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Legendary Working On Another Live-Action ‘Pokemon' Movie?


According to comicbook.com, Legendary Entertainment is working on a live-action movie based on the original Pokemon games. The film will be set in the same universe as 'Detective Pikachu' but will focus on 'Pokemon Red & Blue' the first video games that introduced to the world to the genre. With these new rumors, it's clear that Legendary Pictures has high hopes for 'Detective Pikachu' which hits theaters on May 10. Should that film perform well at the box office, Legendary could be looking to start a whole new set of Pokemon-related movies.

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