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The cast & crew of the upcoming sequel to the popular Sonic The Hedgehog movie, Sonic The Hedgehog 2, filmed for about a week in downtown Vancouver late last month & early this month.
The director is Jeff Fowler for this movie. The cinematographer is Brandon Trost.
Sadly, none of the cast, which includes James Marsden, Tika Sumpter, Jim Carrey, and Ben Schwartz were seen on set. It was entirely driving scenes they did, with some explosions mixed into the bunch.
The first night I went down, they worked on a driving scene with a camera attached to the front of a truck to giv ea 1st person view.Unfortunately, no way to know who, or what the view was from. They simply just drove down the street to the end of the block, where a street festival was set up.
The next night, I at least got to see the vehicles that were being used in the scene they shot that night. A security truck that said "Lock & Load" on it, was speeding thru the streets of "Seattle" while several Seattle PD cars chased it. I was actually impressed the speed that truck could get to. Again, for the time I was there, this was the only scene I saw them working on.
A few days later, I went back and checked out the scene 1 night, and caught them doing another chase scene with the same truck & cop cars, this time, it ended with an explosion down the street. Unsure what the context of what caused the explosion. Shortly after that (they had to wrap up the explosion scene by a specific time because of City rules) they moved ot doing a scene where a 1st person truck slowly went through a pile of cars, at a painstakingly slow pace. It seemed to just be looking around. Was it looking for someone, something? I dont know.
Attached below is some video from these shoots (along with some of the still photos you are seeing in this post after them)
Sonic The Hedgehog 2 is expected in theatres in April 2022.