僕人們。電影院禁止青少年穿西裝,因為#溫柔的僕人#的趨勢

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僕人們。電影院禁止青少年穿西裝,因為#溫柔的僕人#的趨勢

一個場所的工作人員告訴英國廣播公司,他們希望確保年幼的孩子在第一次電影院旅行時不會破壞這種體驗。

視頻顯示,年輕人穿上西裝,成群結隊地觀看電影,並在放映過程中大聲歡呼,這些視頻在TikTok上瘋傳,在某些情況下達到了數百萬的瀏覽量。

這些青少年拍攝了自己模仿電影中的超級大壞蛋重犯格魯特有的陡峭的手指,並慶祝 "五年的等待已經結束"--指的是自該系列的最後一部作品《卑鄙的我3》以來的時間。

電影公司環球影業支持這一趨勢,在Twitter上說。"對所有穿着西裝來參加@Minions的人:我們看到了你們,我們愛你們"。

但是電影院卻不太領情,一些電影院抱怨被TikTok吸引來的年輕粉絲的行為。

Mallard影院經理丹尼爾-菲利普斯-史密斯(Daniel Phillips-Smith):"這絕對是令人心碎的。當我們試圖解決這個問題時,有的家庭甚至不願意回到屏幕前,有的家庭在電影開始前就離開了,當然,孩子們已經哭了。"

"我們曾試圖在進場的路上與人們交談,但這並沒有真正取得進展。所以我們不得不決定停止,並說非常感謝,但我們不做整個TikTok潮流的事情,"一位工作人員說。

"我們有一些人帶着孩子來參加他們的第一次電影之旅,我們想真正保護他們。"

伍斯特市Vue電影院的經理告訴當地的《伍斯特新聞》,他們不得不在周日退還1300英鎊的票,因為一群年輕人引起了很多投訴。

社交媒體上的圖片顯示,幾家Odeon電影院顯示了警告顧客的標誌。"由於最近出現了#溫柔的僕人#的騷亂,任何一群穿着正式服裝的客人將被拒絕進入電影院觀看《僕人》。格魯的崛起"。


A staff member at one venue told the BBC they wanted to ensure the experience was not spoiled for younger children on their first cinema trip.

Videos showing young people dressing up in suits to watch the movie in large groups and cheering loudly during the screening have gone viral on TikTok, racking up millions of views in some cases.

The teenagers filmed themselves copying the characteristic steepled fingers of the movie's supervillain Felonious Gru and celebrated that "the five year wait is over" - referring to the time since the franchise's last instalment, Despicable Me 3.

Movie studio Universal Pictures endorsed the trend, saying on Twitter: "to everyone showing up to @Minions in suits: we see you and we love you".

But cinemas have been less appreciative, with several complaining about the behaviour of the young fans drawn to the movie by TikTok.

Mallard Cinema manager Daniel Phillips-Smith: "It's been absolutely heartbreaking. We've had families who won't even go back into the screen when we've tried to sort it out, families leaving before the film has even started, and of course the children have been in tears."

"We were trying to talk to people on the way in after a while, but that wasn't really getting anywhere. So we had to just decide to put a stop to it and say thanks very much, but we're not doing the whole TikTok trend thing," a staff member said.

"We had people coming in with children for their first cinema trip ever and we wanted to protect that really."

The manager of the Vue Cinema in Worcester told the local Worcester News they had to refund £1,300 of tickets on Sunday because a group of young people had caused so many complaints.

Images on social media showed several Odeon cinemas displaying signs warning customers: "Due to recent disturbances following the #GentleMinions trend, any group of guests in formal attire will be refused entry for showings of Minions: The Rise of Gru."

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