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‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ Set Record-Breaking Milestone For A Video Games Film

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‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ Set Record-Breaking Milestone For A Video Games Film

Paramount and Sega have definitely done Sonic justice.

‘Sonic The Hedgehog’ has made an incredible comeback in the US. It has set a record-breaking opening weekend for video game movies and continues strong onward the second weekend.

Adding the earnings from the second weekend, the movie has made $106.6 million domestically. The worldwide profit of the movie has reached $200 million with $38.3 million made from the international markets. The CG-hybrid movie stars Jim Carrey as Robotnik and has Sonic voiced by Ben Schwartz.

The movie’s production cost is $87 million and has definitely made amazing achievements as it keeps ‘Call of the Wild’ in the second place. Harrison Ford’s adaptation of Jack London’s novel made $40.2 million worldwide.

Paramount is also in talks about bringing a sequel to the live-action. Rumors have it that Dwayne Johnson is in discussion to play ‘The Knuckles’. Despite the critics, the movie has been receiving positive feedback, especially with the nice bump on the CGI and design for Sonic as well as Jim Carrey’s touch to his character as Robotnik.

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