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Elusive Scamp ‘Detective Pikachu’ Has Left Universal for Warner Bros.

Posted on Wednesday, July 25th, 2018 by Chris Evangelista

The very-elusive crime solver known as Detective Pikachu has decided to move out of his home at Universal and set up shop at Warner Bros. instead. The film, which is 100% real, we swear, features Ryan Reynolds as Detective Pikachu, a Pokemon who solves mysteries and wears a Sherlock Holmes hat, or some such silly nonsense.

The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that Detective Pikachu was moving from Universal to Warner Bros. Legendary Pictures is producing the pic, and Warners will distribute. This is all a sign that Legendary is going to move its distribution deal back to WB. Legendary parted ways with Warner Bros in 2013 and moved over to Universal, but apparently the deal hasn’t been as good as Legendary had hoped. Legendary’s deal expires with Universal at the end of 2018, and now it’s all but certain they won’t be re-upping. Per THR:

The Universal-Legendary relationship had sputtered over the past year, culminating with Legendary’s Dwayne Johnson starrer Skyscraper, which sources say will ultimately be a money loser. Legendary also has put up large chunks of the budget for most of the films in Universal’s slate over the past four years, including summer hit Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which has earned $1.2 billion to date. Legendary has a stake in BlacKkKlansman, a film from Universal’s Focus Features label. That would mark its final film with Universal.

Even though Detective Pikachu has a new distributor, the film is expected to keep its May 10, 2019 release date. In the grand scheme of things, this movie doesn’t mean much for the casual moviegoer. The question is, does the casual moviegoer even want to see a Detective Pikachu movie? Pokemon is definitely a familiar brand, but this isn’t your standard Pokemon adaptation. Instead, the film features Ryan Reynolds as the voice of a talking Pikachu. The film also stars Suki Waterhouse, Justice Smith and Ken Watanabe. Reynolds can draw a crowd with Deadpool and The Hitman’s Bodyguard (somehow!), but he’s not technically in the film, physically. Only his voice. Will that be enough to draw in a crowd? Or will the strangeness of this whole project make it impossible to resist?

As Forbes points out, the film was given a greenlight two summers ago when the mobile game Pokemon GO was turning into a worldwide phenomenon. At the time, it made sense to jump onto a Pokemon-themed film. Now, however, things might have changed. People still play Pokemon GO, but it’s not nearly as prevalent in the mainstream as it was back then.

But perhaps that won’t matter in the end. Even if Detective Pikachu performs poorly domestically, there’s always a chance it’ll recoup its costs overseas. At least, that’s what Legendary, and now Warner Bros., are hoping.

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The Pokémon Detective Pikachu is a live-action movie, which will be made by Legendary Pictures company. Justice Smith is cast as the human lead and Kathryn Newton is cast as the female lead in the movie. It is based on the Detective Pikachu game.

On July 20, 2016, Legendary Pictures announced [1] that they acquired the rights to make a live action movie based on the earlier that year released Detective Pikachu game.

On August 22, 2016, reports stated that Nicole Perlman & Alex Hirsch will write the screenplay. [2]

On November 30, 2016, reports stated that Rob Letterman will direct the movie. [3]

On December 6, 2017, Ryan Reynolds was announced to star Detective Pikachu, along with Justice Smith and Kathryn Newton. [4]

On July 25, 2018, it was announced that Warner Bros. would distribute the movie instead of Universal.

Detective Pikachu Movie Official Logo and Title Revealed

By Matthew Hayes – August 24, 2018

The Pokemon World Championships are under way in Nashville, Tennessee, and as part of the early festivities, Detective Pikachu director Rob Letterman surprised the audience with a few very special reveals! First of all, to the surprise of literally no one, he revealed that the title of the movie is officially Pokemon: Detective Pikachu.

