The first Super Mario Bros movie trailer unveiled and it will delight all fans of the saga

Author: Clark Tos
2022-10-07 12:59:02

On the occasion of the release of the movie Super Mario Bros, a first colorful trailer has been unveiled. True to the video game, it is colorful and the animations have won over many fans of the Mario universe.

For decades, Mario has fascinated generations. This character, who is undoubtedly the best known in the world of video games, will have the right to his own film. To keep fans waiting, a first trailer for Super Mario Bros was unveiled, and it was unanimous.

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Nintendo has been working with Illumination studios for years now to create this movie and bring the Mario universe and all of its iconic characters to life. In a first trailer, the fans had a nice surprise: the animations are of very good quality, the humor is there and the majority of the characters are present.

A trailer for Super Mario Bros.

From the first images of the trailer, we can see Bowser introduce himself to the penguin people, which sets the tone of the film. Some changes have been made to the face of Mario , which is totally successful and makes it more human. Among the characters, we can find Toad as well as Luigi who makes a short appearance at the end of the teaser. Only Princess Peach has yet to be revealed.

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Regarding the dubbing, the voice of Mario will be embodied by Chris Pratt and that of Bowser by Jack Black. On the French side, fans are already claiming that the VF of Mario is the most successful, embodied by Pierre Tessier. For Bowser, it is the French dubbing actor Christophe Lemoine who will take care of his voice, and we will find Donald Reignoux to embody Kamek.

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We will have to wait a little longer to see Super Mario Bros in French cinemas, since it should be released in cinemas on March 29, 2023. In the meantime, fans can still enjoy this colorful trailer, which promises a very beautiful moment of animation.

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