The New “Sonic The HedgeHog” Movie Design Released And People Are Happy

The new “Sonic The Hedgehog” Movie design finally released to the public and people are sleeping a little better now.

In case you weren’t aware, the first Sonic the Hedgehog movie trailer made it’s debut earlier this year. Many fans were excited to take a peek of the project but soon, the excitement was quickly intercepted with fierce disappointment as the reveal of Sonic the Hedgehog quickly went viral.

To the horror of Paramount Pictures, a wave of backlash swept the mainstream media against the character’s eyes, legs, and bizarre human-like teeth. Many pointed out that their favorite childhood character didn’t resemble the hedgehog at all. The endless backlash quickly evolved into demands to redesign Sonic to their expectations.

After the intense backlash of the original trailer to the Sonic film, Paramount Pictures were quick to remove the movie trailer from the public before announcing the redesign of the classic character.

Director Jeff Fowler took to Twitter and tweeted, “The message is loud and clear…you aren’t happy with the design & you want changes. It’s going to happen.”

It was Tuesday when the revamped version of the childhood hedgehog was released to the public for the second time. Breathes were held as trailers were watched. It wasn’t long before satisfied approvals were voiced by the public. Fans applauded the design that met their expectations, thanking the brand for meeting the qualifications for Sonic to resemble their childhood version of the loveable character.

Here’s the difference right here!

The movie is set to release on February 14th, 2020. Will you be as fast as Sonic to watch the film? Leave a comment down below and tell us what you think!

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