Legendary's live-action Pokemon movie Detective Pikachu has tapped The Get Down actor Justice Smith for the lead role, Variety reports. Goosebumps helmer Rob Letterman is attached to direct, with Guardians of the Galaxy scribe Nicole Perlman and Gravity Falls series creator Alex Hirsch on board to whip up the script.
No other stars or a release date have yet been revealed.
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Is a live action Pokémon movie something that gets your Jigglypuff twitching, or is this going to be a case of missing the boat on the Pokémon Go phenomenon?
Directed by Rob Letterman, the new Pokémon project from Legendary Entertainment is the first in a series that will be based on the Nintendo 3DS game "Meitantei Pikachu: Shin Konbi Tanjyou", or "Great Detective Pikachu: The Birth of a New Duo", which was released exclusively in Japan on February 3, 2016. Universal Pictures will distribute Detective Pikachu to remaining global territories.
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Pokemon became a phenomenon when Pokemon Red and Blue made their way to the United States back in 1998, after originally being introduced in Japan two years prior.
You may have also seen him in the big-screen adaptation of John Green novel Paper Towns.
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After saying that he would rather "wear out" than "rust out" Jackson asks that people "KEEP HOPE ALIVE". Jackson emerged as a prominent voice in the civil rights movement in 1960s.