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25 minutes ago, Miragnarok said:

What if the film ends with the worlds merging, as a “we’re sorry” for Two Worlds? 

Considering the movie team didn't come up with that concept, why would they be sorry for it? Yohoo~

Also I don't see Sonic Team ever merging the multiple worlds together as 1 single planet unless they do a hard reboot which I also don't see happening... nor do they feel sorry for the idea I can almost promise. I know I don't hate the idea myself.

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22 minutes ago, Miragnarok said:

What if the film ends with the worlds merging, as a “we’re sorry” for Two Worlds? 

Merging the "Two Worlds"? Sounds like Sonic X all over again, which I definitely don't think will happen.

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I'm so tired of Modern Sonic at this point that I'm actually open for the idea of using the movie design as his "next gen" model, with small tweaks. I think part of the reason is because of how poorly animated and modeled he was Sonic Forces. It's so freaking boring and stiff. 

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Also, I found this Netgear Hong Kong Sonic movie promotion which you can get 2 free tickets to see the movie if you buy a certain product.:

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Source in Chinese (Cantonese)

 

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1 hour ago, Jack at the Cinema said:

As I said in the past, Paramount folks believe in Sonic, most impotantly they believe he can bring them big money, and unlike SEGA, they have loads of money they can use to promote the thing.

SEGA has that money, too; Sonic simply isn’t important enough to their bottom line.

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11 hours ago, Tarnish said:

I wish SEGA put as much effort into making their Sonic games as Paramount is putting into marketing this damn thing.

Maybe Nickelodeon will try buying Sonic?

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The general rule I've seen posted in box office discussions is that marketing budget is around the same as production budget which ots around 95 million for the movie. Sega might have that kind of money but they probably wouldn't see a return that justified the expense.

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9 minutes ago, Rabid-Coot said:

Sega might have that kind of money but they probably wouldn't see a return that justified the expense.

I don't think SEGA poured much money (if at all) into this movie.

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17 minutes ago, Tarnish said:

I don't think SEGA poured much money (if at all) into this movie.

That part was about some comments further up on Sega spending money on promoting games.

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This much marketing is much more standard for Hollywood films than it is for video games. We're just not used to seeing so much Sonic.

19 hours ago, Jango said:

I'm so tired of Modern Sonic at this point that I'm actually open for the idea of using the movie design as his "next gen" model, with small tweaks. I think part of the reason is because of how poorly animated and modeled he was Sonic Forces. It's so freaking boring and stiff. 

The model is fine, Sega just makes the rediculous blunder of making cheap, lazy, standard animation with a character design that was built perfectly for expressive animation. Swapping the movie model in there isnt gonna fix it (plus I'd really prefer Sonic stays a rubbery cartoon character).

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1 hour ago, Natie said:

The model is fine, Sega just makes the rediculous blunder of making cheap, lazy, standard animation with a character design that was built perfectly for expressive animation. Swapping the movie model in there isnt gonna fix it (plus I'd really prefer Sonic stays a rubbery cartoon character).

Pretty much. It's not just the model, it's how they use it.

1 hour ago, Rabid-Coot said:

That part was about some comments further up on Sega spending money on promoting games.

Oh my bad. At least we got that Hooters promotion tho...

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