A Mexican Game News outlet by the name of “Gamer Style” claimed that character and comic artist Tyson Hesse, known for his work in the Sonic the Hedgehog series aided Paramount in the redesign of the titular character for the upcoming film.
A Reddit user claims to have watched an early cut of the upcoming Sonic Movie, posting a brief plot summary on a now deleted AMA. Sonic fans, however, were quick to take screenshots and notes of the summary. Given the amount of contention surrounding the film, with the bizarre design of the character, as seen in the official poster released in December, as well as the recently leaked promo art. Fans have been speculating, and worrying about how the rest of the film will adapt the iconic character. But has this plot summary alleviated some of the troubles from hardcore fans?
We’ve all heard of it before, the plot device, the McGuffin, or the Deux Ex Machina. It’s that one story element that the protagonists are searching for, trying to activate, kill for, or even destroy. But in the end, it ultimately serves one purpose, to move the story forward.
Oh, boy; here we go. So a couple of weeks ago we got our first glimpse at Sonic’s design for next year's Sonic movie, and well, it’s sure a sight to behold. Those juicy legs look like they could crack some walnuts.
Rusted, with a couple of twitching servos, the droid marched through the grove of tall treetops that towered over him at no end. The moisture of the air could be felt on the pressure of the ground, pushing it with each muddy step. Had he not been designed with reinforced stability mechanics, he would've been unable to even make one step in such a harsh setting.
I could see her eyes light up with excitement as she picked it up with both hands.