Illumination, creators of the animated films of Minions, Pets, Sing! or The Grinch, they work to adapt Super Mario from Nintendo to a CGI movie. Its production follows the planned plan and, unlike other films -especially real image films that need outdoor recording-, it has not been affected by the coronavirus because the studio usually works remotely. Its premiere is scheduled for 2022.
According to reveals Deadline, the film is in active development and it is possible because they have always been organized with remote work. "A source close to Illumination describes the last two months as an extremely productive, innovative and creative time
This is the second attempt to bring your pet to the big screen. The first time was in 1993, with Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo, but critics and fans did not like it. This time Shigeru Miyamoto produces the film and has said trusting Illumination: "I will never forget when he told me about his failures. That's when I thought, 'I think I can trust this guy.' That was at the time I was considering (make) movies, so we decided to have him to do the animation for us when he said, 'What are you saying? Let's do something together "https://igamesnews.elespanol.com/".
Chris Meledandri, head of Illumination, commented that it is unusual for studios to involve the original creators as much as they are doing with Miyamoto. "There is a story in Hollywood of people who think they know more than the people responsible for a license. I have made that mistake in the past.". We remind you that Nintendo has also licensed its characters for the parks of Universal, Super Nintendo World. Recently a collection of multiple Mario