Nintendo has updated their official Youtube channel with the Battle Pack Wave 2 launch trailer for Pokkén Tournament DX. For those who are unaware, Battle Pack Wave 2 includes: New Playable Character: Blastoise New Support Pokémon: Mew, Celebi New avatar clothing options Wave 2 of the Pokkén Tournament DX Battle Pack is here! This wave contains Battle Pokémon Blastoise, a Support Pokémon set featuring Celebi and Mew, and Avatar items. Battle Pack Wave 2 is now available for Pokkén Tournament DX.
Nintendo has recently posted a new trailer for Detective Pikachu on their official Youtube channel. The latest trailer features another look at the premise of the game and also features a sneak peak into Mewtwo’s Dub voice for the game. Detective Pikachu along with the associated Pikachu Amiibo will be released on March 23. This is no ordinary Pikachu. He’s grumpy…talks a lot…and fancies himself a “great detective.” One day he meets Tim, who’s searching for his missing father in Ryme City, where something is causing Pokémon to run amok. Track down clues…interview people and Pokémon…andRead More
The official Japanese Pokémon Youtube channel has updated with a trailer for the 2018 film. The film will be titled, Pokémon Everyone’s Story,” and is set to premiere in July. The trailer shows a look at several of the characters that will be featured in the film. The new characters include: Lisa with her Eevee Kagachi with his Sudowoodo Torito, a researcher with his Chansey Hisui with his Togepi, Totodile, Smoochum & Marill Rarugo No other details are confirmed at this time so stay tuned for updates.
Yesterday, Nintendo updated their official Youtube channel with a new trailer for the Detective Pikachu Nintendo 3DS video game. The latest trailer features a look at the game’s story and setting. Detective Pikachu as well as the Detective Pikachu Amiibo will be released on March 23. In Detective Pikachu, a new game coming on March 23rd for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, you can team up with the self-proclaimed “great detective” Pikachu to solve a puzzling case involving oddly behaving Pokémon and discover a possible connection to the mysterious Mewtwo
The Hollywood Reporter has recently reported that Rita Ora will be joining the cast for the Live-Action Detective Pikachu film, although currently her role in the film has not been revealed. The current cast list includes: Justice Smith Kathryn Newton Ken Watanabe: Detective Yoshida Ryan Reynolds: Detective Pikachu Bill Nighy Chris Geere Rita Ora No other details are confirmed at this time so stay tuned for updates.
The Hollywood Reporter has recently reported that Bill Nighy and Chris Geere have joined the cast for the Live-Action Detective Pikachu film. The current cast for the film includes: Justice Smith Kathryn Newton Ken Watanabe: Detective Yoshida Ryan Reynolds: Detective Pikachu Bill Nighy Chris Geere Currently their characters have not been confirmed at this time so stay tuned for updates.
The Hollywood Reporter has reported that Ken Watanabe is joining the cast of the live-action Detective Pikachu film. For those who are unaware, Ken Watanabe, has starred in various films such as The Last Samurai, Ashita no Kioku/Memories of Tomorrow, and as Dr. Serizawa in the recent Godzilla film by Legendary Pictures. Ken Watanabe will be playing a new character that be featured in the film named Detective Yoshida. Detective Pikachu will premiere on May 10, 2019.
The official Pokémon YouTube Channel has updated with a new trailer for Detective Pikachu. The trailer features a short preview of the game’s story as well as the English cast for the game. For those who are unaware, Detective Pikachu is a spin-off game based on the Pokémon franchise that was developed by Creatures Inc., and published by The Pokémon Company. The game features a talking Pikachu who helps the main protagonist named Tim solve cases throughout Ryme City and also discover the whereabouts of his missing father. The game was originally released as a Japanese E-ShopRead More
The official Pokémon Youtube channel has updated with announcement video for a Pokémon movie marathon on Disney XD. The announcement video features a montage of most of the Pokémon films that have aired or released so far. The montage was first shown before the international theatrical airings of Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!. The Pokémon movie marathon will start on 10 A.M. on January 1, 2018 with the first three Pokémon films. The films will continuing airing on January 2 at 6 P.M. and air daily until January 19. On those days Disney XD will be airing several episodes of the anime before kicking off with the films. Those who missedRead More
Deadline has reported the premiere details for the upcoming Detective Pikachu film. For those who haven’t been following the film, Detective Pikachu is a live-action adaptation of the Pokémon spin-off game of the same name. As reported earlier, Detective Pikachu will star Ryan Reynolds as the titular character and he will play alongside Justice Smith and Kathyrn Newton. Detective Pikachu will premiere on May 10, 2019.
The official Japanese Pokémon Youtube channel has updated with a new teaser trailer for the next Pokémon film. While it doesn’t feature any clear details about the film outside of the film being produced once again by OLM and WIT Studio. The trailer did however, revealed the premiere date for the film. Pokémon The Movie 2018 is set to premiere on July 13th 2018. No other details are confirmed at this time so stay tuned for updates.
Yesterday, The Hollywood Repoter reported that Ryan Reynolds is joining the cast of the live-action Detective Pikachu film. Ryan Reynolds will be portraying the titular detective himself so expect some crazy adventures along the way. As reported earlier, the other main lead roles will be portrayed by Kathryn Newton and Justice Smith. The story features Smith’s character as he searches for the whereabouts of his kidnapped father. Along the way he will be meeting Newton’s character who is said to be “sassy journalist” and Detective Pikachu who will help him on his journey. Currently no other details areRead More
Variety has reported that Kathryn Newton is joining the cast of Legendary’s live-action Detective Pikachu film as the head female lead. Kathryn will be co-star alongside the main lead male character, which will be portrayed by Justice Smith. As reported earlier the film will be directed by Rob Letterman and the script will be written by Nicole Perlman and Alex Hirsch. The live-action Detective Pikachu film will be distributed by Universal Pictures outside of Japan while the film will distributed by Toho in Japan. Currently no other details are confirmed at this time so stay tuned for updates.