When Netflix Original movie "Bird Box" was released, it broke a Netflix record by having the most viewers in a week.
At the beginning of this year, the movie was once again heavily in the news after a controversial story surrounding the movie broke out.
It appeared that the movie was showing footage of the real-life disastrous Canada’s Lac-Mégantic train disaster of 2013, which killed nearly 50 people and destroyed around 30 buildings.
Now, Netflix has decided to remove the footage from the movie.
They released a statement to the BBC:
"We're sorry for any pain caused to the Lac-Mégantic community."
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