'Birdman' Ending Explained (2022)

Birdmanis the winner of the2015 Academy Award winner for Best Picture,Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Cinematography - and mayhave been an enormous hit with critics - but thanks to a limited release, it has taken awhile for casual moviegoers to catchthe film andform their own opinions. Emmanuel Lubezki's simulated one-take presentation should give viewers an appreciation forthe creativity and innovation that was required to produce Birdman; however, the film's bookishstoryline, mixed with magical realism, has left many cinephiles scratching their heads at what they did (or did not) see by the end.

At its core, Birdman tells the tale of aman's struggle to findinternal as well asexternal love and acceptance, as the film'scentral character, Riggan Thomson(Michael Keaton), channelshis regrets and frustrationsinto a stageadaptation of theRaymond Carver short story "What We Talk About When We Talk About Love." Still, directorAlejandro G. Iñárritu isn't simply focused on Riggan, and the filmmaker takes opportunities to explore what his characters talk about when they too talk about love - producing a rich and layered movie experience (one that also happens to contain some potentially head-scratching moments for casual viewers).

Given the film's open for interpretation ending, fanshave come up with a variety of theories that could provide a definitive explanationto Riggan's storyline. For that reason, we're here to help breakdown Iñárritu'suseof magical realism, as well as explain the real takeaway ofBirdman's open-endedfinale. Our discussion is going to be full of SPOILERSfor Birdman, soREAD NO FURTHER unless you’re all caught up. You have been warned.

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Birdman Ending Theories

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Fan Theory 1: Riggan Dies on Stage. The Rest is Just a Death Dream.

As mentioned,Iñárritu leaves Birdman open to audience interpretation and, like most great stories, there are multiple ways of interpreting the ending. One especially popular theory asserts that, in spite of what is shown in the closing moments of the film (specifically: the hospital bed reunion scene), Riggan does not survive hison-stagesuicide attempt.

In this scenario, Riggan dies from a self-inflicted gunshot wound but, before he passes, the actor experiences a happy ending hallucination - a death dreamwhere he has won the adoration of his fans, reconciled with his wife, been recognized as a success by hiscritics, and earned his daughter's respect. The theory brings full-circle thematic through-lineswhere, after proving he isworthy of esteem and love, Riggan isfinally able to silence Birdman's abusive voice. Riggan wasnot a Hollywood hack, he was adedicated performer - so dedicatedthat he was literally willing to die for his craft (creating "super-realism" in the process).

Knowing that he'll be remembered for his public suicide, Riggan isno longer tethered by his insecurities, able to transcend, and move on. Looking down at his adoring fans and the physical world, Riggan lifts his eyes to the sky, and leaves his life behind.

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Fan Theory 2: Riggan Survives the Gunshot Wound and Can Actually Fly

Another evaluationof the ending suggests that Riggan, for whatever reason, isn't just an actor who played a flying superhero, he's actually a superpowered being - capable of defying gravityand, presumably, physics (via telekinesis). In this interpretation, Riggan survives the self-inflicted gunshot wound and earns the adoration of everyone around him. Fundamentally, hedefies his critics: both his audience (in the film) and the audience (us as viewers) - who were skeptical that the actor was anything more than a washed-uphack losing his mind.

Within the film, Riggan proveshe's a gifted theater actor/writer/director - successfully developing aRaymond Carver adaptation andgoing the extra mile (self-mutilation) to sell the show on opening night.

Similarly, afterIñárritu teased the possibility that Riggan's superpowers are justin his head (by showing an angry cabbie chasing Riggan after hissecond act mid-town flying sequence),Samantha Thompson (Emma Stone) actually sees her father hoveringin the sky - proving that Riggan didn't just imagine his powers, he really can fly.

