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Pokemon the Movie: White - Victini and Zekrom (2011) Poster

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This was the first Pokemon film commercially released in American theaters since Pokémon Heroes (2002), appearing in 375 locations over the weekend of December 3 through 4, 2011.
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According to early sources, Zekrom and Reshiram were played by different people: Michael Chobot and Tom Wayland, respectively. It was almost a month after the film was released that it was revealed that they were played by the same person: Marc Thompson.
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Reshiram and Zekrom are based on the yin yang, which in itself symbolizes the balance between opposites.
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Some American theaters gave away goody bags to anyone who went to see the film. The bags' contents included a movie sticker, a jumbo Victini trading card, the first chapter of the Black & White manga, and a code one could scan to get Victini in a Nintendo 3DS Pokedex game.
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Several theaters reported that after the film ended, the audiences would give it a standing ovation.
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Many people went to see the film twice - quite an achievement considering the film was only in theaters for two days, and only played once per day in many locations.
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Victini as a Pokemon was created specifically for this film. This is the first time in the history of the franchise this has been the case; previously, any Pokemon stars in films were created first, and ideas for the films came afterwords.
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After it was decided that this film would get a theatrical release, the dialogue was re-written to make it more understandable to audiences who weren't familiar with Pokemon.
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In Japan, this was the first Pokemon film to be released without a preview for the next film shown at the end. In this case, the preview at the end was for the companion film, "Pokemon the Movie Black: Victini and Reshiram", which was already in theaters.
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The "Title Theme" opening sequence uses a completely different music track than all the films before. This marks the first time the usual track isn't used.
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Kayzie Rogers, who plays Axew, is the only actor to appear in every single Pokemon movie.
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The little girl's name is Louisa. The little boy's name is Louis.
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For most English countries, the DVD for this film was packaged with its sister movie, "Pokemon the Movie: Black - Victini and Reshiram." The only countries where this wasn't the case were Australia and New Zealand.
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Topped out on Amazon.com's pre-order page for anime DVDs.
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It is never revealed who won the battle competition.
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