Bird Box lift for Netflix

Bird Box lift for Netflix

Bird Box lift for Netflix

If in the latter you could not make any sounds, for fear of drawing monsters to your location, in Bird Box you're not allowed to open your eyes while you're out of your house.

Finally, it is the movie Netflix said Friday had been watched by about 45 million accounts since its December 21 debut - the best first seven days for a film released on the platform. "I'm fairly sure Bird Box is a phenomenon of some sort, but without verifiable data or comparative data for context, a Netflix-affiliated Twitter feed coming down from on-high with suspiciously specific (and yet entirely vague) data is the epitome of nonsense", he tweeted. Given that Netflix self-reports its view metrics and has been tight lipped about them in the past, it will be interesting to compare this to future films on the service going forward.

As Business Insider pointed out, it doesn't necessarily mean all those accounts wound up finishing Bird Box.

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Many have criticized Netflix's transparency on this information. It could be a great deal more than 45 million. It's also unclear - though presumable - that the number reflects accounts that have accessed the film globally.

Tensions between Hollywood (both TV and film) and Netflix have only increased since the streaming giant became a major player following the "House of Cards" release. Netflix planned to launch 80 original films in 2018 heading into the year, after releasing just eight films the year before. From the comfort of a Netflix household, the time and financial investments are far less.

"Television is thriving with quality and heart", he said. "I'll still make The Post and ask an audience to please go out to theaters and see The Post and not make it for Netflix".

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