Stop what you’re doing, Trainers: Mr. Ishihara just announced the title of the upcoming live-action Pokémon movie: POKÉMON Detective Pikachu! #DetectivePikachuMovie

He also revealed the official logo for the film. Check it out:

Rob Letterman, director of the #DetectivePikachuMovie, is onstage now and has revealed the movie logo! Check it out! pic.twitter.com/yOfa3BxD63

The Pokemon Twitter account is live-tweeting a ton of new announcements right now, rubbing them in the face of literally anyone who isn’t there at the moment. Attendees of the World Championships are even getting to participate in the filming of the actual movie! Part of a climactic battle scene is being filmed at the event, with attendees acting as extras. We bet you’ll never miss another Pokemon World Championships again, eh?

They also revealed two young stars for the film — Justice Smith and Kathryn Newman — both of whom are in attendance. Of course, these two were confirmed for the film a while back. They join an already-star-studded cast of stars, including Ryan Reynolds, who will be playing the lead role as Detective Pikachu. Smith will join Detective Pikachu as his partner after his father goes missing, and Newman plays the role of a junior reporter who assists the pair.

Ken Watanabe, Bill Nighy, Suki Waterhouse, and Chris Geere are also set to appear in the film.

This morning’s news is making the rounds already, and everything is being extremely well received. The official title reveal, however, failed to surprise fans, who wonder why such pomp would be drummed up for such an obvious reveal:

I thought we already knew this?

— HigherFructose (@hionfructose) August 24, 2018

I thought we already knew this? And that Ryan Reynolds is supposed to be Pikachu or something?

— MarioManiac88 (@MarioManiac88) August 24, 2018

Yeah cool we already knew that now tell us more about this new 808 Pokemon

— Let’s Go! Aria Angelwing (@aria_angelwing) August 24, 2018

Oh well, you can’t win ’em all. Stay tuned, because we have much more coming your way from the Pokemon World Championships!

Elusive Scamp ‘Detective Pikachu’ Has Left Universal for Warner Bros.

Posted on Wednesday, July 25th, 2018 by Chris Evangelista

The very-elusive crime solver known as Detective Pikachu has decided to move out of his home at Universal and set up shop at Warner Bros. instead. The film, which is 100% real, we swear, features Ryan Reynolds as Detective Pikachu, a Pokemon who solves mysteries and wears a Sherlock Holmes hat, or some such silly nonsense.

The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that Detective Pikachu was moving from Universal to Warner Bros. Legendary Pictures is producing the pic, and Warners will distribute. This is all a sign that Legendary is going to move its distribution deal back to WB. Legendary parted ways with Warner Bros in 2013 and moved over to Universal, but apparently the deal hasn’t been as good as Legendary had hoped. Legendary’s deal expires with Universal at the end of 2018, and now it’s all but certain they won’t be re-upping. Per THR:

The Universal-Legendary relationship had sputtered over the past year, culminating with Legendary’s Dwayne Johnson starrer Skyscraper, which sources say will ultimately be a money loser. Legendary also has put up large chunks of the budget for most of the films in Universal’s slate over the past four years, including summer hit Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which has earned $1.2 billion to date. Legendary has a stake in BlacKkKlansman, a film from Universal’s Focus Features label. That would mark its final film with Universal.

Even though Detective Pikachu has a new distributor, the film is expected to keep its May 10, 2019 release date. In the grand scheme of things, this movie doesn’t mean much for the casual moviegoer. The question is, does the casual moviegoer even want to see a Detective Pikachu movie? Pokemon is definitely a familiar brand, but this isn’t your standard Pokemon adaptation. Instead, the film features Ryan Reynolds as the voice of a talking Pikachu. The film also stars Suki Waterhouse, Justice Smith and Ken Watanabe. Reynolds can draw a crowd with Deadpool and The Hitman’s Bodyguard (somehow!), but he’s not technically in the film, physically. Only his voice. Will that be enough to draw in a crowd? Or will the strangeness of this whole project make it impossible to resist?

As Forbes points out, the film was given a greenlight two summers ago when the mobile game Pokemon GO was turning into a worldwide phenomenon. At the time, it made sense to jump onto a Pokemon-themed film. Now, however, things might have changed. People still play Pokemon GO, but it’s not nearly as prevalent in the mainstream as it was back then.

But perhaps that won’t matter in the end. Even if Detective Pikachu performs poorly domestically, there’s always a chance it’ll recoup its costs overseas. At least, that’s what Legendary, and now Warner Bros., are hoping.

