A trailer for Detective Pikachu was just released on Nov. 12, and fans are really excited for the new Pokémon movie.

However, some aren't thrilled about Ryan Reynolds' take on the lovable character. They seem to think another actor would do a better job.

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We’ve been following developments in Detective Pikachu since December when the project was announced. We knew Reynolds was starring as the lovable, furry Pikachu, however, we only got to see how that's going to work today.

Although many fans are really excited about the movie, some seem to think Reynolds wasn't the best choice for the voice of Pikachu.


One went as far as editing some of his lines of
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More about Detective Pikachu

In addition to Reynolds, Suki Waterhouse, Rita Ora, Bill Nighy and Justice Smith will also appear in the film. Smith had a packed year after his lead role in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

In this film, he plays protagonist Tim Goodman. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the story is set into motion when Goodman’s father is kidnapped, forcing him to team up with Detective Pikachu to find him.

To make matters more chaotic, Goodman is the only human who can understand Pikachu talk.

Goosebumps director Rob Letterman helmed the project, which began filming in London around mid-January.

The film also features some of your other favorite Pokémon characters such as Jigglypuff, Charizard and Psyduck. The film is due out May 10, 2019, and you can check out the first official trailer here.

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