Development is kicking off on a sequel to this year's live-action Sonic the Hedgehog movie. Director Jeff Fowler and writers Pat Casey and Josh Miller are all set to return.
The script is now being written for the "Sonic the Hedgehog" sequel, so don't expect to see the follow-up anytime soon.
The movie is still in the development stage so decisions have not been made yet regarding casting or a production start date. Moritz, Toby Ascher, and Toru Nakahara will return to produce with Hajime Satomi, Haruki Satomi, and Tim Miller serving as executive producers.
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The film, which debuted in United States theaters on February 14, also set a new mark as the highest-grossing video game film adaptation of all time in North America. However, both James Marsden (who played Sonic's sidekick Tom Wachowski) and Jim Carrey (starring as villain Dr Robotnik) have previously expressed interest in reprising their roles.
The first film ended with Eggman/Robotnik, having shed his more presentable black-suited appearance for full-blown video game giant moustache cosplay ensemble, stranded on a mushroom kingdom planet, while a post-credits scene revealed that Sonic's sidekick Tails had arrived. The family-friendly pic also stars Tika Sumpter.
"Sonic" was among the slew of films released early on home entertainment after theaters were shuttered due to the COVID-19 crisis.