Sonic The Hedgehog Movie First Look: Check Out the Exclusive Official Poster

Sonic the Hedgehog

Sonic the Hedgehog

Paramount Pictures has released the first Sonic the Hedgehog poster, revealing the highly anticipated video game adaptation for the very first time. Sonic the Hedgehog opens in theaters on November 8, 2019. It was directed by Jeff Fowler from a script by Patrick Casey, Josh Miller and Oren Uziel. Sonic, voiced by Ben Schwartz (most known for his roles in DuckTales and Parks and Recreation) will have an attitude resembling a "juvenile delinquent", as winds up on Earth, and has to deal with the way his new home works, while partnering up with a police officer (James Marsden) in order to take on Jim Carrey as Dr. Robotnik.

With Sonic The Hedgehog " s poster now out there, a trailer could also be on the horizon - set up a Twitter notification for "Sonic legs' to keep up-to-date on any developments.

The image is draped in shadow, but the feature film's vision of Sonic is clearly a different version of the blue hedgehog than we're used to. Sonic movie producer Tim Miller (Deadpool) explained the thinking behind the new look. "It's part of what integrates him into the real world and makes him a real creature". Miller said, "It would be weird and it would feel like he was running around nude if he was some sort of otter-like thing". Be sure to check back with us for more on the movie.

The film's staff also revealed that the film's Japanese title will be Sonic The Movie. In a cartoon world, Sonic's single, connected eye somehow makes sense, but in the real world? The filmmakers struggled with how best to depict Sonic's eyes because often he's only seen with one, and that wouldn't translate well to the live-action movie.

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"It took a little trial and error, but that's animation in figuring out what the effect looks like and what it does to the rest of the world around it", said Miller.

Since Sonic the Hedgehog only recently entered the post-production phase of development, additional changes to the character's design could come up as time goes on.

Also, we haven't seen them yet, but get ready for Sonic to have some weird-ass eyes...

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