A performance that Paramount owes in large part to the United States, where Jeff Fowler’s family film cumulates 190.6 million dollars, which is better than any other video game adaptation on this market. The film also found notable success in the UK ($34.3 million), Mexico ($22.1 million), France ($17.3 million), Australia ($16.6 million). dollars) and in Brazil (12 million dollars) knowing that it has not yet been released in Japan.
By way of comparison, the first Sonic film had stopped its race around 320 million dollars at the box office, in however particular circumstances since a certain virus was about to change the game and cause the first containment measures everywhere in the world. Unsurprisingly, Paramount is already preparing a 3rd Sonic film, not to mention the production of a series which will be broadcast on Paramount + and which should not be confused with the Sonic Prime series to come on Netflix.
Uncharted and sonic 2 Both are now in the top 5 of the biggest video game adaptations to the cinema. The podium is made up of Warcraft ($439 million, mainly thanks to the Chinese market), Detective Pikachu ($433 million) and rampage ($428 million). Waiting for mario come and make everyone agree?
On the game side, remember that Sonic Origins is out today on all platforms and that the melancholy Sonic Frontiers is preparing its release for the end of the year.