Pokemon Detective Pikachu or Detective Pikachu an upcoming fantasy mystery movie, based on Video game (2016) of same name by The Pokemon Company and Santoshi Tajiri’s Pokemon Franchise, made in Production house Warner Bros Pictures, Legendary Pictures & The Pokemon Company, set to be released on May 10, 2019, distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures & Toho in RealD 3D at the United States and Japan. The movie first official trailer was released on November 12, 2018.
Cast & Crew:-
It’s Directed by “Rob Letterman”, Produced by “Mary Parent”, “Cale Boyter”, “Hidenaga Katakami” & “Don McGowan” with Screenplay by “Rob Letterman”, “Benji Samit” & “Dan Hernandez”, and Story written by “Rob Letterman” & “Tom McCarthy”.
Pokemon Detective Pikachu stars Ryan Reynolds as the voice of “Detective Pikachu”, Justice Smith as “Tim Goodman” a former Pokemon trainer, Kathryn Newton as “Lucy Stevens” a reporter, Suki Waterhouse as “Detective Yoshida”, Omar Chaparro as “Sebastian”, Paul Kitson as “Harry Goodman” , Chris Geere, Ken Watanabe & Bill Nighty in disclosed characters.
Henry Jackman gave the music of Pokemon Detective Pikachu, Cinematography by John Mathieson and Edited by Mark Sanger & James Thomas.
Detective Pikachu video game (2016) was Written by Tomakazu Ohara and Haruka Utsui, Directed by Naoki Miyashita and Developed by Creatures.
The movie Photography started on January 15, 2018, in London, England and Denver, Colorado and concluded on May 1, 2018. Detective Pikachu plot started when Tim Goodman, a former Pokemon Trainer, father gets disappeared in car crash and he arrives in Ryme City, where he met the detective Pikachu, who’s actually his father (Harry) former Pokemon partner and both Tim and Pikachu made up as a team to find Harry and soon discover the Pokemon Universe.
Its trailer becomes the most trending video and amused more than 100 million views and the English trailer gain over 1million likes within two days and 1.22million likes within five days. Trailer released in many languages like English, German, Spanish and so on.
Pokemon Detective Pikachu sequel is also planned on January 25, 2019, as Legendary Entertainment confirmed it through The Hollywood Reporter that “Oren Uziel already started writing the screenplay”.