‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2,’ Breaks the Historic Box Office Record

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Sonic the Hedgehog 2This film has made box-office history. The SEGA Corporation announced this week that the film, co-produced with Paramount Pictures, had a global box-office of $331.64 Million, making it the highest-grossing videogame adaptation ever. Sonic the Hedgehog 2 It has outperformed its predecessor. Sonic the HedgehogThe movie grossed $319.71million. 

Published in April Sonic the Hedgehog 2Sonic (Ben Schwartz), who is the fastest hedgehog in the world, continues his story. Sonic must face Dr. Robotnik/Dr. Eggman (Jim Carrey) just as in the video game. Sonic also meets Knuckles and Tails (IdrisElba), two of the most popular characters from the video game series. Sonic the Hedgehog 2Stars include Tika Sumpter Natasha Rothwell, James Mardsen and Shemar Moore. 

In an interview with ScreenRant, Carrey spoke out about Sonic the Hedgehog 2. “He starts out just as this brilliant guy with a chip on his shoulder and a plan for world domination,”Carrey said. “But when he gets a hold of that emerald power, which is a thing that people who played the game will be glad to see manifesting, he becomes quantum evil. He’s evil 3.0, and now he can bend time and space.

“It was fun to think about how this could come together, and his voice, speaking like a synthesizer, because it’s what he finds fun. He really plays with people’s heads and creates this gigantic robot from scraps of their lives. It was a lot of fun and a great way to feel egoic joy. 

Schwartz spoke to Entertainment Weekly about the challenges of playing an animated character. “I am aware that nothing in the booth is animated yet. Therefore, I must express my emotions through words or performance.” Schwartz said. “When I play Tony in Space Force or Yasper in The AfterpartyThere are many small things that I can do with the body and my face to express excitement or disapproval. You have to be more open to your emotions when animating. It’s great to be a child like Sonic, who is always going the extra mile. Then there’s that feeling of wondering, “How does a child react when he is hurt, sad, or in imminent danger?” It’s great to have fun with these levels.

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