Although some people doubt that Chris Pratt will become Mario’s new voice in the upcoming Super Mario Bros. animated film, Illumination co-founder and CEO Chris Meledandri praised Pratt for giving Nintendo’s mascot a new tone Performance, and called it very good.
VGC reported that Mele Dandri had a conversation with a reporter from Toofab at Los Angeles International Airport in California, where he was asked about Chris Pratt’s version of Mario. He said:
“I can only tell you the voice he made for us, and Mario is extraordinary. I can’t wait for people to hear it.”
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Illumination CEO praised Chris Pratt’s performance in the upcoming Super Mario animated film
Mele Dandri also mentioned that Pratt would not use an Italian accent to play Charles Martinet, Mario’s original voice actor, as he usually does. The CEO claims that there is a reason behind this, and the answer will be given in the movie.
In the upcoming movie, other artists who will voice the classic Mario character with Pratt include the Queen’s gambling star Anya Taylor Joy as Princess Peach, Charlie Day as Luigi, Jack Black as Bowser, Seth Rogen As Donkey Kong. Be sure to follow us for more game and entertainment news and updates.
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