Sonic The Hedgehog is "a whole new speed of hero," as promised -- and shown -- in the first teaser poster. Since we're talking about Sonic, the filmmakers wisely chose to give us a motion poster, in addition to a traditional poster, to better illustrate his moves:
The live-action Sonic The Hedgehog movie opens in November 2019, and just showed some brief footage at CCXP in Sao Paulo, Brazil. According to Collider, the footage just showed Sonic on a highway and then quickly running off screen.
Speaking of Sonic's speed, the motion poster doesn't completely tell the story of how that will be depicted in the movie. As producer Neal H. Moritz explained to IGN:
Sonic The Hedgehog is being directed by Jeff Fowler, who was nominated for an Oscar for Best Animated Short Film for Gopher Broke in 2004. The filmmakers put a lot of thought into things like Sonic's fur and his shoes for the new movie. Deadpool director Tim Miller is an executive producer on the film, and he told IGN the filmmakers struggled with how to depict Sonic's eyes.
The new teaser poster doesn't reveal the final eye design:
But apparently the final eye choice didn't please the video game makers. Here's more from Tim Miller on that:
Hmm. Now I'm really curious about the eyes. In other tidbits, Tim Miller said part of the film will not take place on Earth; Neal H. Moritz added that Sonic fans can expect some Easter eggs, but they don't want to reveal too much ahead of time.
Sonic The Hedgehog also stars Natasha Rothwell, Tika Sumpter, Neal McDonough, and Adam Pally. It is currently scheduled for release in theaters on November 8, 2019. Here's what else is still playing in theaters in the few weeks left to 2018. And here's the long lineup ahead, so far, for 2019.
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