Interestingly, apart from showing the old characters, the trailer for X-Men: Dark Phoenix also reveals the appearance of a new character. The mysterious. Which stands out with her light blonde hair.
There is no information about the character played by Jessica Chastain. However, according to director Simon Kinberg, he is not from Earth. Unlike other mutants, this mysterious figure encourages Jean Gray to explore her powers. He became a kind of whispering demon by the side of the Dark Phoenix!
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The combination of a variety of slick casting, plus the theme of women’s empowerment as a spice to the story, finally, does produce a fun Aladdin film. Which is very suitable for today’s conditions.
Moreover, visually, the film with a budget of USD 183 million is also a feast for the eyes. Because it is colored by a colorful place background. Which involves many background dancers in beautiful costumes, elephants, and other Middle Eastern elements.
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However, unfortunately, despite having these advantages, as well as getting a good reception from the audience, critics still consider this film to be less magical. Especially, when compared to the animated version of Aladdin. This live-action version of the film is rated not bad, but not good either. Ordinary aliases.
POKÉMON is Nintendo’s media franchise. It first appeared on the Game Boy console in February 1996. POKÉMON later developed into the second highest-grossing video game franchise of all time. After Mario Bros.. Which is also owned by Nintendo.
This success has turned POKÉMON into a global phenomenon. In fact, POKÉMON not only appear in the form of video games, but also in other forms. Such as anime, manga, trading cards, books, toys, and many more.
The video game POKÉMON itself, which originated in Japan, was originally created by Satoshi Tajiri in 1995. Reportedly, he was inspired by his hobby of catching and collecting various kinds of insects in his childhood.
Meanwhile, the name POKÉMON itself, in fact, is an acronym for “Pocket Monsters” (or in Japanese: Poketto Monsutā). The word refers to 809 species of fictional creatures. Some kind of monster. Which, it is said, lives in the POKÉMON Universe.
In accordance with its tagline, “Gotta Catch ‘Em All”, in the POKÉMON game, the humans, who become POKÉMON Trainers, are told, must catch, then train, these magical monsters. As much as possible. To then be pitted in a match. Sort of a gladiator.
In July 2016, POKÉMON made a comeback to the world. To be precise, through an augmented reality game called POKÉMON Go. Which can be played by everyone from their respective smartphones.
That success then made Legendary Pictures interested in bringing POKÉMON to the big screen. In the form of a live-action film. It’s called Detective Pikachu.
Pikachu is the most famous POKÉMON character. His form is a big yellow haired mouse. Which is not only very funny and cute, but is also said to have tremendous power: It can ward off lightning and give off electric shocks!
In the anime series, Pikachu is the main POKÉMON belonging to a POKÉMON Trainer named Ash Ketchum. However, unfortunately, in this Detective Pikachu film, he is not shown. Only Pikachu appears. In fact, he became the main character in this first live-action POKÉMON film.