“Pokémon Detective Pikachu” marks the first time the classic anime characters have stepped onto the big screen and into the real world as photo-realistic creatures. We spoke with MPC Film VFX Supervisor Pete Dionne about how much work went into bringing the beloved anime/game characters to life, from studying animal biology to hiring a famous mime from New Zealand.
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