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Pokémon Announces Retail Program Celebrating New Animated Movie

Celebrations for Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! continue with a retail and merchandise program from The Pokémon Company International! Pikachu stars in a special Pokémon Trading Card Game gift-with-purchase program featuring an assortment of six Pokémon TCG cards with Ash’s Pikachu wearing its Trainer’s various iconic hats seen throughout the iconic animation over the years.

Pikachu continues his starring role with a new Pokémon Center Plush. This Pikachu is ready to walk the red carpet for the 20th animated Pokémon movie in throwback style, wearing its Trainer’s hat from the Kanto region as seen in the very beginning of the Pokémon animation franchise. This hat can also be removed from the plush to be worn by fans.

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The Pokémon Company International and Fathom Events also recently announced the addition of two more dates, November 11 and 14, for fans to catch Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! on the big screen nationwide in the US. To learn more, including theater locations and to purchase tickets, fans can visit

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7 thoughts on “Pokémon Announces Retail Program Celebrating New Animated Movie”

      1. Enjoy knowing that now Brock/Misty never happened from the beginning of this long running series while the Brock/Misty now are randomly starring in the Aloha series with the most dumbest anime art style since Federation Force’s Chibi graphics in Metroid.

    1. I just saw this movie at my theater on Sunday. I’m pretty sure it doesn’t take place in the same universe/timeline of the original story. This movie takes place in a universe/timeline where Ash starts his adventure in a world where all now known Pokemon and regions are already known. I don’t think it’s a retcon, I think it’s an alternate timeline.

      1. With the exact same origin scenario as the 1997 anime in US. I’m not falling for that “alternative timeline” bullshit. Why else would they suddenly bring back Brock/Misty into their shitty styled Alola series and why bring back the Rockets for their shitty game that insults the players with hand holding nonsense and dull ass adventure that lasts more briefly than Sevii Islands in FireRed.

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