A Pokemon live-action TV sequence is in early growth at Netflix, per an unique story from Selection.
The present remains to be within the early phases, so there isn't something in the best way of plot data but, however in response to Selection's sources, Joe Henderson, who at present serves as co-showrunner and govt producer on Netflix's Lucifer (which lately introduced a premiere date for its ultimate season), is connected to write down and govt produce the brand new Pokemon sequence for the streamer.
Per Selection's sources, the brand new Pokemon Netflix present can also be supposed to be a live-action sequence within the vein of 2019's Detective Pikachu, which starred Ryan Reynolds because the voice of the yellow Pokemon alongside Justice Smith.
Henderson, who can also be identified for his work on Hulu's adaptation of the Stephen King novel 11.22.63 and USA Community's Graceland and White Collar, is already growing a couple of venture for Netflix. A sequence adaptation for the comedian Shadecraft, which Henderson wrote with artwork by Lee Garbett, is within the works for the streamer as effectively, with Henderson co-writing the script with Georgia Lee. Each Henderson and Lee function govt producers, whereas Garbett acts as producer.
In the meantime, the upcoming Pokemon sequence probably joins a sequence of different anime titles that Netflix has been adapting for live-action, together with the upcoming Cowboy Bebop sequence starring John Cho and Daniella Pineda, in addition to One Piece. Netflix is already the streaming house of a number of different Pokemon anime reveals, amongst them Pokemon Journeys and Pokemon: Indigo League.
Plot particulars and a launch date haven’t but been confirmed for the Pokemon live-action sequence, so keep tuned to Collider for extra updates on this venture.
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