A dedicated Pokémon fan has made her bootleg Chinese Detective Pikachu plushie look nearly as adorable as an authentic one after giving it a full makeover.
Japanese Twitter user @a_nyahandmade shared that she ordered a Detective Pikachu plushie from a seller in China but was shocked to find that it looked completely different when the package finally arrived. As the original image shows, the Chinese plushie looked a bit dull and slightly chubbier than it should.
A new life-sized plushie of “Detective Pikachu” with adjustable arms, legs, ears, and tails is now available for order online.
The plushie, which you can manipulate to any pose you want, is designed to be the same size as his movie version with a height of 40 centimeters (15.7 inches), according to Premium Bandai via SoraNews24.
A theater in Montreal, Canada has caused quite a panic after a member of staff played the horror movie “The Curse of La Llorona” instead of the movie they intended to play, “Detective Pikachu,” leaving dozens of kids crying and upsetting parents.
Pokémon fans who wanted to take a peek at the highly anticipated film “Detective Pikachu” got epically trolled by Warner Bros. with a fake full movie leak.
A feature-length video, which was made to appear like an illegal rip of the movie, was uploaded on YouTube on Tuesday, just days before the film’s worldwide release.
Warner Bros. has released the second trailer for the much-awaited Pokémon movie “Detective Pikachu,” and it features a whole cast of new monsters that were not present in the first trailer.
From Netflix’s “Death Note” to M. Night Shyamalan’s “The Last Airbender,” there’s been no shortage of terrible live-action adaptations of beloved animated properties in recent years. So when the trailer for “Pokémon Detective Pikachu” dropped this past Monday, it’s no surprise that many fans were reportedly just a little bit apprehensive.
Who would have thought Ryan Reynold’s next act would be voicing Pikachu in the just released Pokémon Detective Pikachu Trailer.
If you’ve always thought of Pikachu as this cute, yellow critter that mutters “pika” like rainbows and unicorns, now is the time to forget it.
That’s because the one in “Detective Pikachu,” out for the Nintendo 3DS on March 23, has the voice of a tormenting, middle-aged creeper.
Reynolds, perhaps best known for his portrayal of snarky superhero, Deadpool, will be teaming up with costars Justice Smith and Kathryn Newton in the Legendary Entertainment-produced film directed by Rob Letterman. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the movie will begin shooting mid-January in London.
The upcoming live-action Pokémon movie, “Detective Pikachu”, has found its leading star in Justice Smith, who is known for his role as Ezekiel ‘Books’ Figuero in Netflix’s “The Get Down”.
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 Feb. 3, 2016.