The Ryan Reynolds/Justice Smith-starring movie Pokémon Detective Pikachu has been given another trailer, a collection of scenes where the two—with Reynolds voicing Pikachu—pair up together to fight crime.
In the trailer, the caffeine-addicted, smart-mouthed, scrappy Detective Pikachu helps Tim Goodman (Smith) find his father, Harry Goodman, who was Pikachu's former partner.
Helmed by Goosebumps director Rob Letterman, the film marks the first Pokémon entry to bag a wide release in the U.S. in more than 15 years, and is also notable for its status as the franchise's first-ever live action production.
We got an initial glimpse of the film back in November, with the first trailer. "I think we all knew I'd wind up as a miniature detective repeatedly saying the same two words," Reynolds said when sharing the new trailer to his Instagram and Twitter Monday. "Just didn't think it would be this soon."
Detective Pikachu also stars Bill Nighy and Ken Watanabe. The Legendary x Universal x Warner Bros. x Toho collaborative production hits theaters May 10.