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You Can Get a Digital Sonic Movie Copy on March 31, 2020

Paramount has a nice shock for everybody who will discover themselves at house over the subsequent few weeks. Sonic the Hedgehog is racing to sure storefronts early. People will be capable of get the digital Sonic film copy from retailers like Amazon and Apple TV on March 31, 2020.

This solely applies to the digital Sonic film copies. If somebody desires to lease it or get a bodily Blu-ray or DVD, they must wait till the official launch on May 19, 2020. However, the content material out there ought to be almost similar.

In the press launch revealing the early digital Sonic Movie launch, Paramount confirmed some particular bonuses shall be out there on it and Blu-ray copies. You’ll have optionally available commentary from Ben Schwartz, who voiced Sonic, and Jeff Fowler, the director. There shall be two Jim Carrey specials, with one going over Sonic the Hedgehog and the opposite about being Dr. Robotnik. There’ll be a background documentary known as The Blue Blur: Origins of Sonic. Schwartz will take individuals across the set. There shall be an Around the World in 80 Seconds characteristic. Plus, there’ll the Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Yachty, & Sueco the Child “Speed Me Up” video and totally different blooper and deleted scene outtakes. Some of those options will apparently solely be out there by some retailers for digital copies, so preserve that in thoughts when buying.

Sonic the Hedgehog shall be out there digitally on March 31, 2020, with bodily copies and digital leases approaching May 19, 2020. As a reminder, a particular Sonic presentation, to exchange the missed SXSW panel, will appear in April 2020.

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