Breakdowns and Easter Eggs of Pokémon Detective Pikachu movie

In August, Mr. Ishihara announced the title of the upcoming live-action Pokémon movie: POKEMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU. We also see the logo of the movie. . This movie will be available in May.
 It will be 22nd film in the Pokémon series and first live-action film. Ryan Reynolds will be the voice of Pikachu. Ryan is famous for his Deadpool roles in  X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Deadpool and Deadpool 2.
Detective Pikachu will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros and in Japan by Toho. Filming started in January 2018 and concluded in May 2018.
I am looking forward to this movie. I am excited. I wonder how many other pokemon will show up in this movie. Now the trailer came out, you can definitely see some of the Pokemon. Do you see any of your favorite Pokemon?
We can see Charmandar and Dodrio in the beginning of the trailer.
Lucy is with Psyduck. There are balloons of Gengar and Jigglypuff in the background.
Jigglypuff seems angry here.  In the background there is a poster of Machamp vs Primeape
Bulbasaurs leading the way for Tim and Pikachu. They are so cute together!
Missing are Squirtle and Pancham. Pancham is a fighting Pokémon introduced in Generation VI.
In this scene, Pancham and Squirtle are found. They might be inside a ….
battle arena? Charizard is getting ready for a fight. The opponent is …..
Mr. Mime other than Pikachu has the most screen time in the trailer.
A close-up of Mr. Mime here.
Greninja, ninja frog Pokémon, creating a shurikens from water that can slice metal. In a 2016 poll, Greninja was voted the most popular Pokémon in Japan.
The trailer got me excited. I will be watching the movie. Will you?

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