Published: Mon, June 18, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Disney issues seizure warning about 'Incredibles 2' for fans with epilepsy

Disney issues seizure warning about 'Incredibles 2' for fans with epilepsy

Incredibles 2 is also the third-biggest opening film of 2018 thus far, behind Black Panther (with $202 million) and Avengers: Infinity War ($258 million).

There has been some chatter today about the much anticipated Incredibles 2 movie causing some distress.

Disney and Pixar's "Incredibles 2" has broken the record for the best animated opening of all time and the biggest for a PG-rated film.

Incredibles 2 is also the 8th biggest opener in cinema's history.

It was the highest ever opening for an animated film in the USA and Canada, easily besting the $135 million debut of its Disney-Pixar stablemate, "Finding Dory" (2016). It follows the Parr family who must find a way to work together again to combat a new villain who hatches a brilliant and unsafe plot.

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Fourteen years after the original, the long-awaited sequel "Incredibles 2" proved to be a superhero at the box office, exceeding all expectations for a record-breaking $180-million opening weekend at the domestic box office. While Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell and Samuel L Jackson reprise their voice-acting roles, Huck Milner, Bob Odenkirk, Catherine Keener and Jonathan Banks join the cast.

The early reviews have also been fantastic, scoring a very healthy 94% on Rotten Tomatoes from the USA critics.

"The film shows the drawing power of the superhero genre, whether in the live action or animated realm", box office analyst Paul Dergarbedian says.

Coming in at second place this weekend is Warner Bros.' comedy Tag, starring Jon Hamm and Ed Helms, projected to rake in between $14 million and $15 million for its opening weekend. Directed by Gary Ross and starring Sandra Bullock among others, "Ocean's 8" follows a group of women, led by Debbie Ocean, who plan on robbing the Met Gala in NY.

Sony's "Superfly" remake has earned $5.865 million from 2,220 North American locations since its Wednesday premiere, including $1.87 million on Friday.

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