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Fan Theory 3: Riggan Survives the Gunshot Wound but AttemptsSuicide (Again)

The final theory blends elements of the priortwo - suggesting that the hospital scene is real but the end result is the same, Riggan successfully commits suicide. In this take, Riggan survives his on-stage gunshot wound (intentionally or unintentionally) and lives to see the fruit of his labor - he conquered his skeptics and earned the love of his family. However, he's still damaged (and possibly demented)goods - ultimatelyjumping out the hospital window to his death.

Whether Riggan is a victim of his crazedpsyche, after years of schizophrenic-like Birdman voices, or chooses to commit suicide to cement his legacy, it can be assumedthatthe actor falls to his death.Where Samantha is a crux to theory 2's argument, marking the first time that anyone outside of Riggan sees him fly, Samantha's reaction to the open window complicates the theory that her father hasfinallykilled himself.

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Nevertheless, Samantha's smiling face isn't unequivocalproof that Riggan is actually floating around safe in the sky either - especially if she happened to actually belooking at the meteor shown in Birdman's opening rather than her dad. Iñárritu's choice to hold back the hospital scene'scarnage, or lack thereof (his corpse belowor levitating body above), makes it clear that the filmmaker wanted the finale to be partly ambiguous.

Why? We'll get to that a bit further on. But first,Iñárritu's original draft of the Birdman script had a slightly more definitive ending - one that could offer hints at which theory is closest to the truth.

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Birdman: TheOriginalEnding

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Prior to Birdman's big night at the Academy Awards, Iñárritu was asked about the film's ending, revealing that it wasn't the original ending he had scripted:

It had a different ending but in the middle of shooting, I knew it was a piece of shit. I felt it and the film began to breathe by itself, and the characters began to grow. I went in and wrote it with Alexander [Dinelaris] and Nico [Giacobone], and I am so happy that I changed it. Now I feel very good about the ending. It feels very fair.

Iñárritu was reluctant to share the specifics of that ending ("I will never tell you. It would be so embarrassing. It was bad.") but, fortunately for viewers, co-writer Alex Dinelaris may havespilled the details.

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After shooting himself on-stage, Riggan was set toappear ona Charlie Rose-like show - following apositive reception to his play. Then, according to Dinelaris:

"...the camera prowled like it did the whole film, went back stage through the halls we’ve seen the whole time and we’d get to the dressing room where literally Johnny Depp would be sitting looking in the mirror and putting on his Riggan Thomson wig and then the poster of ‘Pirates of the Caribbean 5′ would be in the back. In Jack Sparrow’s voice [it would say], ‘What the fuckare we doing here, mate?’ It was going to be the satire of the endless loop of that.

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According toDinelaristhe ending had to be scrapped because the production team could not get Depp nor the rights for a mock Pirates of the Caribbean 5 poster. AssumingDinelaris is talking about the same "bad" ending thatIñárritu referenced, it's equally possible the filmmaker simplyre-worked the scriptfor a better finale before the crew went very far down the Depp cameo route.

Still, the old ending suggests that, at the very least, theory 1 (Riggan Dies on Stage. The Rest is Just a Death Dream) is less likely to bewhatIñárritu had in mind - since the original ending presentedconcrete closureon the thematic threads of self-determination and reinvention. If it was all Riggan's dream, the Depp cameo (and larger concept of talented actors crippled bysuccess inan iconic role), carries a bit less weight.

The same can be said for the film's actual ending: if Riggan's dies on stage, he's a victim, crushed under the weight of his detractors and proven wrong. No matter the quality of his actual play, he still dies before he can see the fruitof his work - and, instead of bringing thematic threads full circle, Riggan's story ends inabrupt tragedy.

However, by allowing Riggan to live, to bask in the limelight,Iñárritu positions the character (and the Birdman film) for a much more poignant message - and jumping off point for discussion.

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Birdman Ending Explained: What Really Matters

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Iñárrituhas been reluctant to share his interpretation of the ending and, instead, has actually championed open-ended debateoverBirdman's finale. Speaking to the Tampa Bay Times, the director made it clear: there is not one correct way to interpret the ending:

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"At the ending of the film, (it) can be interpreted as many ways as there are seats in the theater."