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Why Did Detective Pikachu Ditch Ash Ketchum?

  • 1 day ago
  • by MovieWeb
  • MovieWeb

The first ever live-action Pokemon movie is coming our way next year in the form of Detective Pikachu. It’s probably not what many fans would have expected, but the fact that we’re finally going to see these creatures brought to life should be exciting, nevertheless. Now, director Rob Lettermen has opened up a bit about the upcoming movie and explains why Ash Ketchum, the most recognizable human character from the franchise, isn’t going to be in it.

We recently got our first glimpse at the Detective Pikachu poster, which looks to be inspired by noir crime thrillers. Following the debut of the poster, Rob Lettermen, who previously directed the Goosebumps movie, talked more in-depth about the project and specifically addressed the noticeable absence of Ash. According to Lettermen, it had everything to do with wanting to do something new. Here’s what he had to say about it.

“The Pokemon Company,

Why You Won’t See Ash Ketchum in ‘Detective Pikachu’

  • 1 day ago
  • by Hoai-Tran Bui
  • Slash Film


Ash Ketchum famously declared that he would catch ’em all, but the one thing he won’t catch is a front-row seat to the first live-action Pokémon movie. Detective Pikachu director Rob Letterman confirmed that the TV series’ famous protagonist won’t be appearing in the film — which technically is in line with the premise of the video […]

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Pokemon movie Detective Pikachu gets an official logo

  • 3 days ago
  • by Gary Collinson
  • Flickeringmyth

Legendary Pictures has unveiled the official logo for Detective Pikachu, the upcoming live-action movie based upon the hugely successful Pokemon franchise. Check it out here…

Detective Pikachu marks the first live-action adaptation of the Pokemon franchise, and is being directed by Rob Letterman (Goosebumps).

Detective Pikachu is currently slated for release on May 10th 2019.

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Detective Pikachu Poster Teases First Live-Action Pokemon Movie

  • 4 days ago
  • by MovieWeb
  • MovieWeb

The first poster for Detective Pikachu is here. Pokemon is one of the most popular entertainment brands on the planet and has been going strong for more than two decades at this point. Over the years, we’ve been straight-up lousy with animated movies, shows and all kinds of merchandise. But for some reason, it’s taken a really long time for someone to actually pull the trigger and make a live-action Pokemon movie. Now, it’s finally coming our way with Detective Pikachu next summer and we have our first look at the movie’s logo, thanks to this poster.

The poster features an all-black background with a neon sign logo for Detective Pikachu. Pokemon is proudly displayed above the movie’s title, with both Pokemon and Detective bathed in blue neon. Appropriately, Pikachu is yellow. Beyond that, it just boasts that the movie will hit theaters in summer 2019. The logo design feels like

Attention Pokemon trainers! Detective Pikachu gets official title treatment!

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  • by Steve Seigh
  • JoBlo

Here’s The Official Logo For Detective Pikachu

  • 4 days ago
  • by Joey Paur
  • GeekTyrant

Legendary Pictures has revealed the official logo for their upcoming live-action/animated hybrid film Detective Pikachu.

The story of Detective Pikachu centers around Smith’s character’s father getting kidnapped. He teams up with Pikachu (Reynolds) to help find him. Newton plays a journalist who helps them on their quest. Ken Watanabe will play a new character created for the film called Detective Yoshida.

The movie is being directed by Goosebumps director Rob Letterman from a script that is being written by Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy) and Alex Hirsch (Gravity Falls). Detective Pikachu will be the first film in a planned franchise centering on the character. The story for

Deadpool 2 Gets The Honest Trailers Treatment Featuring Ryan Reynolds

  • 7 days ago
  • by Michael Briers
  • We Got This Covered

It wouldn’t be a Deadpool production if things didn’t get a little meta, now, would it?

Over on the Screen Junkies YouTube channel, the Merc With a Mouth has hijacked the Honest Trailers series in time for Deadpool 2‘s Blu-ray release, resulting in a scathing assessment of the YouTube channel itself, albeit with one or two Green Lantern jokes thrown in for comedic effect.

