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- "Screenslaver interrupts this program for an important announcement. Elastigirl doesn't save the day. She only postpones her defeat. And while she postpones her defeat, you eat chips and watch her confront problems that you are too lazy to deal with. Superheroes are part of your brainless desire to replace true experiences with stimulation. You don't talk, you watch talk-shows. You have craving to watch game shows. Travel, relationships, risk, every meaningful experience must be packaged and delivered to you to watch at a distance so that you can remain ever sheltered, ever passive, ever ravenous consumers who can't bring themselves to rise from their couches, break a sweat and participate in life. You want superheroes to protect you, and make yourselves ever more powerless in the process, while you tell yourselves you're being looked after, that your futures are being served and your rights are being upheld. So that the system keeps you stealing from you, smiling at you all the while. Go ahead, send your supers to stop me. Grab your snacks, watch your screens and see what happens. You are no longer in control, I am."
- —Screenslaver's monologue as Elastigirl rushes through the city to find him.
Screenslaver is next seen in an updated Incredibles 2 concept art. Where he is menacingly hovering over the supers. Screenslaver next appeared in the second official trailer for the film, wearing his mask, and making an announcement to some citizens.
Screenslaver's mask of his costume seems to resemble a chlorine mask. As it has big round eyes, and a mouth that's pattern is similar to an air vent.
While his costume seems to be all black, with a black scarf, black boots, black gloves, and a black belt.
- Screenslaver is controlled by Evelyn Deavor, using her advanced hypnosis technology to frame a pizza delivery boy for being the villain.
- Evelyn's name is most likely a play on the phrase "Evil Endeavor".