For that reason, any of the theories presented above could be true (as well as others that have not been mentioned). Just like Inception orLife of Pi (read our ending explanations forInception and Life of Pi), the takeawayisn't a matter of what happens - it's a matter of what it all means. Whether Riggan died on stage, on the pavement below the hospital, or flew off to act/write/direct another day, every ending comes back to a single thematic point: Riggansucceeds in earning the admirationof his fans and detractors as well as the love of his family.

To that end, the story in Birdman successfully parallels the story that served as Riggan's inspiration: "What We Talk About When We Talk About Love" (which you can read: HERE). Much like the characters in Raymond Carver's short, Riggan is an unhappy and imperfect man with mistakes in his past - desperate to make sense of his life (and the consequences of his failures).

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One of the most telling scenes in Iñárritu's film, that lays out Riggan'saspirations (and the challenges to thoseaspirations)occurs mid-way through the moviewhen Sam lambasts her father for his delusions of grandeur and self-importance:

Riggan: Listen to me. I'm trying to do something important.

Sam: This is not important.

Riggan: It's important to me! Alright? Maybe not to you, or your cynical friends whose only ambition is to go viral. But to me... To me... this is - God. This is my career, this is my chance to do some work that actually means something.

Sam: Means something to who? You had a career before the third comic book movie, before people began to forget who was inside the bird costume. You're doing a play based on a book that was written sixtyyears ago, for a thousand rich old white people whose only real concern is gonna be where they go to have their cake and coffee when it's over - and let's face it, Dad, it's not for the sake of art. It's because you want to feel relevant again. Well, there's a whole world out there where people fight to be relevant every day. And you act like it doesn't even exist! Things are happening in a place that you willfully ignore, a place that has already forgotten you. I mean, who are you? You hate bloggers. You make fun of Twitter. You don't even have a Facebook page. You're the one who doesn't exist. You're doing this because you're scared to death, like the rest of us, that you don't matter. And you know what? You're right. You don't. It's not important. You're not important. Get used to it.

Compare that conversation to theviewof love presented in "What We Talk About When We Talk About Love" by cardiologist Melivin R. McGinnis:

"There’d been this thing out on the Interstate. Drunk kid, teenager, plowed his dad’s pickup into this camper with this old couple in it. They were up in their mid-seventies, that couple. The kid–eighteen, nineteen, something–he was DOA. Taken the steering wheel through the sternum. The old couple, they were alive, you understand. I mean, just barely. But they had everything. Multiple fractures, internal injuries, hemorrhaging, contusions, lacerations, the works, and the each of them had themselves concussions. They were in a bad way, believe me. And, of course, their age was two strikes against them. I’d say she was worse off than he was. Ruptured spleen along with everything else. Both kneecaps broken. But they’d been wearing their seatbelts and, God knows, that’s what saved them for the time being.

They were in some shape, those oldsters. By the time I got down there, the kid was dead, as I said. He was off in a corner, laid out on a gurney. I took one look at the couple and told the ER nurse to get me a neurologist and an orthopedic man and a couple of surgeons down there right away [...] So we took the both of them up to the OR and worked like fuck on them for most of the night. They had these incredible reserves, those two. You see that once in awhile. So we did everything that could be done, and toward the morning we’re giving them a fifty-fifty chance, maybe less than that for her. So here they are, still alive the next morning. So, okay, we move them into the ICU, which is where they both kept plugging away at it for two weeks, hitting it better and better on all the scopes. So we transfer them out to their own room.

I dropped in to see each of them every day, sometimes twice a day if I was up doing other calls anyway. Casts and bandages, head to foot, the both of them. You know, you’ve seen it in the movies. Little eye-holes and nose-holes and mouth-holes. And she had to have her legs slung up on top of it. Well, the husband was very depressed for the longest while. Not about the accident, though. I mean, the accident was one thing, but it wasn’t everything. I’d get up to his mouth hole, you know, and he’d say no, it wasn’t the accident exactly but it was because he couldn’t see her through his eye-holes. He said that was what was making him feel so bad. Can you imagine? The man’s heart was breaking because he couldn’t turn his goddamn head and see his goddamn wife.

