The Super Mario Bros. Movie 
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Through Nintendo's work with Universal Parks & Resorts to create Mario-based attractions, later resulting in Super Nintendo World, Miyamoto met Chris Meledandri, founder of Universal Pictures' Illumination animation division. Miyamoto found Meledandri's creative process similar to his own and felt he would be the proper lead for a Mario film. They had started more earnest discussions by 2016, knowing that if they felt it would not work that they could easily walk away.  In November 2017, reports emerged that Nintendo was collaborating with Universal and Illumination to make an animated Mario film.  Then-Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima clarified that a deal had not been finalized, but that an announcement would come soon. Kimishima hoped that if the deal were successful, a 2020 release date would be possible.  Evangelista, Chris (May 4, 2021). "More Nintendo Animated Movies on the Way Following Illumination's Super Mario". /Film. Archived from the original on May 5, 2021 . Retrieved May 6, 2021. As the title says, I wanted to hate it, and I thought I would get my wish during the first few scenes. By the start of the second act, I had completely forgotten that the beginning of the movie existed!
Harrison, Alexander (February 11, 2022). "Super Mario Bros. Movie Is As Secretive As the MCU, Says Charlie Day". Screen Rant. Archived from the original on March 4, 2022 . Retrieved March 4, 2022. Sometimes early-days on-demand isn't necessarily cheaper than going to the movies, but happy for people if they can see it and couldn't before. I do think Mario movie is one of the relatively few animated movies which is really worth watching on a big screen though; there is just so much going on with the visuals that seeing it all in a theatre gives that extra oomph. La versione POWER UP EDITION è perfetta per godersi il film appieno e dedicarsi anche a qualche approfondimento.
During an October 2022 Nintendo Direct presentation, Meledandri confirmed that Brian Tyler was set to compose the film's score. Tyler worked closely with longtime Mario composer Koji Kondo to incorporate themes from the games.  He described the composition as "big", featuring an orchestra, choir and bands, as well as "Italian instruments, accordions, live drums, mandolins [...] whistling human voices", and " eight-bit [sounds]".  Recording sessions began on October 17, 2022, at the Eastwood Scoring Stage at Warner Bros.  Mixing took place at Skywalker Sound, where Kondo and Miyamoto responded positively to a 15-minute suite of new themes Tyler had written.  The film's music references leitmotifs from Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario 64 and Super Mario 3D Land, among other Mario games.  McWhertor, Michael (April 5, 2023). "Charles Martinet's cameo role in The Super Mario Bros. Movie is perfect". Polygon. Archived from the original on April 6, 2023 . Retrieved April 5, 2023. a b Rubin, Rebecca (April 10, 2023). " Super Mario Bros. Movie Box Office: All the Records Smashed on Opening Weekend". Variety. Archived from the original on April 10, 2023 . Retrieved April 10, 2023.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie doesn't officially release on Blu-ray until June 13, but select retailers such as Best Buy are selling special editions early. If you loved the animated romp across the Mushroom Kingdom, now's your chance to watch it in its best format (4K UHD Blu-ray). The Blu-ray comes with a handful of special features, including a segment about the creation of the movie, a field guide, and a lyric video of the biggest song of 2023. Yes, we're talking about Bowser's "Peaches."IGN rated the film 8/10, calling it: "a fireball of animated fantasy, overcoming a Paper Mario-thin plot with undeniable charm and energy".