Fans swarmed theaters this past weekend to see a long-awaited sequel to the 2004 Oscar-winning film, The Incredibles. However, the film contained an unforeseen danger.

A Disturbing Scene

The Walt Disney Company released a warning about a scene in the sequel that could trigger some uncomfortableness to some audience members. The scene involved an animated sequence that focused on the Screenslaver, one of Incredibles 2's villains. During the segment, bright lights flashed across the screen.

The critical scene played an essential part of the film, but several audience members began having seizures. Movie watchers who had epilepsy were not the only audience members that had a hard time with that part of the film. Several media outlets reported that people experienced migraines or had chronic illnesses reacted severely to the portion of The Incredibles sequel.

An Official Warning

Following complaints that were spread on social media, the entertainment company wrote to film distributors to issue a warning regarding the controversial scene. The official notice warned customers about Incredibles 2's talked-about scene and added that it could affect people who suffer from light-sensitive issues. Meanwhile, the Epilepsy Foundation applauded the theatres' quick turnaround time regarding posting warnings about the possible concerns people dealing with the disorder.

"(We) appreciate the efforts some theaters have already made to post warning signs for people waiting to see the movie," said a spokesperson through a statement to USA Today.

Disney News

The Walt Disney Company sent Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige to CineEurope to tease moviegoers and the press about three upcoming films. He briefly mentioned Avengers 4 and jokingly apologized for killing off half of the team at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. Feige also gave convention participants exclusive access to Ant-Man and the Wasp.  He also shared that Captain Marvel's title heroine (Brie Larson) will be an essential role during the Marvel Cinematic Universe's fabled Phase Four.

Video game developer Square Enix officially revealed that Kingdom Hearts III would be available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on Jan. 29, 2019. The game is expected to follow Sora, Donald Duck, and Goofy as they journey into various Disney worlds to stop Xehanort from unleashing another Keyblade War. Kingdom Hearts III is expected to feature an all-star group of characters such as Frozen's Princess Elsa and Olaf, Tangled's Rapunzel, and Toy Story's Woody and Buzz Lightyear.

At the CinemaCon press conference, Disney teased three of their upcoming live-action adaptions. Fans saw a behind the scenes featurette that starred Aladdin's Mena Massoud as he recreated the 1992 famous chase scene where the titular character avoid the Sultan's palace guards. They also got their first look at Tim Burton's Dumbo and Jon Favreau's The Lion King.

Tech Times reached out to The Walt Disney Company for a comment on this story.

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