"Bird Box" took the world by storm over the holidays, becoming one of Netflix's most popular original content to date.
Well, if you've seen the film, then you're familiar with the beautiful home that sheltered many of the survivors in the movie.
The "Bird Box-Home" is becoming a new tourist attraction in the city of Monrovia, California.
Fans of Netflix’s “Bird Box” have been flocking to the home featured in the film. The unnamed owner of the property reported to TMZ that a “handful” of visitors have visited it every day since the film was released on Dec. 13 for their very own photo-ops.
People are posting their photos on social media, many showing up with blindfolds. Hilarious, right? Check out some of the photos below:
Without giving away too much, "Bird Box" is a post-apocalyptic film in which people need to wear blindfolds to prevent them from seeing some kind of demon spirit roaming the earth, which if you do see them, causes you to kill yourself.
The owner of the house told TMZ that "the frequent tourists haven’t become a bother just yet." The “Bird Box” fans that have reportedly dropped by so far have been “very polite,” with some even knocking on the door to request permission to take pictures (TMZ).
According to the TMZ report, the owner claims she was paid $12,000 for the exterior shots of her home to be featured in the movie!
Will you be checking out the house? Let us know in the comments!