Detective Pikachu just released its first trailer ever. And it seems like that the film doesn't simply breath life into the universe of Pokémon franchise, it gives us a look at how our reality would look if the adorable Pokémon strolled among us in regular day to day activities.

Check out the trailer:

The Pokémon in the film is expected to be extremely realistic. Besides those cute eyes, adorable expressions, Pikachu will feature a fluffy, real look with fur.

Detective Pikachu
Good news: He can even talk! (It's just that not everyone can understand him)

The film is created as a spin-off of the game with the same name which was released on Nintendo 3DS in 2016. The game presents to us a world in which Pikachu will investigate crimes but not deal with regular fights.

In the trailer, we can see that our protagonist who is called Tim will struggle to find his missing dad. And then, he suddenly comes across a talking Pikachu. But what makes both of them find interesting the most is that Tim seems to be the only one who can understand Pikachu. The two set off to find Tim's missing dad, and they indeed have a great journey with the appearance of other Pokémon as well.

Other Pokémon will appear in the film as well.

The famous Pikachu is voiced and "motion-captured in nature" by Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds. Reynolds will star alongside actors Justice Smith (The Get Down, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom) and Kathryn Newton (Big Little Lies, Halt and Catch Fire) in the film. Smith will play Tim and Newton will play a journalist who joins the journey with 2 others.

Ryan Reynolds
Ryan Reynolds will be featured in the film.

The project was announced by studio Legendary in 2016 and is currently in progress. The script is written by Alex Hirsch (Gravity Falls) along with Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy).

Detective Pikachu is set for release on May 10, 2019.