Ryan Reynolds to star in live-action 'Detective Pikachu' Pokémon movie

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The story will reportedly revolve around the disappearance of the father of the character essayed by Smith, which forces him to take Pikachu's help. Newton will play a "sassy journalist" who will aid them on the journey. Rob Letterman of the "Goosebumps" movie will begin directing around January in London.

The Deadpool star is shifting away from his X-rated superhero and starring as Pikachu in the live-action Pokémon movie Detective Pikachu. In the meantime, we're going to fire up our Pokémon Go apps so we're ready when more news comes out!

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Remember how weird it seemed past year that a live-action Hollywood movie based on Detective Pikachu was getting made?

Ryan Reynolds will star in the upcoming Pokemon movie Detective Pikachu from Lionsgate.

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Reynolds will join Kathryn Newton and Justice Smith in Detective Pikachu, which is based on the popular gaming franchise. He is described as "a self-styled investigator who is good at finding things", and he will soon find himself on the biggest case of his career. Who could possibly turn down the role of Detective Pikachu? Reynolds will not only voice the character, but also provide motion capture, as well.

Meanwhile, Reynolds is gearing up for the release of his hotly anticipated action-comedy epic Deadpool 2, which is set to explode into theaters June 1.

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