more at December 2020.
Basically, the movie takes place in multiple time periods Malorie travels down a river with 2 children aptly named Boy and Girl, but flashbacks show us what occurred immediately after the monsters arrived and We have no official confirmation from Netflix about a second on-screen adaption.
It’s likely the streaming site will convert the new book into a post-apocalyptic thriller and one of the cast members, Rosa Salzar has also made a statement that she is looking forward to the release of the sequel and while you may take this with again of salt and where there’s smoke and there’s fire.
Malerman also discussed the Inspiration behind and concentrate on the sequel and In the time between Bird Box coming out and the time since, and I have been writing Malorie, I have been asked a ton of times people want to know what happened with Boy and Girl and the huge amazing success on Netflix has given enough motivation to the author Josh Malerman to write a sequel.