1Galarian_LassieThu 2nd May 2019 Interesting video assuming everything in here is correct -Originally Sony was the one with the Sonic film rights -In 2016, Tim Miller and Blur (His production company) became attached to the project -Sega gave Blur plenty of creative control -In late 2017, Sony stopped funding the film, but allowed Blur to keep what they had already developed for the Sonic movie and set up shop with another studio -Paramount seems to have picked up the Sonic film in hopes that Sonic could become a movie franchise -Other than Dr. Robotnik and Sonic, in the inital cut the only other references to the Sonic franchise were using the iconic rings as a transportation device, and references to level names and iconography -Owls were (are?) a major element of the film _Studio Execs were worried after negative test screenings that the film was too much of it's own thing, instead of feeling like an adaption of the video games. -Post production alledgely brought in more references to the games (with the final shot of Robotnik in the trailer being from post production) -Sega is not happy with the movie -Their single biggest issue with the new Sonic design is how Sonic's eyesdon't look anything like Sonic's normal design. Edited on Thu 2nd May, 2019 @ 14:17 by Galarian_Lassie Where am I going! Nowhere, unless if I say otherwise!