Pokémon come in all shapes and sizes . Some are cute little sheep, some are giant bugs. Some are gods. Some are ghosts. Some are…your keys? They can get weird. Weird enough that one of the VFX teams behind the movie found themselves asking questions they thought they'd never have to ask themselves. Advertisement Outside of a few notable additions, Detective Pikachu mostly sticks to the first generation of Pokémon—the 151 creatures that made up the roster you could catch in the original games in the series, Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue . Although Pokémon have gotten even eight hundred of them), that didn't mean that FX studio MPC avoided contending with some very important, really bizarre stars in Detective Pikachu —namely Mr. Mime and Mewtwo. "Mr. Mime was one where, when we were designing him, it was a bit ambiguous in terms of, 'What is Mr. Mime?' And what material do we think he's surfaced in, anatomically? What is he? And so, when we were developing him, a lot of our initial biases were 'Well, he's the Poké While most of the animalistic Pokémon in Detective Pikachu took inspiration from real-world creatures, Mr. Mime had to take inspiration from… Read full this story
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