Theaters to Issue Strobe Light Warning for 'Incredibles 2'
Moviegoers seeing Incredibles 2 will now be warned about the flashing lights used in the film and their potentially triggering effect.
After a blogger and Twitter user, Veronica Lewis, posted a warning about the strobe/flashing lights used in Disney and Pixar's animated sequel, movie theaters will be warning ticketholders about lighting effects that might impact those who are photosensitive, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
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"One of these scenes lasts over 90 seconds with continuous strobe light, other scenes last anywhere from 5-30 seconds," wrote Lewis in a series of tweets aimed to warn anyone with epilepsy, migraines or chronic illness who planned to see the film.
Lewis' spoiler-free thread gained momentum on Saturday, ultimately catching Disney's attention. The animated sequel is in the midst of flying to a record-shattering $175 million-plus domestic launch.
See Lewis' warning, below.
HEALTH ALERT I haven’t seen this mentioned in a lot of places, but the new Incredibles 2 movie (#incredibles2) is filled with tons of strobe/flashing lights that can cause issues for people with epilepsy, migraines, and chronic illness. This thread is spoiler free
— Veronica Lewis (@veron4ica) June 15, 2018
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