In 2019 he landed on the big screen Detective Pikachu and, four years later, the film is still remembered as one of the best cinematic adaptations of a video game. Given the success of the work, which was worth 433 million dollars worldwide, already at the time there was no shortage of rumors relating to a possible sequel but a statement made by the lead actor Justice Smith in 2021 he extinguished all hope. Today, with the world of film adaptations of video games increasingly in development, it seems that the possibility of a sequel for the film starring the pokémon Mouse is finally reappearing.
An internal source to Legendary Entertainment has recently given an interview to Polygon where he just talked about how the production of Detective Pikachu 2 is actually still ongoing despite rumors to the contrary. The Pokémon Company has not yet exposed herself on the subject and the identity of whoever is working on the film is still unknown, however it seems that this time they are not benji summit e Dan Hernandez to take care of the screenplay.
The two writers spoke about their experience with Detective Pikachu in a recent interview related to their latest film Koala Manit seems to work with Pokémon was difficult due to too many issues regarding ownership of the rights to the characters. Knowing the ending of the first film at the moment it seems difficult to imagine a plot for a second but the character, certainly bordering on the surreal, can only offer many possibilities.
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