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  1. I didn't watch the Teen Choice Awards 2017, did Sonic Boom win for the animation category? I figured I would just wait and see what everyone else heard and posted on here.
  2. Sly Cooper Movie / TV Series

    The Sly Cooper TV Show is now in Pre-production.
  3. According to the screenshot of tonights episode, there appears to be a reference to the Shadow episode where Sonic jumps onto the eggmobiles windshield, confronting Eggman.
  4. According to an article over at Dualshockers, that from the most recent Sonic Youtube stream that as soon as Sonic Mania releases there will be tons of Sonic Forces news. So there we go, maybe we can expect to see a playable demo at Gamescom this year or a new trailer with new gameplay levels besides Park Avenue and Green Hill. Here is a link to the article. http://www.dualshockers.com/sonic-forces-news-sega/
  5. Then what's the point in even having an animation category if their not going to air it. What do they do release the unaired results online or something?
  6. Two more days until the Teen Choice Awards 2017, I hope all that voting for Sonic Boom paid off. Also, the Sly Cooper TV series is now in pre-production stages, so the estimated release could be June-November 2018, hopefully will air alongside Sonic Boom on CN, when Sonic Boom comes back to CN. Both shows are from the same studio so why not, however that would depend on the US distributor for whether or not it airs on CN or some other channel like Nick, Disney or Netflix.
  7. Sonic Live Action Movie "2019!"

    I already know the animation is coming from Marza and that Sony has no part in making the movie.
  8. I actually liked the Ratchet & Clank movie, it is an indie film after all, however it was better than The Nut Job, which was also an indie film. Also, if people were to look at the Rotten Tomato and Metacritic scores for the Ratchet & Clank movie vs. The Emoji Movie, a lot of people will then see that R&C was Not a bad movie as everyone says it is. Now fitting the Jak & Daxter trilogy into one movie, that would be a challenge or downright impossible, unless it is released alongside a new game or animated series. Sly 1 alone will be hard to make into a movie and it's the shortest game in the series, the only way I see the Sly movie working is if the Sly TV Show covers all 4 games and some other adventures in between and then the movie covers a brand new adventure (Sly 5 for example), while being accompanied by a new game.
  9. According to a new article, 5 Playstation franchises may get TV series hopefully this includes Jak & Daxter, Ratchet & Clank and Crash Bandicoot, here is a link to the article. http://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/2017-06-27-playstation-emerging-filmmakers-program-launched-to-create-multiple-new-tv-series
  10. Sly Cooper Movie / TV Series

    Also a Jak & Daxter movie is in the works from Rainmaker Entertainment, according to the source included in the video. With the 15th anniversary of the Sly Cooper series on September 23rd coming up, there are chances that we might see more about the Sly Cooper series. The shows plot is also released ``Sly Cooper follows the adventures of an irresistibly charismatic raccoon, a modern-day Robin Hood, who restores justice to his city one theft at a time. Sly is aided by his two best friends, a muscular hippo named Murray and a brainy turtle named Bentley. Hot on Sly's trail is Inspector Carmelita Fox, a morally upright cop with an unfortunate crush on the charming bandit, as well as a band of villains, each one more strange and colorful than the last. Mixing humor, action, and a remarkable cast of characters, Sly Cooper promises to be an unforgettable series." Now weather or not the show is based on events from the games or events in between the games or a mixture of both, I don't know. There also noticeable differences between the movie trailer and tv show picture. Sly's cane in the tv show looks like the cane from Sly 4, while the illustration of it in the background looks like the original trilogy cane, while in the movie it looks like a stick wrapping around the metal hook. The tv show appearance of Sly doesn't look full CG, rather a more cell-shaded look, also another difference in the tv show is his belt logo, which is missing in the movie trailer. Sly in the tv show has more blue added to his costume than the movie version which featured less blue on his hat, shirt, gloves and boots. Also the whiskers are still there, now I think they could've Not included those because he does Not have them in the games. Now anyways, Sly's original voice Kevin Miller, said that if he is casted as Sly for the show, he would announce it on Twitter. Now my estimates for the shows release would be Fall 2018. Possible channels for the US could be CN, Nick or Disney Channel and Netflix is not as likely due to PGS Entertainment partnerships with those channels. However, shows like Alvin, Iron Man and Miraculous Ladybug all have been released on Nick after they claimed distribution rights, from PGS Entertainment, for North America. Also you have to look at the channels ratings, most of Nick's shows like Spongebob and others are TV-Y7, while shows on CN have higher rated shows like Dreamworks Dragons are TV-PG and also lower rated shows like Sonic Boom which is TV-Y7. So taking that into consideration the channels with the highest chances in the US are CN and Nick. Sly Cooper 5 could also be released alongside the TV series, like with Skylanders Academy and Imaginators. Imaginators continued the main Skylanders story, while Academy created it's own separate story. Sucker Punch Productions, who worked on the original trilogy, is also involved with the making of the Sly Cooper movie. They might be going with the same approach the Spongebob TV Series/movie went, the series I think ran for 3 seasons then the movie released and was successful, then the show renewed for a 4th season and then the 2nd movie released half-way through the 9th season. Brad Foxhoven has also said in another Tweet to clarify confusion on the Sly Cooper movie/TV Series situation saying that the TV Show is first, then the movie second. With the movie, they did say that they were going to try and get as many original voices as possible, this may also apply to the TV show. With the studio behind Sonic Boom, making the show it should get a good amount of popularity. A new article also reveals that Playstation is developing 5 new TV series based on Playstation Franchises, Sly Cooper was also mentioned, here is the link to the article. http://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/2017-06-27-playstation-emerging-filmmakers-program-launched-to-create-multiple-new-tv-series
  11. Sonic Live Action Movie "2019!"

    What was the reason for that? They release animated films every year, now all of a sudden their not. Of course, I don't think that will affect the Sonic The Hedgehog movie, because it's Not pure animation, it's a CG/Live-Action Hybrid. Now I'm still hoping that 2019 thing was a misprint and that it releases in 2018. Also I just checked the list of Columbia Pictures films and the Sonic The Hedgehog movie, along with other films done by Sony Pictures Animation like the Goosebumps and Angry Birds movie sequels are on that list. So when the Sonic movie releases it will be distributed by Columbia Pictures under Sony and most if not all Columbia Pictures films get home media releases around 3 months after being released in theaters.
  12. Sonic Live Action Movie "2019!"

    I just checked the Sony Pictures Animation Wikipedia page, according to the article that there are 3 untitled films releasing in 2020 and 4 movies releasing in 2018, but none for 2019 which is supposed to be when the Sonic movie will release in theaters.
  13. Just to remind everyone that the Teen Choice Awards 2017 with Sonic Boom as a nominee is this Sunday on Fox. This comes after the premiere of the three men episode of Sonic Boom this Saturday and before the release of Sonic Mania, this upcoming Tuesday. So a lot of Sonic stuff happening this week and hopefully Sonic Boom manages to win this award for (hopefully) Season 3, better treatment and home media release in North America.
  14. According to the Sonic Wikia page of Sonic Boom episodes, the Victory and Three Men production numbers are 246 and 249, so with the gaps in production numbers between these 2 episodes, I would say there is a chance at a 2-part episode and a 3-part season Finale. Now there are other episode production number gaps and still 9 unknown episode titles.
  15. Well, in Rise of Lyric both fans and critics complained about Shadow Not having any backstory and if Shadow had any in Sonic Boom, it would Not be the same in any way to the Modern Sonic version. Since its Sonic Boom, it has to be different, they can't copy everything from Modern Sonic and place it into Sonic Boom.