Following the recent Texas school tragedy, Disney + added a warning to the first episode Obi-Van Kenobi The opening scene of the Star Wars series confuses some viewers. “Although this fictional series is a continuation of the storyline of the Star Wars movies recorded many years ago, a note in the” Details “section of the show warns that” certain scenes may confuse viewers in light of recent tragic events. ” The Hollywood Reporter reported.
However, the notification does not appear in the “Details” section of all Disney + accounts for display. It will not appear on the screen even before the episode starts.
After the premiere of the first two episodes Obi-Van Kenobi The message was added at some point on Friday, on the West Coast on Thursday night and on the east coast at midnight on Friday.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, viewers of the show, led by Evan McGregor, will be transported today, with a scene similar to Order 66, almost abolishing the Jedi from ten years ago. The scene begins with a group of Force-sensitive youths pointing at the Jedi Temple before the Clone Troopers stormed the temple and opened fire on the Jedi and the children.
Blaster Fire did not reach any children, but the scene was dramatic and, for some viewers, provided the country’s unpleasant emotions from the obscure Texas tragedy.
Before the message appears Obi-Van KenobiNetflix has issued a warning on the latest season of Stranger Things, which also aired on Friday.
The disclaimer before the previous season recap reads, “We filmed this Stranger Things season a year ago.” “But during the recent tragic shooting at a school in Texas, viewers may have been saddened by the opening scene of episode 1. We are deeply saddened by this unspeakable violence and our hearts go out to mourning the loved ones of every family.”
“Warning: Contains child abuse,” Netflix added to the premiere’s explanation.