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I mean, it was killing the old fart just because he couldn’t look at the fucking woman.”

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Given his choice of subject matter (and the character he electsto play in his production), Riggan clearly aspiresto Mel's sanguineview of love - and the power it can carry. Early in the film, Riggan desperately clings to his time in the limelight as the true measure of his worth - nearly bankrupting his family in order to prove there's more to his life than Birdman.

For that reason, Riggan's ex-wife, Sylvia (Amy Ryan), even warns him that there's a difference between being loved and being admired:

Sylvia: You know, just because I didn't like that ridiculous comedy you did with Goldie Hawn did not mean I did not love you. That's what you always do. You confuse love for admiration.

Yet, as the film unfolds, Riggan begins to learnthathe's given the world more than just Birdman - and that a comic book character isn't the sole markof his time on Earth.

Whether he dies, lives, or flies, Riggan has learned(and in doing so, mirrored, the larger thought presented in "What We Talk About When We Talk About Love") that he can be and is loved. Riggan might have mistaken admiration for love in the past but he is loved - not by his fans (who admire him) but by his daughter (as well as his ex-wife).

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Riggan's greatest victory isn't that he proves a critic wrong or succeeds in his creative endeavors, it's that through his work on the play, he rebuilt his relationship with Sam - and helped her see him the way that he, earlier in the film, neededthe world to see him: something special, somebodythat still matters.

What he does after thatrealizationis up topersonal preference and interpretationbut, regardless, Riggan succeeds in transcending the man that said "I'm nothing. I'm not even here" to a father that, in the eyes of his daughter, cansoar into the sky.

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Birdmanruns 119minutes and is Rated R for language throughout, some sexual content and brief violence.

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FAQs

What really happened at the end of Birdman? ›

In the finale of the movie, as the pressure of his imposter-syndrome comes to a head, Riggan hears his Birdman ego say to him "let's end this on our own terms, with a grand gesture." So he decides to die by suicide on stage for his play. But his self-inflicted gunshot does not prove fatal, damaging his nose.

What was the meaning of Birdman? ›

1 : a person who deals with birds. 2 : a person who flies (as in an aircraft) Synonyms Example Sentences Learn More About birdman.

Is Birdman all one take? ›

Popular on Variety. On “Birdman,” director Alejandro Gonzales Innaritu and cinematographer Emmanuel “Chivo” Lubezki achieved something very unusual: A film that looks like one continuous shot. But of course, it's not really a single shot. Digital colorist Steve Scott shows Variety's Tim Gray how they did it.

What is the meaning of the unexpected virtue of ignorance? ›

The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance. (Everyone can have their own interpretation and this is not specifically with regard to the movie) So what exactly is it? Very simply put, it means that ignorance can be bliss because its virtues are always unexpected. With knowledge comes power and with power comes responsibility.

Did Birdman have powers? ›

In addition to the abilities he received from Ra, Birdman also possesses the power of flight, thanks to the giant wings which sprout from his back. It is possible Birdman is fireproof; being forced into an incinerator recharged rather than hurt him.

Is Birdman a vulture? ›

'Batman,' 'Birdman' and his new role as The Vulture complete a journey in which each part has built upon the previous one.

What is the plot of Birdman? ›

What's Birdman's net worth? ›

4. Bryan "Birdman" Williams ($125 million)

How old is Birdman? ›

What is the longest single-shot in a movie? ›

A one-shot cinema (also one-take film, single-take film, or continuous shot feature film) is a full-length movie filmed in one long take by a single camera, or manufactured to give the impression it was.
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Actual "one shot"
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TitleMacbeth
Length57 min. (longest shot)†
DirectorBéla Tarr
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How long was the longest shot in Birdman? ›

But his cinematographer, Emmanuel “Chivo” Lubezki, 50, who won an Oscar in March for Gravity, reveals to THR that the longest take in Birdman actually lasts about 15 minutes, and most are in the 10-minute range.

