Nintendo is Finally Going to Erase the Tragedy of the 90's Super Mario Bros. Movie From History and I'm Pumped
By Frank Ram Chief of Content
I'm a little embarrassed to admit that as a kid I loved the Super Mario Bros. live-action movie from 1993. I was seven when it came out, and I didn't care about the quality of the movie at all. I was excited that Mario and Luigi were on the big screen trying to save to save Daisy (who the hell thought it was a good idea to name her Daisy? Really Nintendo). It should have been Princess Toadstool. By the way, her name should still be Princess Toadstool, not Princess Peach. Show some damn respect. With that being said, the movie sucked and was a complete disaster. However, Nintendo is indicating that there may be hope to erase the movie, and I use that word loosely, from film history.
Nintendo announced yesterday that a new animated Mario movie would be released Dec. 21, 2022. The cast is stack and let's be honest, any kind of production that has to do with the Super Mario Bros. franchise should always be animated. It's how we played it growing up and it's how it should be on the big screen.
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