New Detective Pikachu Movie Trailer Shows Off Lots Of New Pokémon

Pikapika

Pikapika

The Detective Pikachu movie's eclectic cast consists of Golden Globe nominee Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool) as the titular talking Pokemon with Justice Smith (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom), Kathryn Newton (Big Little Lies), Oscar nominee Ken Watanabe (The Last Samurai), Suki Waterhouse (Assassination Nation), Rita Ora (Fifty Shades Freed) and Golden Globe victor Bill Nighy (Gideon's Daughter). The Pikachu is furry and cuddly.

Despite what he says in this newly published video promoting Warner Bros.' upcoming Detective Pikachu movie, Ryan Reynolds isn't actually known for disappearing into his roles-unless you count putting on the Deadpool mask as disappearing. After seeing the film's second trailer, which premiered today, it's not hard to understand why. In that spirit, just know that the latest trailer gives you a look at the great and powerful Mewtwo (!) causing psychic destruction, and all other manner of real-world creatures wandering through a city that looks like what would happen if Blade Runner's future was full of sunshine.

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He's so small it's hard to tell exactly what the film's version of him will look like, but the basic shape indicates that there's not going to be a huge departure from the character we've seen in the Pokémon games, movies and guest starring in Smash Bros. Careful listeners will even hear a few notes of the classic theme song from the original cartoon series soundtracking the preview. Detective Pikachu is convinced that Harry is still alive, with a shot of Tim's father crawling from the burning wreckage of a vehicle potentially confirming the tiny Detective's hunch. Check out the pocket monster-stuffed trailer below.

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