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Sandra Bullock says “Bird Box” shows a new form of “Warrior” Mother

"I think it finally shows mothers and what they can and what they are," told Bullock The Hollywood Reporter at a special screening of the movie Monday in New York. Trapped in a world caught by a mysterious force, Sandra Bullock plays himself as an unconventional new mom in Netflix Bird Box directed by Susanne Bier ( A Better World The Night Manager ). Bullock plays Malorie, a rough woman who is forced to protect her children in a post-apocalyptic world &#821 1; a role actress gives a new type of parenting on the screen. "I think it finally shows mothers and what they can and what they are," Bullock told The Hollywood Reporter at the film's New York screening on Monday "Not how we portrayed them in stories and movies until this time. " When Malorie is on a difficult journey in search of a sanctuary, the film, based on a novel by Josh Malerman, jumps back and forth in time to show the first days of the chaos that decimates the world population. When a mysterious force causes massacre worldwide, Malorie comes to an unlikely group of survivors, played by John Malkovich, Danielle Macdonald, Trevant Rhodes, Lil Rel Howery, Jacki Weaver, BD Wong, Rosa Salazar and Colson Baker. The cast also includes Sarah Paulson and Tom Hollander. Bier said she first came across the script, written by Eric Heisserer seven years ago, but it was not until one and a half years since she took an interest in…

“I think it finally shows mothers and what they can and what they are,” told Bullock The Hollywood Reporter at a special screening of the movie Monday in New York.

Trapped in a world caught by a mysterious force, Sandra Bullock plays himself as an unconventional new mom in Netflix Bird Box directed by Susanne Bier ( A Better World The Night Manager ).

Bullock plays Malorie, a rough woman who is forced to protect her children in a post-apocalyptic world &#821

1; a role actress gives a new type of parenting on the screen.

“I think it finally shows mothers and what they can and what they are,” Bullock told The Hollywood Reporter at the film’s New York screening on Monday “Not how we portrayed them in stories and movies until this time. “

When Malorie is on a difficult journey in search of a sanctuary, the film, based on a novel by Josh Malerman, jumps back and forth in time to show the first days of the chaos that decimates the world population.

When a mysterious force causes massacre worldwide, Malorie comes to an unlikely group of survivors, played by John Malkovich, Danielle Macdonald, Trevant Rhodes, Lil Rel Howery, Jacki Weaver, BD Wong, Rosa Salazar and Colson Baker. The cast also includes Sarah Paulson and Tom Hollander.

Bier said she first came across the script, written by Eric Heisserer seven years ago, but it was not until one and a half years since she took an interest in Malore’s history

The Oscar winning director said a lot of what fascinated her about the role was Malor’s unconventional heroic nature.

“It’s really a very complicated, unconventional contemporary female hero,” told Bier The Hollywood Reporter . “I think many women will relate to it.”

Macdonald, who plays a young pregnant survivor, said the movie is finally about the importance of the family.

“It was just the love of this unborn child. I understand love, so it was just about having it for this, as you do not even know yet,” said Macdonald, who also recorded Netflix’s Dumplin released earlier this month. 19659006] Bullock said her main characters reflect mothers around the world, many of whom risk their lives every day to ensure their children’s safety.

“If we really look outside our country or if you’re just looking into another neighborhood, you’ll see warriors who are women who have to fight for their children’s lives, protect their children,” said Bullock, who also worked as an executive producer in the picture. “I just do not think we’ve portrayed women for the strengths they’re right on the screen yet.”

Bird Box is set to bend December 21 on Netflix.

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