“Super Mario Bros.: The Movie”: Star-Lord’s voice “Mario” was disgusted by video game fans and persuaded to quit

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A few days ago, the animated film “Super Mario Bros.: The Movie” announced the dubbing lineup. “Super Mario” will be voiced by “Star-Lord” Chris Pratt.

Other voice actors include Anya Taylor-Joy, Jack Black and others. The lineup is quite luxurious.

However, many “Super Mario” game fans expressed their rejection of the “Star-Lord” appearance!

"Super Mario Bros.: The Movie": Star-Lord's voice "Mario" was disgusted by video game fans and persuaded to quit

As Nintendo’s most classic video game, “Super Mario” has been confirmed to be an animated film in cooperation with the Hollywood team.

“Father of Mario” Shigeru Miyamoto was invited to participate in the creation.

In addition to “Star-Lord” for the protagonist “Mario”, the twin brother “Luigi” will be dubbed by Charlie Day, and “Princess Peach” will be the strongest Anya Taylor-Joy this year.

In addition, other voice actors who have been dubbing the game will also “special guest appearances” in the film.

Regarding the fact that “Star-Lord” was persuaded by game fans to quit, the media speculated that the reason may be related to the excessive exposure of Chris Pratt in Hollywood in recent years.

"Super Mario Bros.: The Movie": Star-Lord's voice "Mario" was disgusted by video game fans and persuaded to quit

His many Hollywood role images are deeply rooted in the hearts of the people, and he may not be able to substitute “Mario” for his classic game roles.

But Chris Pratt himself was quite happy about this.

He released the short film on IG on the day the film party announced the lineup.

The short film revealed that there was a coin-operated laundromat near my home when I was young, which contained the original arcade game “Super Mario Bros.”.

Chris Pratt said that he really likes to play, and he was also excited to say that becoming a “Mario” is a dream come true.

Related Post: “Super Mario Bros.: The Movie” animated film will be released on December 21, 2022.

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