In truth, I really wish that the rights to SEGA's Sonic the Hedgehog series had gone to some other company other than Sony Pictures, especially if they're deciding to do it live-action. I've never even seen Deadpool, yet they hired the producer of that film for this one. Oh, why did Sonic have to go to Sony?? The company that created the beloved timeless classic like 'The Emoji Movie'?? Are there ANY Sonic fans working down there that care about that franchise as much as the fandom does? I've SEEN the irrationality of those guys, and it is CRAZY. I just don't think that Sony is the studio to really handle the Sonic franchise. If anything, I think Disney could make a better Sonic movie, judging by Sonic's few cameos in Wreck-It Ralph. Their Sonic animations are just as good as the CG trailers used for the latest Sonic games. I would be more relieved if Genndy Tartakovsky were given the task of directing; the guy KNOWS how to pull of both cartoony visuals and violent action, judging by the Hotel Transylvania franchise and Samurai Jack. He would be MORE than capable to pull off a good Sonic movie, especially since the character has defined the 2D generation of side-scrolling platforming. The Sonic franchise as a whole from the beginning, had a fetish for vast, speedy environments, bursting with color and rather random and unorthodox structures, judging by the Japanese promotional art and Sonic CD of course. It's music was very melodious and iconic. That's what really cemented Sonic into my childhood. Putting a world like that into live-action is challenging. I feel that Tartakovsky(or Craig McCracken, Paul Rudish, Rob Renzetti)would be the guys to be able to successfully translate that bizzare Japanese take on the series to a Western audience, pleasing the adults that grew up with the games as well as intriguing younger audiences. Wander over Yonder is literally everything a good Sonic cartoon SHOULD have been; bizzare, vibrant environments, orgasmic soundtrack, over-the-top characterization, and most importantly, FAST ACTION. If the Wander crew were working on this movie, then I would be relieved. The reason for my anxiety for the movie is that this is Sonic's first WESTERN big-screen appearance, and it being in live-action only increases that anxiety. I'm worried it will fall into the same trap as HOP, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Yogi Bear, Cars, Cats and Dogs and Smurfs. What if it doesn't respect the source material or translate it well enough?? What if it ends up shallow like Emoji?? What if there are no equally Sonic obsessed people working on the movie? So many things could go wrong! This movie could end up TARNISHING the Sonic franchise, much like the franchise itself, and end up failing to cater toward the Sonic fanbase, as well as the uninitiated. I guess what I want most in a Sonic movie, if it had to be made, is to focus on the individualized environments Sonic visits, especially in the old Genesis games. The music also has to be enjoyable too. Many zones in those early Sonic games are capable of telling their own stories: Chemical Plant is a metallurgical chemical factory that produces this toxic blue goop; who could be behind it? And for what purpose? Studiopolis is this bold, and stylish skyscraper of a town consumed of technology and Eggman produced goods, and the music adds to its pop-culture indulging theme. Hill Top Zone gives off a hillbilly, country vibe, Spring Yard is more of an urban city, and Mirage Saloon is more wild west influenced. Marble Zone especially contains a lot of questions: what reduced this once prosperous kingdom into rubble and lava? Who was the owner of this castle? Why are there so many traps? Was it once a dungeon, or a castle? And obviously, Green Hill Zone MUST be integral to Sonic's history, as it was his first level: why does he keep running to those other generic Green Hills, like Emerald Hill, Palmtree Panic, Emerald Coast, Windy Hill, Seaside Hill, Neo South Island, Sunset Hill, take your pick, there has to be a connection between Sonic and the first level, maybe personal or even deep. Those early levels have as much personality and iconography as the characters themselves; it's the reason these games and franchise has endured throughout the ages. But that's my opinion on what I think should be in a Sonic the Hedgehog movie. But what do YOU think should be prominent in the Western interpretation of Sonic the Hedgehog's silver screen appearance?