Nintendo Direct dedicated to the Super Mario Bros. movie: date, time and first details
The Japanese company confirms a Nintendo Direct on October 16 dedicated exclusively to the Super Mario Bros. movie after its teaser’s release.
The Super Mario Bros movie will have its own Nintendo Direct. The presentation will take place on October 6 at 4:05 PM ET through its official channels on YouTube and Twitch. The Japanese company has confirmed that during the event it will show the first official trailer, although there will be no information regarding the video game. U.S. theaters on April 7, 2023, while in Japan it will be released a few weeks later, on April 28. Other regions, such as Europe, maintain a release date for the spring of the same year. Universal Pictures will be in charge of bringing it to the big screen.
The announcement is accompanied by an image that lets us know what will be the look of the movie produced by Illumination. Minutes before this Nintendo Direct, the New York Comic Con will be the stage chosen by Nintendo for the presentation of the first teaser of the movie. This will take place on October 6 at 4:00 PM ET (5 minutes before the Nintendo Direct) and you will be able to watch it through the official Twitter account of the event.
Tune in at 1:05 p.m. PT on 10/6 for a #NintendoDirect: The Super Mario Bros. Movie presentation introducing the world premiere trailer for the upcoming film (no game information will be featured).— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) October 4, 2022
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What time will the Nintendo Direct of the Super Mario Bros movie be held in the U.S.?
The Nintendo Direct for the Super Mario Bros. CGI movie will be released at the following times in the United States:
- 4:05 PM ET
- 3:05 PM CT
- 1:05 PM PT
The animated film will feature an exceptional cast. Chris Pratt will voice Mario, who will be accompanied by heavyweights such as Anya Taylor-Joy (Peach), Charlie Day (Luigi), Jack Black (Bowser), Keegan-Michael Key (Toad), Seth Rogen (Donkey Kong), Fred Armisen (Cranky Kong), Kevin Michael Richardson (Kamek) and Sebastian Maniscalco (Spike), among others. Charles Martinet, who played Mario in the past, will make a cameo appearance.
Source | Nintendo at Twitter