Another trailer for Pokemon: Detective Pikachu has been shared by actor Ryan Reynolds.
Ryan Reynolds Posts A New Trailer For Detective Pikachu
The trailer of the upcoming film was shared by Ryan Reynolds on his twitter handle, writing, “He’ll follow those clues no matter where they… oh look, something shiny.”
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) February 26, 2019
Reynolds Will Voice Pikachu in Pokemon: Detective Pikachu.
The Pokemon franchise is about twenty years old now, and from its original 150 characters, it has now over 800 characters under its belt and lot of games. Pokemon: Detective Pikachu will take a lot of fans on a nostalgic ride to see their childhood favourites.
42 year-old Ryan Reynolds shared the first trailer for the film on Twitter, announcing his involvement in the film. He wrote, “I think we all knew I’d wind up as a miniature detective repeatedly saying the same two words. Just didn’t think it’d be this soon.”
Detective Pikachu: Plot
The film is made by Warner Bros, in conjunction with The Pokemon Company. Pokemon: Detective Pikachu is set to be the first live-action film in the Pokemon universe.
The story will see Pikachu helping Tim, played by Justice Smith to solve a mystery, with a villain in the film speculated to be Greninja, a dark frog-like Pokemon.
Detective Pikachu is based on a video game of the same name, which sees Pikachu solving mysteries.
Just in case, you’re oblivious to Pikachu, he’s one of the most iconic Pokemon in the franchise, taking the world by storm since it came out.
Nintendo’s Pokemon franchise has sold more than 300 million copies around the world, shipping out billions of trading cards. It has been the subject of an animated series, so it’s safe to assume that the film may be a blockbuster.
Pokemon: Detective Pikachu will release on May 10, 2019.