It’s finally here, the “Detective Pikachu” trailer.
“Detective Pikachu” is the first live-action Pokemon movie in 22 years, with a lot of Pokemon creatures rendered realistically. It has a release date of May 10, 2019.
“Detective Pikachu” features Jigglypuff, Mr. Mime, Pancham, Joltik, Braviary, and a lot more.
Aside from the movie trailer, the official “Detective Pikachu” poster, which has a lot of Pokemon references, has also been revealed on Twitter.
Deadpool 2 star, Ryan Reynolds, is the voice of Pikachu.
While Justice Smith who starred in “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” movie, plays the role of Tim, who no longer wants to be a Pokemon trainer.
The following also stars in the “Detective Pikachu” movie: British singer and actress Rita Ora, Kathryn Newton, Bill Nighy, Ken Watanabe, and Suki Waterhouse.
Rob Letterman is the director of “Detective Pikachu”. He’s the one who directed the American horror comedy film, “Goosebumps”. Rob Letterman is also a big Pokemon fan.
I have all the original generation Pokemon cards.
We used to play the card game all the time even though we didn’t know the rules.
We would make up our own rules based off what we knew about the video game and the TV show.
– Rob Letterman