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Dogasu's Backpack | Movies & Specials Guide | Coco
Posted February 28th, 2020
Coco, a boy who was raised by Pokémon. This summer, a new bond between Pokémon and humans is being formed.
There's an area deep in the jungle, far away from human civiliation.
It's a paradise known as the Okoya Forest, where the Pokémon are protected by strict rules where outsiders are not allowed to step foot into the forest.
Both the Mythical Pokémon Zarude and a boy who was raised as a Pokémon named Coco live in that forest.
Coco, who believes with all his heart that he really is a Pokémon, meets Satoshi and Pikachu one day and is able to make his very first "hewmann friends."
Am I a Pokémon? Or a hewmann?
When danger visits the forest, the love between Pokémon and humans, father and son are put to the test.
The cast of humans / Pokémon for this movie are as follows:
More complete details about each character, as well as what their voice actors have to say about the roles, will be provided as they become available.
A number of Pokémon will be made available for audience members' Pocket Monsters Sword & Shield games as part of the movie's promotion.
You can find out more about the various giveaways here.
The first teaser for the film was shown at the end of the previous year's movie, Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution. It features a 2D animated Pikachu pulling on a vine.
The setting of this film, the Okoya Forest (オコヤの森) most likely comes from rearranging the letters in oyako (親子), or "parent and child."
The film was originally scheduled for a July 10th, 2020 release but this got pushed back due to COVID-19. The new release date has not been made public yet.
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