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Two soundtracks arrive at CinemaCon; Here is what happened in them

Today, during the CinemaCon event in Las Vegas, Paramount Pictures presented the new trailers and details of the next big movie about video games: Sonic the Hedgehog. The event was not streamed and the trailers were not released, but Gizmodo was present and has a report.

A trailer shows a policeman patrolling a city called Green Hills, when he sees a blue object at speed; the officer (played by James Marsden) looks at this speed weapon and sees the blue blur moving at 760 mph. Of course, it is later revealed to be Sonic.

"The Marsden officer finds Sonic in a house and is surprised by him.Later they are in a car together and Sonic explains that he is here to save the world," Gizmodo reported. "Meanwhile, a big tank arrives behind them, so Sonic jumps out of the car, runs against the vehicle and bends it.I think he's won, but another vehicle falls from the previous one."

A second trailer featured more Dr. Robotnik, the evil evil of Jim Carrey. Gizmodo thus summed up Carrey's interpretation in Robotnik: "Think of Ace Ventura: loud, noisy, a little awkward, that's what Carrey takes for the character."

Robotnik tries to capture Sonic and disassemble him to find out how he moves so fast. Another scene shows the scientist dancing on "Everybody Dance Now". He later meets the character of Marsden, and they do not hear. Go to Gizmodo for more details and an overview of the two trailers.

It's unclear when the trailers will be shown publicly, or if these trailers were custom-designed for CinemaCon and are not planned for release. CinemaCon is a professional event where movie theater owners gather. the big studios attend the screening of their upcoming films. Disney used his presentation to show new images of Avengers: Endgame, The Lion King and Aladdin.

Sonic opens on November 8th. Ben Schwartz expresses Sonic's voice. The film is directed by Jeff Fowler, who received an Oscar nomination for Gopher Broke, while Deadpool director Tim Miller is producing.


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