Detective Pikachu finds another co-star with Rita Ora


The developing Detective Pikachu movie will see the venerable Pokemon franchise finally make its live-action debut.

Here's everything we know about this intriguing adaptation!

British singer Rita Ora, also known for her movie roles in the Fifty Shades series of movies, is the next person to join the cast for the upcoming Detective Pikachu movie. Maybe a Jigglypuff? Whatever the case, she's moving right on from her most recent role as Mia Grey in Fifty Shades Freed. She guest-starred on Empire and will be seen in Wonderwell, an indie fantasy that was one of Carrie Fisher's last movies.

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Ora's role in the movie is unannounced.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ora has joined the project in an undisclosed manner.

Reynold's Detective Pikachu is described as "a peculiar sort from the Pikachu set, a self-styled investigator who is good at finding things". Details about Ora's casting have yet to be revealed, but she will feature alongside co-stars Bill Nighy, Ken Watanabe, Justice Smith, and Kathryn Newton. Mary Parent and Cale Boyter are producing the movie for Legendary.