Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto posted a short statement on Twitter, saying that the upcoming Super Mario Bros. The animated film will not be released this year.
The film, which has yet to be officially named and which has not released a single promotional image, was originally scheduled to hit theaters on December 21. However, it will now be released in April 2023:
This is Miyamoto. After consulting with Chris San, my partner in Illumination about Super Mario Bros. We have decided to move the global release to Spring 2023 – April 28 in Japan and April 7 in North America. My deepest apologies but I promise you it will be worth the wait.
Unfortunately, “Chris Sun” is not Chris Pratt, but rather Chris Meledandri, CEO and founder of Illumination, the animation studio behind despicable me–This is the making of the movie.
That’s a long way from now, but also kind of explain why, Apart from the explosion of casting adsWe have practically seen and heard nothing about this movie since it was first announced.
Feel free to makepostponed movie It’s good at the end, but it’s a rushed movie “Forever bad” below, but when you do Remember, the original quote is likely something Miyamoto never said!
By the way, I really like this tweet. The Twitter account of Nintendo of America is usually very official and organized Place, home to minute levels of planning and public relations work. This reads like Miyamoto grabbed someone’s microphone hand at partyor that’s like the boss he is too He has a big red phone on his desk, that’s just writing Tweets and passwords for all regional Nintendo accounts can be bypassed.
Even while this same news Disappointing, please, Nintendo, allow more CEOs and developers room to drop personal tweets on
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