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Nintendo might be making a feature-length Mario movie

The Next Web Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()
Nintendo might be making a feature-length Mario movieNintendo is reportedly in talks with Universal Studios to create an animated film starring everyone’s favorite Italian plumber, Mario. The company will be working with Illumination Entertainment, the Universal-affiliated studio behind the “Despicable Me” and “Minions” films. According to the report by the Wall Street Journal, the studio has been in discussions with the studio for a year, and the movie is in the early stages of production. This is likely an extension of Nintendo’s existing collaboration with Universal Studios, which will eventually result in Mario appearing in a Japanese theme park by 2020. It wouldn’t surprise me if the film…

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