Yes, you’ve seen the How It Should Have Ended video and laid eyes on The Super Duper Cut (available today on Blu-ray and DVD), but today is all about the hilarious Honest Trailer for Deadpool 2, which dials the pop culture references up to 11 with nods to Fortnite and Passion of the Christ. Mind you, the latter managed to sneak its way into the sequel’s final cut, something Honest Trailers isn’t too pleased about…

Like we said, meta. It’s

Legendary Pictures is Leaving Universal Pictures and Going Back To Warner Bros.

  • 14 August 2018
  • by Joey Paur
  • GeekTyrant

As we were all expecting, Legendary Pictures is reportedly getting ready to leave its distribution and co-financing deal with Universal Pictures and is headed back to Warner Bros. I always thought it was interesting that Legendary seemed to keep one foot in over at WB after they left them for Universal. Not long after they left WB, they moved Kong: Skull Island from Universal Pictures to WB because they wanted to keep the giant franchises under the same distributor.

Then later on after releasing Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and Skyscraper under the Universal distribution deal, they moved Detective Pikachu to WB as well. Things obviously just didn’t work out the way they were hoping they would when Legendary moved to Universal. In the end, none of their plans paid off.

The news of the move comes from Variety, but a new deal has yet to be signed. As of right now,

Legendary to Produce Untitled Heist Film Set Inside a Superhero’s Lair

  • 07 August 2018
  • by Jeremy Fuster and Umberto Gonzalez
  • The Wrap

Legendary Entertainment announced on Tuesday that it has picked up a heist film pitch from Irish filmmakers Chris Baugh and Brendan Mullin about a group of career criminals who bite off more than they can chew when they try to break into a superhero’s lair.

Baugh and Mullin will both write and produce the film, with Baugh directing. The two filmmakers broke onto the indie scene with the Belfast revenge thriller “Bad Day for the Cut,” which follows a mild-mannered farmer who becomes a cold-blooded killer after his elderly mother is murdered, only to find that his mother had a dark side she hid from him. The film was selected for the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

Also Read: ‘Birds of Prey’ Villain Revealed as Black Mask, One of Batman’s Deadliest Foes (Exclusive)

Through production deals with Universal and Warner Bros., Legendary has co-produced and co-financed several major releases this summer,

Detective Pikachu Distribution Moves From Universal to Warner Bros.

  • 26 July 2018
  • by Tommy Williams
  • GeekTyrant

Legendary and Warner Bros. used to be a great couple. They had their ups and downs with films like the produced together. In 2013 the two studios decided to break up. Legendary decided that Universal was hotter. They most recently released Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and Skyscraper together.

However, it looks like Legendary is missing WB as THR is now reporting that Legendary has moved their distribution deal for Detective Pikachu from Universal to WB. Sources say the move is a precursor to Legendary’s moving its distribution deal back to Warners.

The film will still star Ryan Reynolds as everyone’s favorite electric mouse and interestingly enough the release date of May 10th, 2019, has not been changed.

Do you think this change of distributors will have a big impact on the film? I’m still waiting to see a teaser of Reynolds walking around in a Pikachu costume.

Justice Smith and Elle Fanning to star in All the Bright Places

  • 26 July 2018
  • by Amie Cranswick
  • Flickeringmyth

Deadline is reporting that Justice Smith (The Get Down) and Elle Fanning (The Neon Demon) are set to star in All the Bright Places, an adaptation of the Ya novel by Jennifer Niven.

The film will tell the story of Violet Markey and Theodore Finch, “who meet and change each other’s lives forever. As they struggle with the emotional and physical scars of their past, they come together, discovering that even the smallest places and moments can mean something.”

Brett Haley (Hearts Beat Loud) is directing the movie from a script by Liz Hannah (The Post), and filming is set to get underway later this year.

Smith was last seen in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and is currently shooting the live-action Pokemon movie Detective Pikachu. Fanning meanwhile recently portrayed the title role in Mary Shelley, and has the sci-fi drama I Think We’re Alone Now [watch the trailer here] and crime thriller Galveston [watch the trailer here] incoming this year.

