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Super Mario Bros animated movie details leaked

The Super Mario Bros. animated movie was announced years ago, yet there’s very little that we actually know. The main cast had been previous confirmed, but in terms of what to actually expect, things have been quiet. 

Before that recent delay took place, rumored details about the film supposedly leaked online. The information is a bit dubious, but GamesBeat’s Jeff Grubb, who has a history with leaking news pertaining to games, seems to think that it could be legitimate and may have come about from audience testing. 

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super mario bros animated movie delay

The Super Mario Bros. animated movie has been delayed to April 2023, Nintendo has just announced.

Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto, who is a co-producer on the film, shared the news. He and Illumination founder Chris Meledandri were in agreement to push the film back April 7 in North America and April 28 in Japan. It was previously planned for December of this year.

Miyamoto’s full statement about the Super Mario Bros. movie being delayed is as follows:

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princess peach alternate design

Princess Peach has a design that’s famous today, but the character could have gone in a very different direction.

On Twitter this week, mangaka Gaku Miyao shared a photo of some Mario merchandise he worked on before Peach had a standardized design (see above). This was before the look we now know of was fully established.

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MAR10 Day 2022 sale

MAR10 Day 2022 is a few days away, but a new Switch sale has started up at various retailers as well as on the Switch eShop. While the event won’t officially kick off until March 10, that doesn’t mean fans have to wait to start saving.

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During Nintendo’s last financial results briefing, Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto made some comments about the series. He mentioned that the company wants to try expanding 3D Mario in new ways, but didn’t elaborate further. Although there’s nothing groundbreaking here, it’s nice to hear that they want to try something new with the series soon.

As big fan of those games, I decided to share some of my thoughts about future possibilities for 3D Mario. There are some crazy ideas here because I started to have a lot of fun producing this video, but I’m also curious to see you guys think about the topic as well. Feel free to share your dreams and expectations for the future of Mario after watching the video below.

Charles Martinet has no intention of leaving the role of Mario anytime soon.

Martinet has been handling the character in games now for almost three decades, having started out with Mario Teaches Typing in 1992. He has also played other key characters in the series, including Luigi, Wario, and Waluigi.

The classic board game Labyrinth will soon have new adaptations of Mario and Pokemon, retailer listings reveal.

For those that are unaware, Labyrinth has been around for 35 years. The board game involves shifting the maze and moving along the path in hopes of getting the characters on your cards while blocking your opponents. If you’re the first to find all of your characters and make it back to the starting place, you’ll be the winner. It’s said to be easy enough for kids to play but fun for adults as well.

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There’s been a lot of talk about plans to feature Nintendo at the Tokyo Olympics that ultimately fell through. Earlier this year, we heard about a segment with Mario that never came to be. More recently, Nintendo music was close to being a part of the opening ceremony, and Lady Gaga was even going to appear dressed with Mario’s hat.

Bunshun has now come forward with another major leak that details various changes for the Olympics. In a proposed video, Mario would be going back to Tokyo through a pipe. He would then be throwing a ball that is passed among various popular characters before finally returning to Mario’s hand. Mario from there dives into two screens and that’s the start of the actual opening ceremony.

Here’s a look at some sketches:

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A new summer-themed wallpaper has been added to My Nintendo in North America. The design shows Mario surfing, and a Blooper is present as well.

You can claim the wallpaper on My Nintendo here. It’ll only set you back 50 Platinum points.

The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3

Charles Martinet has long been associated as the voice of Mario. However, he’s not the only one to have played the character. Walker Boone voiced the famous plumber in The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World, two animated shows that aired during the early ’90s.

Sadly, Walker has passed away. His death actually occurred towards the beginning of the year, but it seems as though the news went largely unnoticed until today.

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