Bird Box is Bier’s first full foray into the genres of horror and sci-fi, and Den of Geek had the chance to speak to the director about that, working in the cable and streaming worlds and more during a recent press day for the film in Los Angeles. That’s why it’s important and that’s why it’s so exhilarating watching those movies because you touch upon this fear and you allow yourself to imagine what you would be and what you would do in that situation. You know, the interesting thing about actors is that they want to do a movie which has a director’s point of view. You’ve been doing a lot of work on TV and for streaming outlets, and there seems to be a lot of freedom right now for filmmakers to work in these spaces, and the lines are blurring between movies and TV. Would you agree with that? I would completely agree with that. Do you have sort of like a bucket list of different types of films you would like to make? Would you be interested if you were offered a James Bond movie or a superhero movie? Yeah, I would be interested depending on what it was and where I was. As of now, I’ve done the movies I was really interested in. I’ve always gone for a movie or a project that I was fascinated by.

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