The Sonic Boom video game is coming to PC and Mac.
But for fans, the news is a bit more interesting than a game.
It’s a movie.
“Sonic” singer Maria Shriver is the director of the film.
She is the wife of the man behind the film, John Williams.
And she’s also the mother of the video game character Sonic Boom.
Shriver has a special bond with her son, who plays Sonic Boom on the Xbox 360.
“I can’t wait to see how he feels when he sees that,” she told CBC News.
She has been filming her husband, and her son on set since January. “
He said he had no idea he would get to make it.”
She has been filming her husband, and her son on set since January.
The film is being produced by her company, Shriver Productions.
They are working with some of the game’s original designers to adapt the characters for the big screen.
Shrier said her husband was always inspired by the video games.
“There are so many different aspects of the Sonic Boom story,” she said.
“And I really love the fact that there is a little bit of a film in there.”
Sonic Boom will be a part of the Nintendo Switch lineup.
Mario stars in the game, and it’s being developed for the console by Nintendo.