The Super Mario Bros. Movie Trailer: Viewers around the world have had more time to digest the first trailer for Illumination and Universal’s “The Super Mario Bros. Movie,” which debuted a few months ago to a strangely compelling trailer that mostly had everyone talking about how thoroughly unremarkable Pratt’s take on the stereotypically Italian plumber really was. A last-minute, crazily reactive creative shift in response to those vocal hot opinions, like what happened with the “Sonic” redesign, was hoped for by some, but it now appears such hope was futile. The decision to go with what is widely considered to be Mario’s most boring voice performance ever is almost admirable.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie Trailer
The initial footage didn’t really show off all that much, but the discussion overshadowed that fact. Even though the Koopas and, most notably, the terrifying Bowser were depicted in all their gory detail, Mario’s sidekicks, Luigi and Toad, were only given brief cameos at best. This new official trailer, which you can watch down below, changes that dramatically.
A trip to the Kingdom of Mushrooms awaits! Despite the current popularity of superhero films, “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” is poised to become a massive financial success because to the legions of video game players who are expected to see it. New footage compared to the last video showcases a plethora of recognizable icons, which, as you may recall, will eventually lead to a full-fledged crossover universe. But until then, this latest trailer offers a lot to dissect and discuss.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie is directed by “Teen Titans Go!” creators Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic and written by “The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part” and “Minions: The Rise of Gru” writer Matthew Fogel. An all-star cast voices some of the most well-known characters in video game history. Anya Taylor-Joy plays Princess Peach, Charlie Day plays Luigi, Jack Black plays Bowser (in an amazing all-in performance), Keegan-Michael Key plays Toad, Seth Rogen plays Donkey Kong, Fred Armisen plays Cranky Kong, Kevin Michael Richardson plays Kamek, and Sebastian Maniscalco plays Spike.
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