‘Star-Lord’ Chris Platt says his Mario voice will be different from any previous voice – Movie – cnBeta.COM

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Perhaps many fans are still haunted by the news that Chris Pratt will voice Mario in the upcoming Mario movie. But at least, Pratt himself seems to think it’s going to be something special.

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In an interview with Variety, he said: “I worked closely with the directors and tried a few things and also found something that I’m very proud of and can’t wait for people to see and hear. It’s an animated voice-over narrative. It’s not A live-action movie. I’m not running around in a plumber’s suit. I’m providing the voice for an animated character, and it’s up-to-date, unlike anything you’ve heard in Mario World before.”

That last sentence seems to imply that Pratt won’t be parodying Charles Martinette’s iconic rendition of Nintendo’s famous plumber.

Separately, Illumination founder and CEO Chris Meledandri said in a recent statement: “When people hear Chris Pratt’s performance, the criticism goes away, maybe not quite — people like to have an opinion, it’s It should. Whenever we finally hear Pratt’s interpretation of Mario, I — and I assume all other Twitter users — will almost certainly have an opinion.”

The Mario movie was originally scheduled to hit theaters in December, but it was delayed recently. It will now premiere in North America on April 7 and Japan on April 28. The film’s cast also includes Anya Taylor-Joy as Princess Peach, Charlie Day as Luigi and Jack Black as Bowser. While Martinet isn’t starring in Mario, he’ll be on the surprise cameo list.

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