At tonight’s Game Awards, Keegan Michael-Key (the voice of Toad within the Mario film) launched the world to the primary prolonged clip from The Super Mario Bros. Movie, giving us a style of Illumination’s tackle the lands of the Mushroom Kingdom.
There’s so much to love right here—it’s visually beautiful, and the soundtrack is a superb play on basic Mario tunes that may flutter the hearts of any Nintendo fan—and over all, it’s a comparatively cute option to introduce us to about as “realistic” a tackle the house of Toad, Peach, and her hundreds of thousands of fungal topics as you will get. Floaty platforms! Warp pipes! The Mushroom Kingdom went all in on public transit and rather less in on well being and security.
But the proverbial goomba within the room is, after all, Chris Pratt’s Mario voice. The clip is nearly prefer it tries to chop round it, however we do get sufficient right here to see the fake accent the Guardians of the Galaxy and Jurassic World actor is placing on, and… effectively, it’s actually one thing.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie hits screens April 7.
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