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Fans Don’t Seem Happy from the Trailer of Sonic the Hedgehog

The trailer for Paramount’s Sonic the Hedgehog is out, and fans don’t seem so keen to watch the movie as they aren’t so happy about the appearance of some of the characters.

The film is set to be released on 8th November. Hence it is another one of the most anticipated Hollywood movies of 2019.

The American filmmaker and visual effects artist Jeff Fowler has has been nominated for academy awards for his previous work has directed the film.

Here Is What Fans Are Saying for Sonic the Hedgehog Trailer

The film has been co-produced by Paramount and Blur and hence it is expected to be a blast. Well, the fans reaction is speculating something quite contrary.

The most common issue that fans spotted was with Sonic’s appearance. For them, he resembled the boy who turned out to be a monkey in Jumanji.

And, Sonic’s appearance was being analysed from different angles. For fans he was good from certain angles and bad from others.

Many people think that the movie will be the biggest failure of the year and it not worth a watch. But, since it has legendary actor Jim Carry in it the movie might not be all that bad

Sonic As Combination of Two TV Show Characters

Despite the criticism, some fans are excited to watch the movie and don’t care what people are saying

Criticism is this extreme about Sonic the Hedgehog Trailer that people are wishing Avengers to go back in time and stop this movie from being produced.

They Were Drawing Analogies with Jim Carry and Joseph Stalin

Sonic’s appearance in Sonic the Hedgehog Trailer wasn’t that big of an issue for fans, but instead, they had problems with trailer and offered their suggestions to improve it.

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