Today in Pop Culture Conspiracy Theories: Is Netflix Manufacturing ‘Bird Box’ Memes?

/Film | 12/28/2018 | Chris Evangelista
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Today in Pop Culture Conspiracy Theories: Is Netflix Manufacturing ‘Bird Box’ Memes?

We come to you now with a very important story. Perhaps the most important story you will ever read. Since Bird Box dropped on Netflix December 21, the internet has been inundated with Bird Box memes. Lots of them. So many, in fact, that it’s starting to get suspicious. Now, a new conspiracy theory has surfaced suggesting Netflix is creating the memes themselves, in an effort to drum up more awareness for the Sandra Bullock film. Who knows how high his conspiracy goes!?

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Above, you’ll see just a small sample of the many Bird Box memes that have been flooding the web since the film hit Netflix on December 21. Memes cropping up after a film’s release is nothing new – Get Out, for example, spawned memes almost immediately. But something seems…off here. Is Bird Box really that popular? Sure, the film stars well-known actress Sandra Bullock, and it debuted right before the holiday weekend, giving more people time to watch it. And yet, at the same time, the popularity seems to be too strong, and sudden.

There’s a new theory floating around that might explain everything: the memes are being created by Netflix, using fake accounts. Before we go any further down this crazy rabbit hole, let’s just say there is no proof that this is true!...
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