Why is Birdman one shot? ›

Birdman uses long takes to make the film seem as though it was filmed in one single long shot. This was done by filming long sequences and finding cut points that weren't jarring.

What is the moral of Birdman? ›

Therefore, the long version of BIRDMAN's moral premise could be stated this way: Hiding behind a mask of other's expectations, and avoiding vulnerability leads to fear (of self, of others, and of life) and if fate is favorable you'll become a celebrity with no talent.

Is Birdman a Marvel or DC? ›

Birdman is the name of several characters in superhero fiction. The first was a cartoon character from Hanna Barbera. All new versions of Marvel's Ani-Men group villainous had a member named Bird-Man.

Does Riggan actually have powers in Birdman? ›

Riggan's powers are a manifestation of his ego, both of which are remnants from his time as a superhero. He still has the chops to make it as a prime time actor, just like he still has his Birdman abilities.

Is Birdman a real superhero? ›

Harvey Raymond Randall Birdman is a fictional superhero/attorney at law who first appeared on the Hanna-Barbera show Birdman and the Galaxy Trio (1967–1968) as Ray Randall, Birdman, voiced by Keith Andes.

Why did Vulture keep Peter's secret? ›

"He [Vulture] gets a moment of redemption and he gets to protect Peter, even though Peter would never know," director Jon Watts told EW. "It's his way of saying thank you." Since Toomes knows Spider-Man is "just a kid" he may not see him as a big threat and could just be a one-off villain.

Why did Vulture become evil? ›

After Adrian retired, he learned that his partner sold the company, and created the Vulture alias to rob him, soon becoming a full-time criminal. After this, The Vulture became a full-time villain.

Why did The Vulture lead the way? ›

Answer: The vulture had suggested that the lion should eat the camel it had seen in the desert. As, neither the lion nor the fox, nor the leopard had ever seen a camel and besides, as the fox and leopard didn't want the vulture to appear wiser than them, they asked the vulture to lead as it was his idea.

Is Birdman based on Batman? ›

Michael Keaton's 1989 Batman role is remarkably similar to the Birdman plot and a metaphor to Michael Keaton's life.

How many cuts are there in Birdman? ›

Trivia (82) Because the movie was carefully rehearsed and shot in sequence, editing only took two weeks. There are only sixteen visible cuts in the entire film. Given the unusual style of filming long takes, Edward Norton and Michael Keaton kept a running tally of flubs made by the actors and actresses.

Is Birdman a one shot? ›

The decision to make the film appear as a single shot came from his realization that "we live our lives with no editing". By presenting the film as a continuous shot, he could "submerge the protagonist in an 'inescapable reality' and take the audience with him".

Who is the number 1 richest rapper? ›

Kanye West

Why is Birdman so rich? ›

Birdman is the co-founder of Cash Money Records, and also a founding member of Young Money Cash Money Billionaires, which is a combination of Cash Money and Young Money Entertainment, Lil Wayne's company.

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Jay Z Net Worth: $1.3 Billion

Jay-Z was the first rapper to cross the billion-dollar net worth mark, and he was the richest rapper in the world up until April 2020, when Kanye took the #1 spot. What is this? As of October 2022, Jay-Z's net worth is roughly $1.3 billion.

Does Birdman have a son? ›

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What is the longest uncut scene in a movie? ›

16 minutes and 30 seconds of unbroken film is a feat in any film, but Hunger stands out on our list because of the intimate nature of its extended take – throughout a quarter of an hour, Michael Fassbender's Bobby Sands and Liam Cunningham's Father Moran are sitting in a table, observed by Steve McQueen's unblinking ...

