A movie based on Pokemon and the video game Detective Pikachu has found its star.
According to Variety, up-and-comer Justice Smith will take the lead role in the new movie being developed by Legendary. He’s best known for roles in the book-to-film adaptation of Paper Towns and Netflix’s The Get Down.
The movie is based on the Pokemon spinoff Detective Pikachu. According to a synopsis of the game: “Despite not being as powerful and nimble as other Pikachu of his kind, [Detective Pikachu is] rather intelligent and claims to be a great detective. One day, Pikachu encounters a boy named Tim Goodman, who is able to understand what he is saying. Thus, the two begin working together to solve various mysteries revolving around Pokémon in the city.”
The project was put into motion a few months after the wild success of Pokemon Go, but hasn’t moved much in the past year. The film does not have a release date yet.
As previously reported, Goosebumps director Rob Letterman is slated to helm.
George R. R. Martin answers the pressing question: Will A Song of Ice and Fire end the same way as Game of Thrones?
Let's remember Dany for the good badass she's always been.
CBS is finally building up a solid group of shows with Black people in front of and behind the camera. But, there’s one obstacle that may keep people from watching its best Black shows
The 100 season 6, episode 3, “The Children of Gabriel,” is all about first times, first impressions and second chances.
In which I get upset at pill-microphone mechanics.
As a crucial plot point in both Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the multiverse theory is essential to the continued success of superhero franchises.
In Joanna Hogg’s new film The Souvenir, a trip down memory lane reveals profound truths about love, art, and personal identity.
Your Game of Thrones fan petition is dumb, please stop it.
Get ready to see more of Joshua Jackson on Hulu.