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  1. Maybe, he was referring to this? There was an green suit guy who was seen driving an Green Volvo SUV with minor damages spotted on set in Downtown Vancouver last year. That could be possibly Sonic behind the wheel. I don’t know. It’s feel weird seeing him driving an normal car. There was also an fake SFPD car parked next to possibly some set vehicles.:
  2. Somebody had attended an test screening of the movie at an local mall somewhere in California. However, he is not allowed to give away spoilers because he could get in trouble if he give any away. Here is the link to his reaction on the movie. https://www.reddit.com/r/SonicTheMovie/comments/cqq7rd/saw_the_movie_a_while_back/
  3. SEGA on the redesign decision.: "I think everybody's just keen to do the right thing. Obviously we have a very deep knowledge of the character and the brand. [Paramount] has a very deep knowledge of how to make movies. The trick is just to bring those two skillsets together to make the best film we can. To be fair, Paramount has been open to listening to feedback from the community around Sonic, which of course has got such a tremendously loyal fanbase with people with very specific views of who Sonic is, how Sonic should behave, how Sonic should look. And I think Paramount has taken a lot of that on board." They also asked him another question. Here’s what they asked.: With companies like Activision, Sony, and Ubisoft bringing more of their big screen adaptation efforts in-house, we ask Dale if Sega has similar aspirations to carry more of the load in bringing its own brands to feature films. "I don't really think so. I think the opportunity with Sonic is a particular situation for that film. And I think there's a view here that we're very good at making video games and Paramount is very good at making pictures... This is a film. I think the idea that you try to control Paramount would be the wrong approach. But at the same time, for Paramount not to take into account our views on Sonic would also be wrong. I think we're looking for a creative partnership that gets the best film. And over the years, I look at the success of game franchises in film and it's very mixed. The idea that games makers can control the process and create great movies... I don't know if that's true or not." Source
  4. Just drew Sonic and Tom having donuts together.:
  5. So, Adi Shankar who is the executive producer of Dredd and the Netflix TV show, Castlevania respond to Jim Carrey’s reaction on the redesign.: Carrey’s comments were responded to by Shankar in a brief open letter, which he exclusively sent to Screen Rant. It reads as follows: Dear Jim, The audience isn’t “in on the creation” of the film you acted in. Sonic the Hedgehog was already created, decades ago. This film you lended your talents to adapted him incorrectly. It’s this perspective that Hollywood is entitled to dismantle iconography as it sees fit and reassemble it in ways that often bear little resemblance to the source that has led to the friction between gamers and the film industry. Best, Adi Source
  6. TrailerTrack isn’t expecting another trailer until like October or November. It’s possible that we could get an official reveal of Sonic’s redesign instead. Jeff Fowler will probably posted it on his Twitter and Instagram.
  7. Drew this, since now that the movie is now coming on the same year when the next Olympics will be held.:
  8. Here’s another one.: Speaking at TCA panel for his Showtime series Kidding, Carrey questioned the notion of the audience being able to weigh in (and force change) while a project is still in production, acknowledging fans "had the sense of ownership" of the character because it is from their childhood. "Sometimes, you find the collective consciousness finds it wants something and then when it gets it: 'I just wanted it, I didn't care about it. I just jumped on the bandwagon,'" Carrey said. "Ownership of anything is going out the window for all of us." Source
  9. So, Jim Carrey isn’t sure if the redesign will be an good thing or an bad thing. Here’s what he had say about the redesign.: “I don’t know quite how I feel about the audience being in on the creation of it, while it’s happening,” Carrey, who stars as Doctor Robotnik in the upcoming film, said Friday during the Television Critics Association press tour. He was there to promote his Showtime series “Kidding.” “We’ll have to see what that entails,” he continued. “Sometimes you find that the collective consciousness decides it wants something and then when it gets it, it goes, ‘OK, I don’t want it.'” Source
  10. I know this is old, but one of the former Sonic voice actor quote the Meow from the trailer for fun.:
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