The 2018 American post-apocalyptic horror movie Bird Box, directed by Susanne Bier and based on Josh Malerman’s 2014 novel of the same name, is set in a world where technology has rendered humanity’s senses useless. Eric Heisserer wrote the script and Susanne Bier directed.
People all around the world agree: the film was superb. The wonderful news that production on Bird Box 2 has been greenlit is well known. When an unknown force wipes out a city’s population, only one thing is certain: looking directly at it will result in your death.
The remaining humans have to keep their distance from a monster straight out of their worst fears. A mother and her children, who remain nameless, embark on a dangerous journey through the woods and along a river in search of safety, hoping to find a fresh start.
They’ll have to hide their eyes from the evil that’s following them by blindfolding themselves. The movie’s characters go through a lot of peril and hardship throughout.
What about a Bird Box sequel?
A sequel to Netflix’s critically acclaimed horror film Bird Box is in production. According to an interview with Inverse, Malerman not only discussed Malorie, but also stated that Netflix is developing a sequel to Bird Box.
It’s still in the works, but I can’t say much more than that,” he said. This secrecy can feel a little off-putting at times, but I’m game. The film begins and concludes at the same blind school in Malorie, the writer notes. Then it increases somewhat after a few more years, and then it really takes off after 10 more.
Synopsis of Bird Box 2
Moviegoers were left in the dark about the identity of the creature, as we all know the film’s ending. The second instalment of the Malorie series will continue the story from where it was left off in the first film.
They send Malorie and the kids down the river in a boat, blindfolded, with the birds as a warning against the entities. The boat swirls wildly in the rapids, but the two passengers eventually locate one other.
Malorie trips down a hill, and the ghosts try to use her voice to get the kids to take off their masks. Malorie comes to while the kids are searching for her and gives them her whereabouts.
It doesn’t take long for them to reach the village, which was formerly a school for the visually impaired. Malorie lets the birds go and declares herself the mother by giving her kids the names Tom and Olympia.
Malorie, Tom, and Olympia will have to wear blindfolds again in the future sequel. To contend with an invisible foe.
In the next instalment, Malorie will presumably encounter other survivors, and we’ll find out more about the monster. There has been no official announcement of the film’s release date, but Malerman’s statements confirm there will be a sequel.
Netflix currently has Bird Box in its library. In addition, if you’re interested in learning more about the follow-up, stick around. We will let you know the exact release date as soon as we hear anything.