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How successful that movie has been is mind-boggling.
Chris Pratt, who voices Mario, has teased that news on a sequel to the record-breaking Super Mario Bros. Film should be coming “quickly.”
The ongoing author’s strike that has closed much of Hollywood, however, appears to be the determining factor in how soon this can happen.
Pratt explained to Entertainment Tonight, “We are in the middle of this authors’ strike, therefore everything has actually been stopped briefly and put on hold for the ideal reasons.”
Trailer for the upcoming Super Mario Bros. film.
“I truly do support the WGA and our authors,” he concluded. When the settlements are finalised and the writers are ready to move forward, we can discuss the following steps.
Due to its enormous success, a sequel to the Super Mario Bros. Film seems inevitable. Aside from being the highest-grossing film of 2023 so far, it is also the highest-grossing computer game update of all time and the highest-grossing cartoon animation launch of all time.
As of right now, it has made over $1.3 billion over the world.
Pratt, reflecting on the film’s success, thanked everyone involved, saying, “We are so grateful for the assistance.””I can’t believe how successful that movie has been.
I thought people would like it as much as I did, but people of all ages from all over the world seem to be enjoying it. Many people like it. They’re big Mario fans. I can’t believe I’m a part of this film; it’s so entertaining, funny, cute, and emotional.
It was always clear that both Nintendo and the Minions movie studio, Illumination, had plans for sequels and spin-offs. There was talk of a Donkey Kong-fronted project in the works even before the movie came out.
What potential locations exist for the upcoming Mario Movie? There are a lot of spoilers, but Eurogamer has a lot of ideas right now.
For what it was, I like the film and deemed it “an amusing advert for whatever Nintendo” in Eurogamer’s review of Super Mario Bros. the Film.