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  1. He does explained the real description of the trailer, but he act like it's really lame and gonna be suck. To me, IMO.
  2. They do it on purpose. You know...IGN hates Sonic.
  3. Trailer description only in text is fine. Just more news that I really need.
  4. Hmm!! Hey? "the Sonic team is in Vegas." You mean...the movie team (Miller, Fowler, Marsden, etc.) is in Vegas ready for presentation? I can sense something... Maybe not. Maybe I'm overthinking...
  5. Maybe they won't do it via words, but an actual "visual" on the cover, with a movie design. This will be a deal breaker.
  6. A novel is a good idea, for people who don't want to see Movie Sonic, so they experience the story via a novel and imagine the Sonic they want in their head.
  7. I'm calling it now. If the real teaser or trailer isn't released before April... I bet they'll make a trailer showing the fake Sonic design includes "all the aspect fans don't want it to be" in April fools day to piss off fans even more. Just to soften the hate on the true design when they about to truly reveal it.
  8. I'm looking for this timestamp where he talks about it. Thank you!
  9. Seeing those posters in a different language, I wonder how the logo looks in my country(Thailand, use Thai Language) Actually, I envision Sonic movie logo in Thai language before. But without iconic Sonic quill incorporated in the font. here... (THIS IS NOT OFFICIAL, IT'S FANMADE, WHICH IS ME.) โซนิค = Sonic เจ้าเม่นสายฟ้า = Lightning Hedgehog (เจ้าเม่น = Little Hedgehog, สายฟ้า = Lightning, Thunder) The reason for this definition is Thai people mostly know Sonic by the definition "Lighting-fast hedgehog" from the Thai version of Sonic X. I'm gonna wait and see an official logo in Thai version. and compare it. ;-)
  10. That Nacho Fries commercial gives me a little bit shock because there's Sonic filming location that is similar to the one appears in that Nacho trailer, which is 1739 Dunbar street. Visual is quite similar. In a good way, but it isn't the same place. Isn't it?
  11. I'm down with this, to be honest.
  12. This guy claim that he was in the Comic Con in Brazil where Sonic teaser was shown. He said this pic is the closest to the Sonic that he saw.
  13. This is a hi-res poster, put contrast up to see more... I think most people were right, his muzzle is more like a real hedgehog his eye may similar to the game counterpart but with his pupils pop up like that. damn!
  14. If I remember correctly, Patrick Casey and Josh Miller are a screenwriter. A screenwriter is a guy who takes the story and turns it into a screenplay, which is the detail of how exactly the characters is doing in the scene. The writer is, in fact, Van Robichaux And Evan Susser, which Van is one of the Sonic fans. They were writing the first draft of the story, but who takes their story to make a final storyline, I don't know? And the screenplay Patrick and Josh were working isn't the final one, the person who does a final draft of a screenplay is Oren Uziel, the guy who writes a screenplay for 22th Jump Street and one of the Mortal Kombat TV series. I hope for nothing other than it's at least entertaining. :-)
  15. Seeing Detective Pikachu here, the CGI part was done by MPC and Framestore (Who done CGI for Avengers: Infinity War) But the CGI team that we know to work on Sonic Movie is Blur Studio and Marza Animation Planet, which famous at making "Game cinematics and cutscene". That makes me wonder how our Blur Studio and Marza Animation Planet can handle Live-Action+CGI scene? ...Until I saw this clip, VFX Breakdown of Thor: The Dark World by Blur Studio. That gives me some hope to know that Blur Studio can do Live-Action+CGI scene...and doing it pretty well. Marza can be a big hand about a character design and animating our blue boy. Now the only worry is the character design and story. Iizuka, please...You do supervise the film, help them not to make our Sonic design looks bad to us. (Actually, Iizuka is the guy who stops Big Red Button to messed up Sonic design and become our Boom Sonic today.)
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