Disney recently made a big statement to inform that Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker may not be safe for viewers with Epilepsy.
The company teamed up with the Epilepsy Foundation to make the statement. They explained that the new and final installment to the epic space opera contains "several sequences with imagery and sustained flashing lights, which could trigger seizures in photosensitive people."
Unfortunately, they didn't warn in which scenes these sequences will happen in. The Epilepsy Foundation warns Star Wars fans who are photosensitive to have their friends watch the film first and then relay which scenes contain these intense, flashing sequences without spoiling the film.
So be sure to warn a friend if they love this franchise but may also be prone to seizures. It'll be an exciting conclusion to an incredible series, and we all deserve to see the epic sage end in the safest way possible!