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Niantic taps ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ director Rian Johnson for Pokémon Go Fest video

Niantic has tapped Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Knives Out director Rian Johnson to create a business for the Pokémon Go Fest.

The video will encourage individuals to attend Pokémon Go Fest 2020, which due to the pandemic is going on as a digital occasion for the primary time ever on July 25 to July 26, from 10 am. to eight p.m. (native occasions). By tapping Johnson as a director, Niantic exhibits it’s prepared to spend the mandatory cash on promotion to see the business and occasion have a broad attain.

Niantic has additionally introduced that previously few weeks that Pokémon Go Fest tickets have been accessible, greater than 700,000 tickets have been bought by gamers in additional than 110 international locations around the globe.

Johnson and crew created the business underneath lockdown, in collaboration with Niantic and The Pokémon Company International. Johnson is a devoted Pokémon Go fan who has stayed engaged along with his pals remotely whereas social distancing up to now few months. He formed the idea of the video of peeling again a layer on our lives to disclose the Pokémon creatures throughout us.

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Johnson directed the solid and crew in New Zealand from Los Angeles, and he collaborated with groups from Niantic, The Pokémon Company International, and company employees in New York, Seattle, San Francisco, London, and Tokyo.

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