Yesterday he came there Article in FilmTotaal, which stipulated that nothing but Chris Pratt The beloved game character Mario is about to voice the Super Mario animated movie. However, not everyone agrees with this, so now Pratt has decided to bite the bullet.
The actor received a lot of criticism online. For example, some believe that he is not the right actor, because he does not have Italian roots. Others find it unacceptable that Chris Martinet, the voice of Mario, did not get the role.
Pratt, who is best known for his role as Starlord in several Marvel movies, explains in an Instagram video why he was chosen for the role. He says that as a child he was always obsessed with Super Mario.
He even stole coins from a fountain wishing to bring back the original arcade game Mario Bros. To play at a local amusement park. Pratt also leaves out Mario’s famous phrase, “It’s mine!” But he says he will use a different sound for the film. Watch the video below.
In addition to Pratt as Mario, the voice cast also includes Charlie Day as Luigi, Anya Taylor-Joy as Princess Peach, Jack Black as Bowser, Keegan-Michael Key as Toad, and Seth Rogen as Donkey Kong.
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