Jim Carrey In Talks To Play Robotnik In Sonic The Hedgehog Film


The Sonic the Hedgehog film will star James Mardsen and Tika Sumpter.

According to Deadline, Jim Carrey is in talks to play the villian Robotnik in next year's live-action adaptation of the beloved video game, Sonic the Hedgehog.

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In the games, Robotnik, also called Doctor Eggman, is a plump villain who builds all kinds of robots and gadgets on his quest to take over the world. He is a scientist with aspirations of world domination. Moritz is producing with "Deadpool" director Tim Miller executive producing, along with Toby Ascher. Pat Casey & Josh Miller wrote the script.

In what has to be the most '90s story that you'll hear all day, Deadline is reporting that Carrey and his representatives are now working with Paramount films executives in order to secure the villainous role.

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No idea how this is gonna turn out - especially since there STILL hasn't been a genuinely good movie based on a video game - but we'll know for sure when Sonic The Hedgehog hits movie screens on 28 November 2019.

Jim Carrey is eyeing a villainous role in the forthcoming Sonic the Hedgehog film.

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When SEGA held an internal competition to come up with its new mascot - one that would rival Nintendo's mighty Mario - one of the suggestions was a jolly, portly, moustachioed fella who looked a lot like Eggman, albeit in pyjamas. He is also exec producing and starring in Showtime's "Kidding", which premieres in September.