If there is one man who wants to ensure everyone has an uninterrupted movie experience, it's Austin's Tim League. Taking the infamous no-talking PSAs and cell phone ban one step further, League tells Deadline that Google Glass is now banned in his Alamo Drafthouse theaters.
Though he says nothing of how ridiculous they make patrons look, League says he does worry about potential piracy issues. “We’ve been talking about this potential ban for over a year,” League said in an interview with Deadline. “Google Glass did some early demos here in Austin and I tried them out personally. At that time, I recognized the potential piracy problem that they present.”
League took to Twitter to announce the ban on Monday, tweeting:
The Alamo's announcement, which was covered by Time and other national news outlets, does leave a little wiggle room. League tells the trade publication that as technology adapts, so too will the Alamo's policies. While the current ban is in effect patrons are asked to remove their Google Glass before the lights dim.