Weeks of sneak previews, set pieces, police pursuits and stunts all came to a close after director Jeff Fowler officially announced late Wednesday that filming for the upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog movie sequel in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada has wrapped up.
Fowler, who also directed the original Sonic movie, published a photo of himself behind a backdrop of mushrooms on Twitter, and confirmed that the months-long film shoot has finished in Vancouver.
The Sonic movie crew is now half-way through their film shoot for the highly anticipated sequel, as they intend to travel to Hawaii to film additional scenes, as confirmed by Fowler and actress Tika Sumpter.
Next trip: Hawaii
In stark contrast to the publicly-available information provided by the British Columbia Film Commission, it is still unknown when filming in Hawaii will begin. Local film production outlet Reel News Hawaii rumoured that production may start in June, after two casting calls for extras in a “major feature film” were posted.
Both calls disclosed that filming will take place in the island of Oahu from 14 to 25 June.
As more details related to the filming of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 surface, Tails’ Channel will keep everyone up to date.