Ryan Reynolds Developing ‘Home Alone’-Esque Comedy ‘Stoned Alone’

  • 25 July 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety – Film News

Twentieth Century Fox has set up the comedy project “Stoned Alone” with “Deadpool” star Ryan Reynolds producing and potentially starring in the movie.

Augustine Frizzell, who directed the comedy “Never Goin’ Back,” has been signed to direct. Kevin Burrows and Matt Mider wrote the script from an idea by Fox executive Matt Reilly with the project centering on a 20-something loser who misses the plane for his holiday ski trip and gets high at home — only to then discover that thieves have broken into his house.

The project is reminiscent of Fox’s 1990 comedy “Home Alone,” which starred Macaulay Culkin as an 8-year-old boy mistakenly left behind at his Chicago home when his family goes to Paris for Christmas vacation. “Home Alone” was a massive box office success with $476 million in worldwide grosses.

Reynolds will produce through his Fox-based Maximum Effort production company and Maximum Effort’s George Dewey will be an executive producer.

Ryan Reynolds Developing ‘Home Alone’-Esque Comedy ‘Stoned Alone’

  • 25 July 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety

Twentieth Century Fox has set up the comedy project “Stoned Alone” with “Deadpool” star Ryan Reynolds producing and potentially starring in the movie.

Augustine Frizzell, who directed the comedy “Never Goin’ Back,” has been signed to direct. Kevin Burrows and Matt Mider wrote the script from an idea by Fox executive Matt Reilly with the project centering on a 20-something loser who misses the plane for his holiday ski trip and gets high at home — only to then discover that thieves have broken into his house.

The project, which is in early development, is reminiscent of Fox’s 1990 comedy “Home Alone,” which starred Macaulay Culkin as an 8-year-old boy mistakenly left behind at his Chicago home when his family goes to Paris for Christmas vacation. “Home Alone” was a massive box office success with $476 million in worldwide grosses.

Reynolds will produce through his Fox-based Maximum Effort production company and Maximum

Ryan Reynolds’ ‘Detective Pikachu’ Moves From Universal to Warner Bros.

  • 25 July 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety – Film News

Legendary Entertainment’s live-action “Detective Pikachu” has moved from Universal to Warner Bros., which is keeping the May 10, 2019, release date.

Warner Bros., which made the announcement Wednesday, will handle all distribution for “Detective Pikachu” outside Japan and China. Toho will distribute in Japan, as it has done in its partnership with Legendary on the blockbuster monster reboot “Godzilla.”

The story involves the father of Smith’s teenage character being kidnapped, forcing him to team up with Pikachu in order to find him. Newton will portray a journalist.

First introduced in Japan in 1996, Pokemon has seen nearly 300 million video games sold worldwide, 23 billion cards shipped to 74 countries, and an animated series spanning 20 seasons.

Legendary bought the movie rights in 2016, shortly after the Pokemon Go

Ryan Reynolds’ ‘Detective Pikachu’ Moves From Universal to Warner Bros.

  • 25 July 2018
  • by Dave McNary
  • Variety

Legendary Entertainment’s live-action “Detective Pikachu” has moved from Universal to Warner Bros., which is keeping the May 10, 2019, release date.

Warner Bros., which made the announcement Wednesday, will handle all distribution for “Detective Pikachu” outside Japan and China. Toho will distribute in Japan, as it has done in its partnership with Legendary on the blockbuster monster reboot “Godzilla.”

The story involves the father of Smith’s teenage character being kidnapped, forcing him to team up with Pikachu in order to find him. Newton will portray a journalist.

First introduced in Japan in 1996, Pokemon has seen nearly 300 million video games sold worldwide, 23 billion cards shipped to 74 countries, and an animated series spanning 20 seasons.

Legendary bought the movie rights in 2016, shortly after the Pokemon Go

Legendary’s ‘Detective Pikachu’ Exits Universal For Warner Bros

  • 25 July 2018
  • by Amanda N’Duka
  • Deadline

Looks like Warners Bros has become the Pokémon master. Deadline has confirmed that Legendary’s Detective Pikachu will now be released by Warner Bros, which is taking over the distribution rights originally set up at Universal Pictures where Legendary has a deal.

