Sonic The Hedgehog 2: James Marsden about acting in front of a CGI character

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 - Official 'Put a Ring On It' Clip (2022) James Marsden, Natasha Rothwell
In Sonic the hedgehog 2, James Marsden repeats his role by Tom Wachowski, the Green Hills Sheriff. In the first film, Tom and Sonic become close friends (although no best friends, since Tom’s dog surpasses Sonic). In the movies, Sonic has the voice of Ben Schwartz, and Marsden has to act next to a CGI character, what he has to present some difficulties for an actor! In an interview with Chris Killian of, Marsden spoke about whether this repressed or not the ability to improvise him.

“Yes, we have those opportunities to play a little with that. But the script was so perfect when we started. You enter and you get what is written on the page, “said Marsden. Marsden continued to reveal that Sonic had a substitute in the film, which would read Schwartz lines with him. The actor also affirms that the director Jeff Fowler and the producers supported him at the time of improvising.

“As long as we find something that sits fresh and fun, they are really open and trust us that we will not be an improvisation artists who occur bad ideas. There is a kind of loose sensation of fun in placing. “

Of course, it is worth noting that Marsden has a work history with CGI characters, previously appearing in brincar in 2011, and then Sonic the hedgehog in 2020. At this point, Marsden looks like a professional when dealing with CGI characters, but it is interesting Take a look at the impact you have on your ability to act. It remains to be seen how the public will feel about the finished product, and if the best jokes came to the film, but with sonic the hedgehog 2 programmed to reach the cinemas on April 8, the fans will not have to wait a lot more to discover it! Until then, readers can see all our previous coverage of the film here.

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