Sonic The Hedgehog is a cinematic success. The video game adaptation broke box office records, beating last year’s detective Pikachu to have the best opening for a video game film.
When a film is so successful, it retains
However, there were two fairly common elements of Sonic myths that were missing from the film. These were the Chaos Emeralds and Super Sonic.
Chaos emeralds are usually the main focal point of most Sonic games. At some point, you will need to collect the emeralds and keep them out of the hands of Doctor Robotnik, AKA Eggman. Sometimes, when Sonic encounters a final boss combat situation, he can absorb the energy of the Chaos Emeralds and transform into Super Sonic.
This is a version of Sonic that looks like a Super Saiyan from Dragon Ball Z. Its feathers stand up and turn yellow. It is also usually surrounded by a yellow aura of power.
Sonic The Hedgehog Movie’s Director Explains Why He Did Not Use The Chaos Emeralds Or Super Sonic In The Film
When asked by Sonic the Hedgehog director Jeff Fowler why Emeralds and Super Sonic were excluded from the film, he explained his reasoning.
“It didn’t make sense to introduce the Super Sonic thing yet,” he said. “I mean, there were very old versions of the script and outlines where … because we knew it was something very important in fan mythology, or the mythology that fans love.” And the chaos emeralds are definitely a huge part, even going back to the first game in 1991. And that was definitely something we were trying to see. For example: “Does it make sense to include one of them?” ”
The desire not to over complicate a standard origin story makes a lot of sense. Especially since everyone can talk about it since the release of this film, it’s its inevitable sequel. Leaving Super Sonic and the Chaos Emeralds out of the film makes sense when you watch it as a franchise. It gives us a new place to go.
The story of Sonic in this first film did not need Chaos Emeralds to be effective. However, in a sequel, this can increase the mis