We recently got news that Illumination was working with Nintendo to produce a Super Mario movie and that filming had begun for the Great Detective Pikachu. To add to the recent game-related news, SEGA has officially announced a release date for their Sonic the Hedgehog movie: November 15th, 2019.

The movie will be produced by Paramount Pictures and feature a mixture of live action and CG elements. Tim Miller, known for his work on the movie Deadpool, will be the film’s Executive Producer. Jeff Fowler, who worked on short films such as Gopher Broke, will take the director’s seat. Paramount will be working closely with SEGA of America on this film adaptation of the beloved blue blur.

What do you guys think of this announcement? Are you excited to see Sonic the Hedgehog in a full length film? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

Source: SEGA (via Nintendo Everything)

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