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AI Creates A Creepy Pokémon Movie Directed By Tim Burton

Overall, these Tim Burton-designed Pokémon characters are fascinating, proving just how versatile the original Japanese creatures are. It’s not difficult to imagine the relaxed but mighty Snorlax or the regal Zapdos existing in one of Burton’s worlds. In fact, these creature designs are high quality, illustrating how far AI has come in recent years. It’s interesting how artificial intelligence was able to create such picture-perfect renditions considering Burton has been vocal about AI copying his signature style. 

Despite how unique (and creepy) these designs are, there’s little to no chance that Burton would be given the keys to the Pokémon kingdom. And while Pokémon has existed since 1996, Hollywood hasn’t really gotten the opportunity to run wild with the iconic franchise. In 2019, Warner Bros. debuted the live-action “Detective Pikachu,” which is loosely based on the spin-off game.

While a “Detective Pikachu” sequel is in development, there aren’t any major plans right now to expand the Pokémon franchise’s live-action or animated offerings. And if there is a project is in the works, it’s hard to imagine such a bold auteur taking it on. Burton would definitely be a compelling filmmaker for the property. He continues to spearhead franchises and has always done well with established IP and animated films, but his creepy and gloomy aesthetic doesn’t necessarily match the franchise’s whimsical nature. 

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