American movie industry website Variety reported today that a live-action Pokémon series was in development at Netflix. The report is saying that its sources confirmed that it would be a live-action series like Pokémon Detective Pikachu. Catch all the details after the jump!
May 22nd marks the first time that the 2019 Detective Pikachu live-action film will be broadcast on Nippon TV in Japan, and to celebrate the Pokémon Center Online and Pokémon Center and Pokémon Store retail locations are offering a special promotional card for the Pokémon trading card game: a scrunchy-face version of Detective Pikachu. Hit the jump to learn more.
With less than two weeks to Christmas, employees of the Vancouver branch of CG studio Moving Picture Company discovered it would be closing its doors. Much is still unknown about the move, including how many will be affected. Get what we know so far after the jump.
The nominees for the 47th Annie Awards have been revealed, representing a wide array of features and shorts showcasing excellence in animation. As usual, there's a little bit of anime in the mix, and this time the main honors go to Weathering with You, PROMARE, and Okko's Inn. Read on for more.
The title character of Detective Pikachu won hearts in theaters, but one of the most popular things about him has been his smooshy sad face. The Pokémon Company noticed, and now a sad Detective Pikachu plush toy is in the works! Get a look after the jump.
Japanese toy/figure maker MegaHouse (Bandai Namco group) has listed a life-size high-end action doll of Pikachu from the live-action film Pokemon Detective Pikachu at the price of 21,780 yen (about 199 US dollars). Pre-orders for the 40 cm-tall item will be accepted at select stores from May 25. Check out its lovely details after the jump!
In its second weekend of release in Japan, Pokemon Detective Pikachu, the live-action film adaptation of the 2016 video game of the same name, jumped up to the top spot in the ticket sales ranking from third in its opening weekend, with 312 million yen from the 209,000 tickets sales. Hit the jump for more details.
It may not have been able to take down the record-breaking reign of Avengers: Endgame, but Pokémon: Detective Pikachu managed to break a record of its own during its first weekend in the U.S. box office. Read on for more!