Sonic the Hedgehog Movie Trailer Features a Redesigned Sonic

After several months of style changes, we have a new trailer for the Sonic the Hedgehog film, which features bigger eyes, and more concealed and less reasonable teeth for the precious title character, bringing him closer to his initial computer game kind. The new Sonic the Hedgehog trailer also builds on the initial trailer with more scenes and in turn, a better concept of what the movie will be. It still doesn’t assure the film will be fantastic the humor is still mainly hit or miss– but it does provide on the modifications that were guaranteed by director Jeff Fowler in the wake of the backlash to the earlier style of Sonic.

The new trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog film starts with Sonic (voiced by Ben Schwartz, from Parks and Recreation) telling us why he’s come to our world, Earth, to conserve his own planet. His arrival causes a blackout throughout the “entire Pacific Northwest”, as numerous serious-looking authorities in the Pentagon notify us. Sonic, taking shelter in a garage, shares a rude introduction with cops constable Tom Wachowski (James Marsden, from Westworld), who asks him what he’s doing there. With the military after Sonic, consisting of researcher Dr. Ivo “Eggman” Robotnik (Jim Carrey), the two then take a journey.

The remainder of the brand-new Sonic the Hedgehog trailer is more fantastical, as Dr. Eggman’s toolbox of advanced weapons go up against Sonic’s superpowers, giving us a concept of the movie’s action series and where they will be set, including the Pyramids in Egypt and what looks like the Great Wall of China. Alongside, we get a concept of the movie’s humour chops too. The just good thing about them is that a minimum of the Sonic the Hedgehog motion picture appears self-aware.

Sonic the Hedgehog– a hybrid of live-action and animation film making- is out February 14, 2020 in cinemas in India and elsewhere, having been pushed from its earlier November release date to allow time for the redesign.

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