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Are Entertainment Companies Killing Hollywood And Then Blaming YOU?

In a world where it seems as though doomsday is right around every corner and there is nothing we can do about it, we as a society need an escape from all the madness. A place to turn our brains off and ignore what is happening out in the real world while we entertain ourselves, and there is no better way to do that then go out and watch a movie. But, if we are constantly watching movies, then how come so many movies are critically scorned (by the fans or the critics themselves) and, as of late, have been having so much trouble either being a success or just barely making their budget back?

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“Sonic the Hedgehog” Opens To A $100 Million Worldwide So Far…

Who ever thought that the “Sonic the Hedgehog” film would become the holder of the world record for the highest grossing opening weekend video game film of all time. After such an abysmal first trailer, Sonic has raced its way into our hearts with a worthwhile effort in making a 90’s property relevant again.

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Jim Carrey Is Worrisome Over The “Sonic The Hedgehog” Redesign

The film industry is an ever changing one. Constantly weaving itself to the ever changing fan base as to entertain them, but when is that change to much? Is it to much when a company bends to the wills of its fans and postpones a movie while they adjust the entire film as to suit peoples needs? Well Jim Carrey believes that is where you have to draw the line.

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Sonic Redesign Release?

After being released earlier this year, the “Sonic the Hedgehog” film was met with an outstanding amount of criticism from fans and non-fans alike due to the horrible design of the titular character. Now, after being told we would be getting a redesign for the speedy blue hedgehog, we are met with this more character accurate design.

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Sonic Producer Says That Fans Will Be Happy With The Hedgehogs New Design

If you have not heard by now, “Sonic the Hedghog” the movie will be released in 2020. The movie was delayed over the excessive backlash for the film’s design of the beloved 90’s video game character. So, the team over at Paramount Pictures pledged to redo the character and supposedly, and according to producer, Tim Miller, fans may be pleased with this new design.

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“Sonic the Hedgehog” Release Date Is Pushed Back To 2020

After such harsh backlash from their fan base over the monstrosity that is “Sonic the Hedgehog“, Sega and Paramount Pictures have decided to change the design of the speedy blue hedgehog. This seems to have caused some problems in the editing bay because it has been announced that the film will be pushed back to 2020.

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After Fan Outcry, Sonic Will Be “Fixed” #gottafixfast

After the release of the three minute “Sonic the Hedgehog” movie, fans freaked out do to the horrible cgi version of the titular hero. With such backlash from the fan base, VFX artist Jeff Fowler pledged in a tweet that everyone at Paramount and Sega will be working to fix this monstrosity.

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The Problem With Nostalgia

The most common marketing tool, your fond memories are being sold back to you in shinier new forms that are in no way close to the original. Companies are praying off your childhood and you pay them money for it, whether it’s is good or not, just look at the “Sonic the Hedgehog” movie. A common tactic deployed by marketing agencies and businesses that provide entertainment, is nostalgia. Selling you something you already know is something that companies have been doing for ages, now this doesn’t sound to bad right? Wrong. It is the worst thing for the entertainment market, which is a very broad market.

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