When Netflix releases "Bird Boxing" – starring Sandra Bullock – in December, the horror movie set to become a new record for the streaming giant, becoming the most-watched movie within the first seven days of its release. Now, the 54-year-old actress is revealing the sweet reason why she signed on to the flick.
Laila, 7, and son Louis, 9 – as to why she did the movie.
"I made 'Bird Box' because of my children asked me why I never made anything for them," Bullock shared. "So when 'Bird Box' crossed my path, I knew this was a story."
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And when I finished the movie, I went to my baby's and I said, 'Here, mommy made this for you. "And even though you can not see it until you're 21 – because apparently, a movie about being a mommy is a horror movie – you will know when you see it that there is not anything that I would not do for you, "she continued.
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Added Bullock: "I just wanted to see you look like a family, sometimes you need to find it, sometimes it takes you – but no matter how it comes together, that when it does "What's the matter with you?"
"Last thought at night."
"I'm putting on this earth to protect you." "You're my world." I love you so much, "she gushed. "I want to make sure you're safe."
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Bullock concluded her speech by saying she was happy with her voice in the room with "real life superheroes" like Wonder Woman – played by Gal Gadot who presented her with the Golden Popcorn trophy and Captain Marvel – played by Brie Larson who won the best fight award.
"I'm sure he'll say they're women, just like his mom," she said.
One week after its December 21 debut, "Bird Box" was viewed by over 45 million accounts, making it Netflix's most-watched movie within the first seven days of its release, according to the streaming giant. The movie flooded social media with memoranda and inspired a viral social media challenge.
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At the time, Netflix went on Twitter to announce the news about "Bird Box's" success.
Netflix accounts have already watched 'Bird Box' – Best first 7 days ever for a Netflix movie! " the company wrote alongside a GIF of Bullock, who stars as Malorie in the movie.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.