Paramount’s new “Sonic The Hedgehog” live-action film has been stung by the original “Sonic” image, so the real-life film Sonic has been overhauled. Recently, according to a tweeter called TRAFON, the modification of Sonic’s image in “Sonic The Hedgehog” cost Paramount $35 million.
“Officially, the official figures say that the remake of ‘Sonic’ cost $35 million, and the overall cost of the film has risen from $90 million to $125 million,” TRAFON tweeted. According to othermedia, the special effects set-up for the trailer alone will cost $2.15 million, visual effects are expected to cost between $18 million and $31 million, while the overall filming budget is $90 million.
However, a new report by indieWire, a leadingmedia outlet, responded to the news that tRAFON’s tweet had cost $35 million to alter Sonic’s image in “Sonic The Hedgehog,” the report said. A source close to the producer said the cost of the remake was about $5 million.
When the film decided to jump tickets and redesign Sonic’s image, the visual effects of the film were far from complete, the source said. According to reports, the only fully completed visual effects were seen in the first trailer released on April 30th, and most of them are not yet complete, so the cost of redesigning Sonic’s image is not as expensive as others have rumoured. Sources told IndieWire that any rumors that the redesign of Sonic’s image would make the visual team “suffering” were not true.
The live CG film “Sonic The Hedgehog” will be released in North America on February 14, 2020.