Three film and TV studios decided to throw away their latest online trailers on Monday, as opposed to spreading love during the week. Each of them is intriguing, but their combined nerd power allows us to see what is to come from the three world premieres.
The highlight of this year's explosion of the Veterans Day trailer Detective Pikachu, live action (and definitely Western) takes a strange video game with the same name. This title means a few things. First of all, just like in the game, the spectrum of the Pokemon universe seems to exist outside the collection of games and anime. This means that there are no signs of famous human figures such as Ash, Daisy, Brock or Team Rocket.
Secondly, the film focuses on a special version of Pikachu, which speaks the same language as people, but can only be heard by his best friend … and works to solve the puzzles. In this case, the mystery seems to revolve around the missing father of a young boy – and how his disappearance stopped the boy from living as a pokemon trainer.
As seen in the above gallery and trailer, the movie exists in a world filled with Pokemon, and that means we see Nintendo's first significant attempt to marry real actors and "realistic" Pokemon creatures. Pikachu, in particular, looks like a fuzzy stuffed animal come alive, while other popular pokemon characters have their own unexpected CGI touches. (For example, the plastic appearance of the Psyduck resembles the appearance of George & # 39; and Lucas from the '80s Howard the Duck doll.)
Between this cognitive dissonance and the sound of Ryan Reynolds voice coming out of Pikachu, we can say that Detective Pikachu it will be at least some weird movie. He debuts on May 11, 2019.
Disney-Pixar made its debut with its own trailer uncovered for CGI Toy Story 4 also on Monday, although this has quite a lot of zero plot on offer. TL forms; DR: Known characters from Toy Story are laughing and playing slow motion until a new character appears. It's a talking announcer, and this new crew member is yelling, "I'm not a toy!" in this way, sending fun to spin your head.
Perhaps we only get one player who is not a toy, or maybe something strange happens in the world of Andy & # 39; that causes other items to wake up when people are not around. We will have to wait until the more obscure window "summer 2019" appears.
Last on the list is Mystery Science Theater 3000whose second season Netflix has already been announced a few months ago. Until now, we knew that the program will include the same cast of comedians (Jonah Ray, Felicia Day, Patton Oswalt) and robots with voice and that this second season will be held on Thanksgiving with six films.
We now know which films will be on offer, including the famous awful ones Mac and me and a modern "mockbuster" junk fire Atlantic Rim. What's more, all films will be presented with a torture of "watch them in a row" in the program's universe. Since the whole series is about torturing Jonah and his robot buddies, we're happy that the show absorbs Netflix's reputation as "binging".
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