Despite the move, the Rob Letterman-directed pic will keep its original release date of May 10, 2019, Warner Bros says.

Starring Ryan Reynolds, Justice Smith and Kathryn Newton, the first live-action Pokémon will be built around Detective Pikachu, a character in the Pokemon universe that was introduced through a video game in Japan.

Legendary Entertainment struck a deal with Pokémon Company launch the film franchise back in 2016 and teamed with Universal to handle the film’s release outside of Japan.

The news comes as Legendary nears the end of its distribution pact with Universal in December. The move points to signs of a possible reunion between Legendary and WB,

Ryan Reynolds’ ‘Detective Pikachu’ Moves to Warner Bros. From Universal

  • 25 July 2018
  • by Trey Williams
  • The Wrap

Ryan Reynolds’ live action “Detective Pikachu” film has jumped ship at Universal and settled at Warner Bros.

The film is being produced by Legendary Entertainment, which has currently has a distribution deal with Universal that ends at the end of the year.

“Detective Pikachu” was expected to hit theaters May 10, 2019, though that could now change. The belief is that the move to Warner Bros. is a sign that Legendary, owned by China’s Wanda Group, will set up shop at the studio once its deal with Universal ends.

Universal declined to comment.

Also Read: ‘It Chapter Two’: Warner Bros Gives First Sneak Peek of Adult Cast

The most recent release from Legendary and Universal was Dwayne Johnson’s “Skyscraper.” The film opened to just $25 million domestic and $65 million worldwide from 57 countries. And with a $120 million budget before marketing costs, faces an uphill battle toward profitability for the studio.

Ryan Reynolds’ ‘Detective Pikachu’ Moves From Universal to Warner Bros. (Exclusive)

After parting ways in 2013, Legendary and Warner Bros. are back in business.

The Burbank studio is taking over distribution duties on Legendary’s upcoming Pokemon movie Detective Pikachu from Universal. In addition, Warners is taking a stake in the film that features Ryan Reynolds as the titular character.

Sources say the move is a precursor to Legendary’s moving its distribution deal back to Warners. For months, speculation has swirled around the fate of the the four-year-old Universal-Legendary deal that expires Dec. 31, with the expectation that Universal would not renew the partnership. Universal declined to comment.

The Universal-Legendary relationship .

Kathryn Newton to Star in Netflix Drama From Chris Keyser, Marc Webb

  • 24 July 2018
  • by Joe Otterson
  • Variety

Kathryn Newton has been cast in a lead role in a drama series that has been greenlit at Netflix, Variety has learned.

The untitled series hails from Christopher Keyser, who will also executive produce along with Marc Webb. In the series, the teenage inhabitants of a small town return home to discover that all of the adults in town have disappeared. They will party, panic, grieve, fight, and ultimately have to decide how to deal with the unthinkable. Netflix has ordered a 10-episode first season.

Newton will star as Allie, who is described as constantly living in the shadow of her older sister, Kim. Allie ultimately inspires her sister to take charge of the group and supports her during the ensuing confrontation.

Newton starred as Abigail Carlson in Season 1 of “Big Little Lies” at HBO, a role she will reprise in the show’s upcoming second season. She also appeared

Legendary Pictures announces live-action Gundam movie

  • 08 July 2018
  • by Gary Collinson
  • Flickeringmyth

In news coming out of Anime Expo, Legendary Pictures is set to produce a live action Gundam movie, teaming up with Sunrise, the owners of the franchise.

Launching in 1979 with the anime series Mobile Suit Gundam, the franchise includes 14 television series, along with numerous OVAs, manga, books and video games, with annual sales reaching as high as ¥80 billion ($725 million).

Gundam takes place in a fictional universe in the Universal Century, where humanity’s growing population has led people to emigrate to space colonies. One such colony, the Principality of Zeon, declares independence from Earth, leading to a war which is fought with mechas known as Gundam.

The live-action Gundam movie becomes the latest Japanese property in the works at Legendary after the upcoming Godzilla: King of the Monsters and the Pokemon movie Detective Pikachu, both of which are set for release in 2019.

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