“Sonic The Hedgehog” Movie Director Promises Changes After Backlash!

Sonic The Hedgehog is hands down one of the most iconic video game characters in history, which is why you might think a movie about him would be warmly received. Well you would think wrong! Fans are in an uproar about Sonic’s design–so much so that the director of the film, Jeff Fowler, has promised to make “changes” to the character’s design.

via Fox News Network

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“The message is loud and clear,” Jeff Fowler tweeted Thursday. “You aren’t happy with the design & you want changes. It’s going to happen. Everyone at Paramount & Sega are fully committed to making this character the BEST he can be.”

Fowler, a visual effects artist who’s making his directorial debut with the “Sonic” film, included the hashtag #gottafixfast.

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Social media users complained about the CGI look of the titular hero, with the character’s human-style teeth drawing the most flak. Video game blog Kotaku compiled some of the most entertaining reactions.

Fowler did not specify what changes are in store for the film, which is scheduled to hit theaters on November 8.

We have to say Sonic’s appearance in the film is lackluster to say the least, we are looking forward to seeing what changes–and we hope they are sweeping–are made! What do you guys think about Sonic and his first movie trailer? Leave your thoughts in the comments’ section below!



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