Alright, for all you people who complained that Pokémon Let's Go! Pikachu wasn't realistic enough in graphics, and want the next generation to be lifelike, the Pokémon Detective Pikachu movie will arrive next year to give you what you want. Be careful what you wish for.
The film appears to be very loosely based on the Detective Pikachu game, which of course is a spin-off of the popular Pokémon game franchise. The film will have Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool) voicing the the sleuthing Pocket Monster, with Justice Smith playing Tim, a young man searching for his father. Like the game, the film takes place in Ryme City, known for being a place where humans and Pokémon get along.
Here's a poster for the film:
And the trailer:
Warner Bros. Pictures will be distributing the film (are they shooting it to fit in with the DC Universe?), which will hit the streets May 11, 2019.