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Mario movie to release earlier in some parts of the world

Image: Nintendo/Illumination

After yesterday’s brand new Mario Movie trailer and a new promotional video released earlier today, we have even more news on the upcoming Illumination animated film about an Italian plumber and his adventures in the Mushroom Kingdom.

As noted VGKit looks like Movie Super Mario Bros. is receiving an early release in parts of Europe, Australia, New Zealand and South America.

The film will be released on March 22 in Belgium, and Switzerland, Australia and Sweden will be able to watch the film on the 23rd or 24th of the month. France and the UK will receive the film on March 29 and 30 respectively.

Australia and New Zealand will also be able to see the film on March 30, as will most of South America, including Mexico, Colombia, Brazil and Paraguay. However, the release dates in the US and Japan have not changed – in North America, the film is scheduled for April 7, and in Japan it will have to wait until April 27.

Here is a list of confirmed release dates for the upcoming animated film (thanks, VGK!), with additional dates taken from IMBD:

Europe

  • Belgium – March 22
  • Switzerland – March 23
  • Austria – March 24
  • Norway – March 24
  • Sweden – March 24
  • France – March 29
  • Hungary – March 30
  • United Kingdom – March 30
  • Italy – April 6
  • Lithuania — April 7
  • Turkey – 14th of April
  • Poland – 26 of May

Australia

  • Australia – March 30
  • New Zealand – March 30

Asia

  • Singapore — April 6
  • Japan — April 27

North America

  • Canada — April 7
  • USA — April 7

South America

  • Bolivia – March 30
  • Brazil – March 30
  • Central America – March 30
  • Chile – March 30
  • Colombia – March 30
  • Mexico – March 30
  • PAruguayan – March 30
  • Uruguay – March 30
  • Argentina – April 6
  • Ecuador – April 6
  • Peru – April 6
  • Venezuela – April 6

All of these dates are subject to change, but for now, WAHOOO for us in Europe!

If you want to get a better look at some of the film’s stars, take a look at these incredible looking posters shared by Universal Pictures and Nintendo:




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