Pokemon: The First Movie CGI Remake Trailer

The unique Pokemon film is seemingly getting a CGI remake. 

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Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution is the title of a Pokemon film that is been floating round for a while, however a lately launched trailer seemingly confirms that this movie will probably be a remake of the primary Pokemon film (referred to as Pokémon: The First Movie or Pokémon The First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back) made completely with CGI. At the very least, we see a CGI model of Mewtwo and Mew flying by means of the sky. 

That lone element does not verify that this will probably be a full CGI remake, however there’s different info surrounding this venture that implies that’s certainly the case. First off, Takeshi Shudo credited because the movie’s author. Shudo did write the unique Pokemon movie however sadly handed away in 2010. His credit score on this movie seemingly signifies that this remake will comply with the script of the unique movie very intently regardless of the obvious improve in animation know-how. 

Besides, the film’s tagline (“The Legend Is Back”), poster (which actually appears like a tribute to the original Pokemon movie poster), and even its title all seemingly point out that this is not going to be a completely unique movie. 

While it is actually doable that this film will function some alterations to the unique model of the movie, the sensible cash is on the movie’s producers and inventive group not rocking the boat an excessive amount of by attempting so as to add much more wrinkles to the more and more complicated Pokemon mythology. Truth be instructed, we’re nonetheless combing over the unique video games to attempt to make sense of all the sport’s many city legends. 

Of course, this would possibly not be the one Pokemon film popping out in 2019. We’re additionally as a consequence of obtain the beforehand revealed Detective Pikachu movie, which appears considerably extra fascinating than it has any proper to be. 

Matthew Byrd is a employees author for Den of Geek. He spends most of his days attempting to pitch deep-dive analytical items about Killer Klowns From Outer Space to an more and more perturbed collection of editors. You can learn extra of his work right here or discover him on Twitter at @SilverTuna014

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