One of the most anticipated feature films of the moment is undoubtedly Super Mario Bros. The Movie, which may still be holding several surprises that could be revealed in the next Nintendo Direct on March 9. However, one of the points that has divided opinions the most was the dubbing of some characters.
As you will surely remember, the one chosen to lend his voice to Mario was Chris Pratt and for Luigi, Charlie Day, who have been strongly criticized for their version of the characters that did not go down very well with the followers of Charles Martinet.
Now, and to take these criticisms with humor, Pratt and Day participated in a video in which they show a little more about what their interpretation of the most popular brothers in video games will be like.
Here you can see it:
As you could see, the 2 actors make a rather curious example of how Mario and Luigi will sound in the movie, although of course it’s all a joke to lower the tension between the community and their work yet to be released.
It is worth mentioning that, in addition to Pratt and Day, other well-known actors such as Anya Taylor-Joy (Peach), Jack Black (Bowser), Keegan-Michael Key (Toad) and Seth Rogen (Donkey Kong), among others, will be part of the cast.
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We remind you that Super Mario Bros. The Movie It will be released on April 6 in theaters in Mexico.
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