Despite being very brief, the trailer didn't let me down. Chris Pratt's voice eventually emerged from Mario's animated form, which was deliciously strange. Additionally, Keegan-Michael Key is already doing a fantastic job as Toad, chastising Mario for thinking he was a mushroom. A toad with a grudge? Oh, yeah.
Great mysteries are becoming less and less common. What did the Library of Alexandria fire cause us to lose? How did those skiers from the Dyatlov Pass fare? What voice does Chris Pratt make when playing Mario? There is now one fewer unanswered question because that final one has been resolved.
Pratt is joined by Charlie Day as Luigi, Anya Taylor-Joy as Princess Peach, Seth Rogen as Donkey Kong, Jack Black as Bowser, Keegan-Michael Key as Toad, Fred Armisen as Cranky Kong, and Sebastian Maniscalco as Spike in "The Super Mario Bros. Movie."
Illumination Entertainment, the production company behind blockbusters like "Despicable Me," "Minions," and "Sing," collaborated with Nintendo on the movie.
Greg Kumparak, one of our own, said, "Bowser looks terrible! Chris Pratt is Mario.
He is correct. Mario first appears as he emerges from a warp pipe into a magical world filled with mushrooms, but he unexpectedly falls by himself into a field.
We adore Chris Pratt's portrayal of Mario thus far since he resembles Andy Dwyer more than Star-Lord.