Hello, guys what’s up! Finally, the wait for Sonic and Hedgehog 2 is almost is at the edge. The upcoming film with comic touch going to take you on a crazy ride once again. After the great success of the first movie, Sonic the Hedgehog is now all set for a more interesting sequel.
Sonic and Hedgehog 2 release date, cast and crew, and recent updates will be seen in this article. The Sonic the Hedgehog film series is based on the video game series which was started by Sega in 1991. In this sequel, Jeff Fowler is the director, and Pat Casey, Josh Miller, and John Whittington are the writers.
It seems to be there is a lot of excitement in the sequel live-action animation movie for sure. So, we’ve shown all the details about the Sonic the Hedgehog sequel film including updates on the release date, plot, cast and characters, trailers, and more
Sonic and Hedgehog 2: Release Date
- Initially, the release date was announced for April 8, 2022, but according to recent information received it is going to be released on March 31, 2022, in the United States by Paramount pictures.
Sonic and Hedgehog 2: Trailer
The first official trailer of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 was released on December 10, 2021. The video tells, Sonic is assisting the police as a vigilante hero. It also revealed the re-entry of Dr. Robotnik aka and introduce Colleen O’Shaughnessey as Tails and Idris Elba as Knuckles.
Sonic and Hedgehog 2: Cast and Crew
As this is a sequel movie all the major characters are the same and some additional characters have been added. See the character details below.
- Ben Schwartz is the voice of Sonic along with Jim Carrey as Dr. Robotnik (who is now called Dr. Eggman).
- James Marsden and Tika Sumpter as Tom and Maddie Wachowski respectively.
- New character roles include Idris Elba, who will be voicing Knuckles, and Colleen O’Shaughnessey as a voice actor for Tails.
- Lee Majdoub will also be returning as Agent Stone.
- Other cast members included in the upcoming movie are Shemar Moore, Natasha Rothwell, and Adan Pally.
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