A sequel to the hit Pokemon-inspired anime series Pikachu 2: Super Mystery Dungeon is coming to the big screen in 2017, with a production budget of $300 million.
Pikachu 2: The Movie, which will open in North America on May 22, will be the first sequel in the franchise since 2010’s Pikachu: The Lost Village, which had a $300m budget.
The film, which features the same cast as the 2010 original, will also have the same storyline and themes as the 2009 original.
The film is set to open in limited release in China and Taiwan.
It is directed by Yuichi Nakamura, who helmed the 2013 Pikachu movie, and written by Hirokazu Komatsu.
The movie is slated for a December 25, 2017 release in North and South America.
Pika 2: Serenity, which is also expected to open on Christmas Day, will star Shiori Matsumoto as a young girl who must protect her sister, the Princess of Serency, from an evil witch who wishes to take over the world.
The sequel will be directed by Masahiko Yoshikawa, who worked on the 2010 Pikachu movie.
Pica will also be a remake of the 2003 video game that brought the franchise to life, and the sequel will focus on Pika’s love for the game.
The game will return with new gameplay, characters, and a revamped story, which can be found in the game’s original box art.PICA’s box art for Pika, pictured in 2015.PICA is a collaboration between Sega and Nintendo.
PICA was released in Japan in 1997 and Europe in 1998.
The Nintendo Switch version will launch in Japan on March 3, 2017, and in Europe on March 10, 2017.
The Switch version of PICA, pictured above, is being released in North Korea on March 13.PIKA 2: MEGA DIGITS will be released in 2018.
The new film, about a mysterious girl named Pika that lives in a futuristic city in the future, was produced by the Japanese studio Tatsunoko Production, which also produced the first two PICA movies.
The PICA 2: Pika and the Mega Digs will be distributed by Warner Bros. Entertainment, which previously produced Pokemon films such as Pichu and Picha.
The PICA sequel will take place in the year 2077, which has come to be known as the Age of Mega-Digs.
Pika is an android that can be summoned by the powerful DIGIT.
She is the daughter of an inventor who creates a super machine that allows the creation of mega-digs, super soldiers, and super heroes.
The young girl dreams of becoming a hero and becomes a hero herself.
But her mother, the mysterious Professor Juniper, has a plan that could destroy the entire world.
The first two movies were released in theaters in the United States and Europe, but were pulled from theaters in Japan because of the ongoing nuclear crisis and the pandemic.
It will be up to the Japanese film industry to determine if and how to bring PICA to theaters in North American theaters.