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Is delayed until 2020 to modify the controversial design of Sonic The film of “Sonic The Hedgehog”

Yes, we will have to wait a little longer to see the premiere of Sonic on the big screen, and after the launch of his first trailer where they showed us the design of the famous hedgehog, the studio received a wave of criticism for having taken liberties by adapting Sonic to the “real world.”

After this controversy and criticism, Jeff Fowler, director of ‘Sonic The Hedgehog’, [went out to try to calm the waters by saying that Paramount and Sega had listened to the fans and were going to modify the look of Sonic for their first live movie- action. Today we have new news, and that is because of these changes the premiere of ‘Sonic the Movie’ is delayed until February 14, 2020.

Three more months to perfect Sonic
The Sonic movie was scheduled to be released on November 8, but with the changes they promised to the character’s design, Jeff Fowler and his team will need almost three more months to make the necessary modifications to the character created with CGI.

In the past San Diego Comic-Con filmmaker Tim Miller said during the Paramount Pictures panel that the redesign of Sonic for his first feature film would convince fans, he also said that the postponement of its premiere would be worthwhile. These statements happened a couple of weeks ago.

However, when Miller mentioned this the release date for Sonic The Hedgehog (2020) remained for February 14, 2020. A launch window that apparently would have been displaced again.

The previous week, the official account of the film on Twitter published that the film directed by Jeff Fowler would arrive in March 2020, that is, a month after the official date it currently has. This would represent the second delay of the movie. Although the tweet was immediately withdrawn, the press and social networks quickly echoed it.

In addition, the second date scheduled for the premiere of Sonic The Hedgehog is also the launch window for the spy tape The King’s Man (2020), so it is likely that from Paramount they want to avoid this crossing at the box office so as not to directly affect Your collection

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