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Dogasu's Backpack | Movies & Specials Guide | Pocket Monsters The Movie "Everyone's Story"
After "I Choose You!" comes the explosive birth of "Everyone's Story" this summer!
In Fuura City, a town where people live together with the wind, there's a "Wind Festival" that takes place only once a year. It has been passed down throughout the ages that on the final day of this festival, the legendary pokemon Lugia appears and bears the blessing of the wind. And so, with this in mind, the people in town participate in this festival.
Lisa, a female high school student and pokemon novice.
Kagachi, a man filled with hot air who can't stop telling lies.
Trito, a timid researcher who doesn't have faith in himself.
Hisui, a strange old woman who loathes pokemon.
Largo, a mysterious young girl lingering about in the forest all by herself.
Satoshi and Pikachu will meet them and get everyone's story moving.
The cast of humans / pokemon for this movie are as follows:
What little we know about each character has been compiled here.
Come back later for comments from the characters' voice actors.
The film was first announced on the December 10th, 2017 episode of Oha! Suta. At the time the movie was simply known as Pocket Monsters the Movie 2018.
The first full length trailer debuted on the February 27th, 2018 episode of Oha! Suta.
This is the first Pocket Monsters movie to debut on a Friday; every other film in the franchise has hit theaters on a Saturday.
View detailed information about each home release here.
A number of pokemon will be made available for audience members' Pocket Monsters Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, or Ultra Moon games as part of the movie's promotion.
You can find out more about the various giveaways here.
Number of Days in Theaters: TBA
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