The movie is based on a 2016 Japanese video game that requires players to solve mysteries with the help of a talking Pikachu dressed like Sherlock Holmes. Now, Reynolds is in charge of bringing the mascot character to life. Plot details of his solo film have not yet been revealed in full, but it has been confirmed that the movie will be a blend of CGI and live-action. With Reynolds in place, Legendary now has its principal cast and crew in place.
Alongside Reynolds in the first non-cartoon Pokémon adventure will be Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom's Justice Smith and Kathryn Newton from Big Little Lies, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Goosebumps helmer Rob Letterman is on board to direct the project, which is scheduled to start filming in London mid-January. In fact, some of us might have been on that train lobbying for Danny DeVito to don the hat and take on the role of Detective Pikachu. One day, Pikachu encounters a boy named Tim Goodman, who is able to understand what he is saying. Essentially, Danny DeVito is the exact opposite of the standard Pikachu, which is what would have made it amusing.
Luke Shaw will get more chances at Manchester United, says Jose Mourinho
While his performance was full of running and explosive sprints, he carried this energy through much of an impressive second half. He's been publicly called out by his manager and had to deal with reports of United's interest in Danny Rose amongst others.
Ryan Reynolds has gotta catch 'em all - all the criminals, that is.
In addition to the casting, Hollywood Reporter also detailed a bit about the story.
We Just Discovered 2 Super-Earths
K2-18b orbits the star K2-18 (see how that works?), and while it's quite a ways from our own Solar System, it might be worth the trip.
In 2017, Donald Trump is President, Mister Sulu is a possible sex pest, OJ Simpson is walking around as a free man, and Ryan Reynolds will be playing a sentient yellow blob who solves crimes and speaks with a amusing voice.
Angels trade prospect to get more money to pursue Shohei Ohtani
Shortly thereafter, the Angels sent outfield prospect Jacob Pearson to the Twins , also for $ 1 million in worldwide slot money. The Angels, who last week picked up $1.21 million in a trade with the Braves , are up to $2.315 million.