And I do, or I fast forward to the curtain rising, which solves the problem but deprives me of the overture.
But... it'd be nice not to be in the position where someone we now know as a perpetrator in credible allegations of sexual harassment and abuse wasn't just popping up on my TV screen without at least fair warning.
I'm curious to see what will happen with films featuring Kevin Spacey. There are some performances of his that I think are iconic and I'll still watch the film ("Usual Suspects", "L.A. Confidential"), but "Baby Driver" was hard to watch even before the allegations came out (though I'd already heard rumors and one first-hand account of Spacey's behavior). I think some good movies are going to fade into oblivion because people just don't want to watch him.