We've all been there… you're watching a brilliant movie and suddenly, the rude person behind you ruins the moment with loud chitchat. Luckily, a movie theatre in London has an answer: Invisible Cinema Ninjas.
The Prince Charles Cinema has enlisted a group of volunteer ninjas to silence loud movie goers. While there is no martial arts training required, the ninjas do dress in all-black Lycra suits called "Morphsuits" and stealthily keep an eye out for any misconduct during screenings.
The idea for for the project was inspired by Facebook fans of the Morphsuits company, who suggested that the outfits be used for ninja purposes. After founder Gregor Lawson caught wind of the discussion, he decided it would be a great marketing idea and contacted the Prince Charles Cinema to strike a deal.
While the project is currently in its trial run, the ninjas have been so successful that the cinema is thinking of keeping them on board. We're wondering when Canada will get its own Invisible Cinema Ninjas!
What's in it for the volunteers? Well, aside from a fun time silencing audience members, the ninjas are provided with their fair share of free movie tickets.
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