Chris Pratt’s voice in the ‘Super Mario Bros Movie’ trailer is widely discussed
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Chris Pratt’s voice in the ‘Super Mario Bros Movie’ trailer is widely discussed

The long-awaited official trailer for “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” has finally been released. The film is produced by Illumination Entertainment’s “Despicable Me” studio and marks the second adaptation of the Nintendo game franchise after a live-action film was made in 1993.

This adaptation is led by Chris Pratt who voices the character Mario. The film features Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Day, Jack Black, Keegan-Michael Key, Seth Rogen, Fred Armisen, and Kevin Michael Richardson.

Nintendo and Illumination Animation’s close collaboration, “The Super Mario Bros. Movie”, will bring the world of the Mushroom Kingdom to the big screen once again. However, after the trailer was released, viewers expressed their disappointment with Pratt’s voice as the titular character.

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Via Twitter, loyal Nintendo fans have shared their reactions to the new trailer and their first impressions of the cast of “The Super Mario Bros. Movie”. Including criticism of Pratt’s voice. In their opinion, Pratt’s voice for the character was too close to the actor’s usual voice.

“Everything in the Mario trailer is fine except for Mario,” said one Twitter user. “You can see Jack Black pouring a lot of love and heart into Bowser’s voice, while Chris Pratt is just uh… talking? It’s a bit weird but the visuals are really amazing, and I love the general vibe of it all,” said another.

“Chris Pratt said he worked really hard on Mario’s voice just to sound like Chris Pratt was the funniest thing,” quipped another. “I can’t rule out the fact that Chris Pratt just uses his normal voice for Mario,” another critique.

Jennifer Lawrence Becomes War Veteran In ‘Causeway’ Trailer

Jennifer Lawrence will be starring in a new Apple TV+ drama “Causeway”. In this film, he will compete acting with Brian Tyree Henry. The first trailer for the film has finally been released.

In “Causeway”, Lawrence plays Lynsey, an Afghanistan war veteran who returns to the United States with a debilitating brain injury following an IED explosion. His slow recovery process is affected by his strained relationship with his mother (Linda Emond).

However, she forms a bond with a local man named James (Henry), who suppresses the trauma of his own past. Lynsey’s budding friendship with James forms the emotional core of the film, which is described as a calm but devastating, and ultimately uplifting, story about making peace and moving forward.

The trailer also features a grim picture as Lynsey struggles to get back on her feet. Viewers also get a glimpse of what may have influenced James, and some glimpses into their developing bond.

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Lawrence was last seen in director Adam McKay’s Netflix satire “Don’t Look Up,” in which he starred alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and a host of high-profile stars. His name once skyrocketed when he starred in the “The Hunger Games” franchise.

Meanwhile, “Causeway” premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, where it received positive reviews highlighting the main characters. The film is directed by feature debutant Lila Neugebauer and written by Ottessa Moshfegh & Luke Goebel and Elizabeth Sanders.

The film was produced by Lawrence and Justine Ciarrocchi. Neugebauer, Jacob Jaffke, Sophia Lin, Patricia Clarkson, Kirk Michael Fellows, and Christopher J. Surgent serve as executive producers. “Causeway” is scheduled to be released theatrically and on Apple TV+ on November 4.

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