New Mario Movie Trailer at New York Comic-Con 2022

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Comic-con 2022 will feature a new mario mtrailer. Fans have high expectations for this movie, starring Chris Pratt, among other big names.

Super Mario Bros. is one of the most legendary games in history. Since its first arcade version released in 1983, it has been a success that has continued to grow until today. If you’re a fan of the character and the game, you’ll now also see him in a movie Nintendo is releasing with Illumination.

Originally, Nintendo planned the official release for December 2022. However, plans have changed, with a tentative release date of April 2023. Nintendo President Shigeru Miyamoto commented on this adjustment on his Twitter account. A representative from Illumination also confirmed this.

The reasons for such a change are unknown, although he is likely to have developmental delays. Because it doesn’t have an official trailer and we’re only three months away from December. They declared the release date of the new Mario movie trailer and more information about it during the presentation at New York Comic-Con 2022.

New Mario movie trailer at Comic-Con 2022

Although we don’t have the new Mario movie this year, we will have its trailer soon. nintendo shared it via his official Twitter account, saying it will be showcased at Comic-Con 2022 in New York. It will be showcased at this year’s October 6 event at the Nintendo panel.

The event will take place at the Empire State Building. Pitch time will be 1:00 p.m. Pacific Time, 9:00 p.m. UK and 4:00 p.m. Eastern. In this event they will show all the news about the character, and this not only includes the movie, but they will also have new games for the Switch console.

Nintendo said it has big surprises around the plumber who always faces Bowser to save the Mushroom Kingdom. This includes the game Mario Strikers: Battle League Football, which will be available on Nintendo Switch. With that, they will show you the game modes you have available to enjoy this title.

The new Mario movie trailer will likely have the actors voice these characters, as is the case with Chris Pratt, who will voice Mario in this production. We could also see Jack Black, who plays Bowser, and Charlie Day, who portrays Luigi.

We’ll probably see Nintendo’s president at this event presenting the film. This may include Chris Meledandri, one of Illumination’s advisors who was active in the development of this film.

What we know about the movie so far

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As mentioned earlier, the new mario movie has been postponed the release date, but soon we will see the first trailer. Initially, it was supposed to release in December 2022. Now, it will be in Spring 2023. The exact date varies by region. At least for North America and Japan in April 2023.

Miyamoto-san commented on Twitter, “After consulting with Chris-san, my partner at Illumination for the Super Mario Bros. film, we have decided to move the worldwide release to spring 2023: April 28 in Japan and April 7 in North America. My sincere apologies, but I promise you it will be worth the wait.

As for the plot, we probably won’t get much from the game. In this one, we’ll see how Bowser kidnaps Princess Peach again, having Mario and Luigi rescue her from the dragon. They’ll have the help of other Nintendo characters, who depending on how you see it, acted like friends and foes back in the day. Reference is made to Donkey Kong, the plumber’s enemy in the arcade game, and one of his Cranky Kong companions. In the latest Nintendo titles, they are shown as friends, especially on Nintendo 64.

Mario's story Image credit: Nintendo

As for the actors who will portray the characters in this movie, first we have Chris Pratt as Mario, Charlie Day as Luigi, Jack Black as Bowser, and Anya Taylor-Joy voicing Princess Peach. There’s also Seth Rogen in Donkey Kong, Fred Armisen in Cranky Kong, Keegan-Michael Key in Toad, Kevin Michael Richardson in Kamek, and Sebastian Maniscalco in Foreman Spike.

Nintendo and Illumination are jointly producing the film. It will be animated, most likely with 3D effects.

Featured image via Nintendo

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