Tim soon gets wrapped up in an adventure when he meets Pikachu, voiced by Reynolds.
It looks like the Pokemon will do the catching this time around.
However, today's Detective Pikachu trailer reminded a whole lot of fans that Pikachu is covered in fur.
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We may not have noticed it until Deadpool came around, but Ryan Reynolds has one of the most animated voices in Hollywood. For what it's worth, Detective Pikachu is a variant of the character, who claims to be a great detective and isn't as powerful or nimble as other Pikachu.
Pokemon: Detective Pikachu is set to release in theaters on Friday, May 10th, 2019.
The story begins as Detective Pikachu joins forces with a mourning 21-year-old Tim Goodman to help search for his mysteriously missing father. It's just amusing to see another trailer drop so soon; you have to wonder if it's because Disney wasn't happy with Monday's stolen thunder. 2017's Pokken Tournament DX for the Nintendo Switch has moved north of 1.3 million units since its release, and 2018's free-to-play Pokemon Quest for Switch, Android and iOS has notched over 7 million downloads. While there's probably no way fans will see every Pokemon receive a real-looking render in the movie, you can still see quite a few possibilities of what Pokemon might look like in real life in the movie's first trailer. Starring alongside Ryan Reynolds will be Justice Smith (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom) as Tim, Kathryn Newton (Lady Bird, HBO's Big Little Lies) as a junior reporter named Lucy, and Oscar nominee Ken Watanabe (Inception, The Last Samurai) as Lt. Yoshida.