What is it called when a movie takes place in one room? ›

As a film genre I am a fan of films with people trapped in one room, I guess you could call them claustrophobic thrillers. A single set is a simple concept which calls for good acting... they might not be the best films ever but they make you 'think outside the box'. 161 titles.

What is the longest film in the world? ›

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Out 1 (Noli me tangere)775 min (12 hr, 55 min)1971
How Yukong Moved the Mountains763 min (12 hr, 43 min)1976
Evolution of a Filipino Family593 min (9 hr, 53 min)2004
Shoah566 min (9 hr, 26 min)1985
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What movie has the longest opening scene? ›

Currently, the movie with the longest pre-credits opening is The Longest Day. Based on Cornelius Ryan's 1959 book of the same name, the 1962 film is a war epic shot in black-and-white.

How many cuts were in 1917? ›

With Sam Mendes' epic war movie 1917 designed to resemble one unbroken shot, there are 34 camera cuts that are masked throughout the movie.

What film has the longest shot? ›

Stanley Kubrick's 'Eyes Wide Shut' holds the record for longest film shoot. According to Guinness World Records, the record for longest constant film shoot belongs to Eyes Wide Shut. The production took place over the course of 15 months, including a grueling 46 consecutive weeks.

How did they make Birdman look like one take? ›

Iñárritu and his brilliant cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki (Gravity, Children of Men) had created the illusion that it was all done in one continuous shot, shooting very long takes and digitally sewing together the transitions to hide each and every cut. This trick isn't without precedent.

How did they shoot Birdman? ›

The cameras used in Birdman included the Arri Alexa and, for the handheld and Steadicam shots, the Alexa plus. The Alexa M was used for some remote and extreme handheld work, using a custom-built backpack holding an external recorder, its batteries, and a wireless transmitter.

What was the first one shot movie? ›

Single-take films have a long history. In 1948 Alfred Hitchcock released Rope, his revolutionary crime-thriller that presented its narrative as one continuous take over the course of its eighty-minute runtime.

What is the plot of Birdman? ›

Is Birdman based on Birdman? ›

And at its center is a well-loved short story, published over thirty years ago but never adapted for the big screen. Birdman, co-written and directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu, is not actually an adaptation – it's an original work about an adaptation.

Why is Birdman one shot? ›

Birdman uses long takes to make the film seem as though it was filmed in one single long shot. This was done by filming long sequences and finding cut points that weren't jarring.

Is Birdman part of Marvel? ›

Birdman is the name of several characters in superhero fiction. The first was a cartoon character from Hanna Barbera. All new versions of Marvel's Ani-Men group villainous had a member named Bird-Man.

Is Birdman based on Batman? ›

Michael Keaton's 1989 Batman role is remarkably similar to the Birdman plot and a metaphor to Michael Keaton's life.

How many cuts are there in Birdman? ›

Trivia (82) Because the movie was carefully rehearsed and shot in sequence, editing only took two weeks. There are only sixteen visible cuts in the entire film. Given the unusual style of filming long takes, Edward Norton and Michael Keaton kept a running tally of flubs made by the actors and actresses.

What's Birdman's net worth? ›

4. Bryan "Birdman" Williams ($125 million)

Is Birdman a one shot? ›

The decision to make the film appear as a single shot came from his realization that "we live our lives with no editing". By presenting the film as a continuous shot, he could "submerge the protagonist in an 'inescapable reality' and take the audience with him".

Is Birdman worth watching? ›

Birdman is a worthy best picture winner, although I thought Whiplash from that same year was better. Definitely worth watching, that being said, as it's filled with great performance and is very well-directed. Leave this film for older teens and above though.

What book is the play in Birdman based on? ›

The new film, Birdman, directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu, centers around a theater adaptation of Raymond Carver's “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love.” Michael Keaton's character, Riggan Thomson, writes, stars in, and directs the play.

Did Birdman win best picture? ›

Birdman was the first film to win Best Picture without an editing nomination since Ordinary People (1980).

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