Fans may get to see Pokemon Go's live-action on big screen

| Updated: Jul 14, 2016 22:10 IST

London, July 14 (ANI): Keeping in view the smashing success of video game Pokemon Go, a live-action Pokemon movie might get off the ground soon. According to sources, the legendary pictures is in the final stages of buying the rights, with Max Landis (Victor Frankenstein, Power Rangers), reports the Guardian. However, it is unclear whether the game itself would feature in the movie, or would just narrate a story about the Japanese pocket monsters and their trainers. Reportedly, it has been just over a week since Pokemon Go debuted on mobile devices and the game has taken the world by storm. Earlier, Pokemon has starred on the silver in 1999 when Pokemon: The First Movie grossed 163 million dollars worldwide. However, Pokemon Heroes was flopped, raking in just 28 million dollar. (ANI)