The co-directors of the upcoming Super Mario Bros. Movie, Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic.
stated in an interview that they will not handle the beloved Italian plumber in the same way as they did with Teen Titans Go.
Instead, they plan to deliver an authentic Super Mario experience that fans have not yet had.
Although the directors worked on the irreverent Teen Titans Go! show, they claim that they make new choices for each project depending on the audience and goals of the project.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie will be more faithful to the games than Teen Titans Go! and will feature a more active Princess Peach while Mario's brother, Luigi, is the one who needs saving from Bowser.
The movie is set to release in theaters on April 5th.Certainly! The Super Mario Bros. Movie has been in development for several years and is a highly anticipated project for fans of the iconic video game franchise.
The film will be produced by Illumination, the studio behind the popular Despicable Me and Minions movies, and will feature a mix of CGI and animation.
In addition to Princess Peach and Luigi, the movie will also feature other popular characters from the Mario universe, such as Mario himself, Bowser, and Toad.
The voice cast includes Chris Pratt as Mario, Anya Taylor-Joy as Princess Peach, and Jack Black as Bowser.
Fans have expressed excitement and some concern over the movie's direction, particularly with regards to how faithfully it will adapt the beloved video game characters and world.
However, Horvath and Jelenic's comments about delivering an authentic Super Mario experience have helped to alleviate some of these concerns.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie is set to release in theaters on April 5, 2023, and fans are eagerly awaiting its debut to see how well the filmmakers have brought the beloved video game franchise to the big screen.