Jim Carrey Starrer ‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ Redesigned Trailer Out
Fans have given the new trailer a stamp of approval.
The new trailer of Jim Carrey starer Sonic the Hedgehog movie is out. The initial glimpse was met with criticism. Looks like the fans have given the new and redesigned trailer a thumbs-up. It will hit the cinemas on Valentine’s Day next year. It will be the actor’s first major release after his break-up with Ginger Gonzaga.
Sonic the Hedgehog | The Role of Jim Carrey and the Plot
The new movie, Sonic the Hedgehog, which is set to release next year, is a live version of well-known video-game franchise from Sega. The story revolves around the hedgehog, Sonic, as the brash blue fur-ball sets to understand the complex life on Earth.
His new-found friend Tom Wachowski (James Marsden) and himself join forces to defeat and stop Dr. Robotnik (Jim Carrey), from catching Sonic & using his super-powers to dominate the planet.
Voice actors, Tika Sumpter and Ben Shwartz give life to Sonic’s character.
What’s the New Re-designed Trailer about?
The clip shows the hedgehog on a run across the country as he causes a massive power-blackout on earth.
The new, redesigned trailer of Jim Carrey starer, Sonic the Hedgehog movie, sees the blue creature with noticeably smaller teeth and bigger eyes compared to the earlier version. Sonic says this in the trailer as he tries to protect the powers.
This is my power, And I’m using it to protect my friends.
Seems like the fans have given the new trailer a stamp of approval too. Here are some Tweets by fans praising the Jim Carrey starer movie trailer.
Okay, now we’re talking! The redesign is great and I could not be happier that they were okay with delaying the movie and I’m sure people there will enjoy the results as well! @gamerturk95 tweeted.
Another Tweet by @Pagmyst says:
Upgraded design is MUCH better. Movie looks like fun… I’ll be watching it!
Star of films like Ace Ventura and nemesis to Sonic, Jim Carrey is surely going to be treat to watch. Sonic the Hedgehog movie releases on Valentine’s Day next year.