As the neighbourhood of Fort Langley, British Columbia prepares for filming of the upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog movie sequel, new images may have indicated that it will be a stand-in for the titular character’s “hero town”, Green Hills, Montana.
“Little Town with a Big Heart”
It recently came to light that the Sonic crew will not be returning to Ladysmith for the sequel, which played an important role establishing Sonic’s presence on Earth. And now, thanks to photos taken by onlookers, it has been suggested that the village community of 3,400 residents is going to be used as a stand-in for the fictional Montana town.
A photo of a building located at Glover Road and Mavis Avenue was taken by Jordan Savage. It showcased various banners with the “Green Hills” name.
In the first film, the fictional town of Green Hills, also known as the “Little Town with a Big Heart”, hosted the residence of Tom and Maddie Wachowski. The town was also where Sonic spent hidden for ten years.
Temporary set nearly complete
A block away from the Green Hills signage at Mavis Avenue was the previously reported temporary set at Mary Avenue. Photos from content creator Priscilla Du Preez illustrated an impermanent façade of a building near an intersection.
As more developments related to Sonic the Hedgehog 2 come to light, Tails’ Channel will do its best to keep everyone updated and informed.
2:03 am ET: Article updated to embed new tweet from @Ziggyfin.