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Pokémon: Detective Pikachu (also known as Detective Pikachu) is an upcoming family film directed by Rob Letterman and written by Nicole Perlman and Letterman, based on the video game of the same name. The film is an American and Japanese joint venture produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, Legendary Pictures, and The Pokémon Company. It will be the first live-action film based on the Pokémon franchise. The film stars Ryan Reynolds as the voice of Detective Pikachu, with Justice Smith, Kathryn Newton and Ken Watanabe in live-action roles.

So after many years Pokémon finally came in a real life based movie. With a different main hero/trainer Tim Goodman  and a fluffy Pikachu. After watching the trailer, we came to know that, this movie is based on Detective Pikachu Game in which the Tim Goodman  and the talking pikachu (Whose voice can only be hear by the Tim Goodman  other people can only hear pika pika) goes for a journey to find Tim Goodman's  Father . In this movie Pikachu is so much fluffy and also based on old pikachu design from manga.
Pikachu looks adorable in this movie. Finally a movie with Lot's of real life texture no more old cartoon/anime style. Mr. mime in this trailer looks a  lot creepy ( I think only to me). Charizard looks like a real dragon(In real Charizard isn't a dragon type).

See how much terrifying this creature is 

 It is scheduled to be released by Warner Bros. Pictures in RealD 3D on May 10, 2019, making it the first Pokémon film to get a wide theatrical release in the United States since Pokémon 3: The Movie in 2001.


In the Pokémon universe, Tim Goodman (Justice Smith) is a failed Pokémon Trainer and the son of prominent detective Harry Goodman. When his father disappears in a car crash, Tim arrives in Ryme City and ends up meeting Detective Pikachu (Ryan Reynolds) who was Harry's former Pokémon partner. Tim is somehow able to understand the Detective and they reluctantly team up to find Harry and uncover the mystery surrounding his disappearance.


Ryan Reynolds as the voice of Detective Pikachu, an unusually and exceptionally smart Pikachu, who can speak.Ikue Ōtani as Detective Pikachu's normal Pikachu voice, as heard by humans other than Tim.Justice Smith as Tim Goodman, a young man looking for his missing father. He is also Detective Pikachu's partner, and the only person capable of hearing him speak.Kathryn Newton as Lucy Stevens, a reporter accompanied by a Psyduck.Ken Watanabe as Detective Yoshida, a Ryme City detective and friend of Harry Goodman's.Paul Kitson as Harry Goodman, the missing father of Tim Goodman, a famous Ryme City detective.Karan Soni as JackOmar Chaparro as SebastianRita OraBill NighySuki WaterhouseChris Geere


In April 2016, it was reported that Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures were in negotiations for live-action film rights to Pokémon.Later in July 2016, Legendary was nearing to close a deal for the film. On July 20, 2016, it was announced that Legendary and The Pokémon Company International had signed on a deal together to make the first live-action film in the franchise, which would be based on the video game Detective Pikachu. Initially, Universal Pictures would handle the distribution outside Japan, while Toho would handle the Japanese distribution. On August 16, 2016, Nicole Perlman and Alex Hirsch were in negotiations with Legendary to write the screenplay. On November 30, 2016, Legendary hired Rob Letterman to direct the film, which the studio had fast-tracked for production to start in 2017.

On July 25, 2018, Warner Bros. Pictures announced they would take over worldwide distribution duties (except in Japan and China) from Universal, with the release date unchanged. The reason for adapting Detective Pikachu came from The Pokémon Company and Letterman's desire to make a movie that focused on another character besides Ash Ketchum. On the premise, Letterman stated, "The Pokémon Company, they’ve already made many, many movies of Ash, and they came to Legendary with this idea of using a new character. So when I came onboard, I was pitched this character of Detective Pikachu, and I fell in love with the story behind it."


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