Movie Theaters Issue Warning For Incredibles 2
The Incredibles 2 movie recently broke box office records after it had the most successful opening weekend for any animated film. But the movie’s flashing lights raised concerns with some moviegoers.
People going to see the Incredibles 2 movie, which earned a whopping $180 million at the domestic box office, might have noticed some warning signs at the theaters.
Photosensitive epilepsy warning in the wild! (We were seeing something different today, but hope to take the boy to incredibles 2 for his first theater movie soon) pic.twitter.com/mg1a7xoSyh
— Kristin Supe (@KristinSupe) June 16, 2018
Fans took to Twitter over the weekend to warn that the movie could potentially trigger epileptic seizures, migraines, and other symptoms for certain viewers.
On Friday, June 15, Disney asked theaters showing Incredibles 2 to notify patrons of the potential problem, and several of these warning signs were posted to Twitter.
The warnings said that certain scenes in the movie contain flashing or strobe lights that could be a safety issue.