The video in question, and if the timestamp isn't working, he talks about it at 51:31. Specifically, he's said that his agent did contact Sega to see what's possible, but that there's a lot of factors we aren't aware of. It's also worth noting that Sega was VERY hands-off when it came to the movie. Paramount bought the license and that was pretty much it in terms of oversight. While they may seek some consistency, it's also very likely they're inclined to let Paramount do their own thing while Sega does it's own thing with Sonic.