Netflix UK streams different Notebook ending and angers fans
Fans of the movie The Notebook agree that the ending of the Nicholas Sparks novel's screen adaptation is a real tear-jerker.
But Netflix UK showed a different version of a shot of birds flying over a lake. This scene is also in the original but it's shown in a different order from the original.
We would love it if you didn’t change the ending to The Notebook when it’s released on March 1st 🙄— Brianna Moeller (@MoellerBrianna) February 28, 2019
For starters, not the Notebook ending.— Tito's Thighs (@DeePunk15) February 28, 2019
I wouldn’t change the ending to “The Notebook.” To do so would be imbecilic.— Santos L. Halper (@Cromulentness) February 28, 2019
Things you should know…— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) February 27, 2019
– we did not edit the notebook
– an alternate version exists and was supplied to us
– we are getting to the bottom of it asap
– apparently some films have more than one ending?!
Also on What's Gone Viral, a video of a bicycle-riding lesson shows that in life things don't always go according to plan. Watch this hilarious video below.
This video of a bicycle-riding lesson on a rugby field is the perfect metaphor for everyday life in South Africa, where the goalposts are always shifting. Up volume for the catchphrase at the coda. pic.twitter.com/DPZmUR5irZ— Gus Silber (@gussilber) February 27, 2019
Listen below to the full What's Gone Viral with Khabazela:
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