Sonic The Hedgehog sequel on cards
The sequel will also be directed by Jeff Fowler
Sonic The Hedgehog, the stop-motion animation sci-fi drama, is getting a sequel. The production houses of the film, Paramount Pictures and Sega Sammy, confirmed the news recently.
The makers also revealed that the second part will also be directed by Jeff Fowler, and Josh Miller will return to write the script.
Sonic Hedgehog is based on a popular video game about an alien Hedgehog, which adopts earth as its new home. The first part, which was released in February, had Ben Schwartz and James Marsden voicing the titular character and his human friend Tom, respectively. Jim Carrey voiced the villain Dr Robotnik, who tries to control the entire world.
The cast and other crew details of the upcoming sequel are yet to be revealed as the project is in its nascent stage.
The first part turned out to be a hit at the box office, but it was later affected due to the pandemic, which forced theatres to close down across the world.