‘Mario Rap’ Return Stars in Super Mario Bros. superbowl
Another new trailer for what’s to come Super Mario Bros. the film was released today, part of the onslaught of expensive and long Super Bowl ads, and although it’s usually enough to rot the brains of even the most online among us, I can assure you it’s fantastic.
Unlike all previous trailers, which are actual trailers with clips from the movie, this new take on Mario Rapclassic intro from Super Mario Bros. Super Show, a live action television series that ran from 1989 to 1991.
Here, if you need to refresh your memory, the original:
And here is the 2023 version:
I didn’t call this number because I’m not in the US but this site really worksand it’s everything you’d hope it would be from a struggling small business serving the Brooklyn and Queens areas. Excessive animation, broken image links, job page (still in development unfortunately) and even new mouse cursor.
Best of all, however, are the testimonials, including from Spike, who is actually the brothers’ boss and who will appear in the film (he will be played by comedian Sebastian Maniscalco).
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It’s strange that one of the things people were most interested inG Super Mario Bros. the film is concerned with how everyone sounds. I mean we know who the cast is, have known it foreverbut what we didn’t know was to what extent each actor was going to interfere.
That’s why everyone was so obsessed with Chris Pratt’s Mario, and why Jack Black seems perfect as Bowser, because… he did that voice 1000 times and he was born to do it. However, one important voice we haven’t heard yet is Seth Rogen’s Donkey Kong, and he could also go in any direction.