2019’s action-comedy romp Pokémon: Detective Pikachu, a loose adaptation of the Nintendo 3DS game of the same name, was a smash hit. It also made a freaking ton of money, so of course, Detective Pikachu 2 was all but inevitable. The studio will follow up on its proven property with Detective Pikachu 2. Despite the fact that Detective Pikachu didn’t exactly leave the door wide open for a direct sequel and left us with many questions.
The official release date for Detective Pikachu 2 has not been announced yet. But as of now, it is in the early stage of making. The first movie aired on May 8th 2019 and speculation has arisen that the sequel could be scheduled for the same slot too.
However, with writer Oren Uziel already hard at work on the sequel. So we’re going to optimistically guess that we could see Detective Pikachu 2 in late 2021 or early 2022.
So far, it hasn’t been announced whether any of the first film’s cast will return for Detective Pikachu 2. But the film is sure to bring back Justice Smith and Ryan Reynolds. Ready to reprise their roles as Tim Goodman, Pikachu and Harry Goodman.
Plot Of The Movie:
You may have gathered by now that plot details for Detective Pikachu 2 are being kept under wraps. It’ll almost certainly follow the continuing adventures of Tim, Harry, and Pikachu. As they tackle another mystery or perhaps multiple mysteries on the streets of Ryme City.
Since the sequel won’t go before cameras for a year or more. So it’s going to be quite a while before we see a Detective Pikachu 2 trailer of any kind. Any official trailer for Detective Pikachu 2 we’re likely to see in the next year or so.
There’s a chance that Pikachu and the other Pokemon remain voiceless. This, however, is going to rob the sequel of what makes the first movie such a delight to watch. It could also be a spin-off set in the broader world of Ryme City. Nothing’s for certain as of yet.