Netflix tweets 'Bird Box Challenge' warning: Do not hurt yourselves

Netflix tweets 'Bird Box Challenge' warning: Do not hurt yourselves

Netflix tweets 'Bird Box Challenge' warning: Do not hurt yourselves

It's a toss up whether you loved Netflix's latest thriller Bird Box, but the internet can admit that the memes the movie inspired were spot on.

Netflix has urged viewers of the recent blockbuster hit "Bird Box" not to blindfold themselves as part of an emerging online challenge.

Have a squiz at #BirdBoxChallenge on Twitter and see how seriously deluded some people are.

Netflix is now realising that the real unforeseen monsters of Bird Box are the thousands of risky memes that are being created around the world.

As you'd expect, wearing a blindfold while walking down the street or through the woods can be problematic.

The film was released on the streaming service just shy of two weeks ago but has already broken records - and possibly bones - with fans keen to imitate the blindfolded cast members.

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Bird Box proved to be one of the most popular movies of 2018 and it was certainly one of the most talked about.

Now, "Bird Box" buffs are attempting something called the #BirdBoxChallenge, where participants try to do things blindfolded like Bullock's character in the film (as well as the boy and girl she travels with).

And a bunch of other people took recreating the movie to an extreme.

Sandra Bullock must learn how to be a mother in Bird Box.

Since its December 21 debut, "Bird Box" has been viewed by over 45 million accounts, making it Netflix's most-watched film within the first seven days of its release, according to the streaming giant.

Is it possible for something to go viral and not spawn an idiotic challenge? Check out how some people have attempted the Bird Box Challenge.

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