The first production indications of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 have begun to appear in the Metro Vancouver area as principal filming approaches next week.
Production signs related to the sequel were spotted in the suburb of Burnaby, located east of Vancouver. The finding was brought to light by Twitter user dottie10, and both Hollywood North Buzz and insiders at Tails’ Channel have learned that the signs were related to the Sonic movie sequel.
One of the production signs hinted to REFI, the initialism of Red Energy Films Inc., Paramount’s in-house production company for the sequel.
The signs were spotted at the intersection of Sprott Street and Kensington Avenue, right across Burnaby Lake regional park. The pointers were situated north towards Sprott Street, along the side of numerous sports and recreational venues.
It is unknown if filming will commence at the sports complex or the intersection as neither the British Columbia Film Commission or Red Energy Films, Inc. published a film permit at the time of publication. Though, it does mean that a certain number of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 crew members are planning to be occupy somewhere around the recreational park area.
The filming for Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is expected to begin 15 March.
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