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Jim Carrey Credits Trailer Backlash for Making 'Sonic the Hedgehog' Better

AceShowbiz Saturday, 15 February 2020 ()
The live-action adaptation of the SEGA console game has undergone changes at the titular character's looks after its teaser, which was released in April, drew negative reactions from fans.
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News video: Jim Carrey believes Sonic the Hedgehog redesign made the film better

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Jim Carrey believes Sonic the Hedgehog redesign made the film better The release date of the adventure comedy movie was pushed back after a fan backlash to the initial design of the hedgehog, but Carrey, who plays villain Dr. Robotnik, now feels the delay has actually "turned out to be a great...

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