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Netflix sets US premiere date – Deadline

Netflix sets US premiere date – Deadline

Exclusive: Super Mario Bros movie Deadline has learned that it will premiere on Netflix in the US, amid its continued presence on Peacock, where it debuted in August. The record-breaking film from Universal and Illumination makes its debut on the platform on December 3, joining a list of titles the whole family can get involved with.

With the holiday season right around the corner, this is the time of year when locking down this type of title is crucial, given the promise of a huge increase in viewership. In 2022, family-friendly series and movies were in the top 10 TV or movie charts in 59 countries every week from Thanksgiving to Christmas. Over the same period, family-friendly films also made up at least three of the top 10 English films globally each week.

Other family-friendly fare that will debut on Netflix soon includes: better. Christmas. never! (November 16), Adam Sandler motion picture Leo (November 21), Villains: Very bad vacation (November 30), Switch family (November 30), Chicken Run: Blast the block (December 15), and Pokemon Conciergewhich premieres in December.

Inspired by Shigeru Miyamoto’s beloved Nintendo games, Super Mario Bros movie It is the origin story of two Brooklyn plumbers who are brothers and best friends: Mario (Chris Pratt), the brave one with a “let’s go” attitude, and the ever-anxious Luigi (Charlie Day), who would rather go anywhere. We begin with the Super Mario Brothers dealing with their struggling plumbing business, and end up on a whirlwind adventure through the Mushroom Kingdom. Throughout their journey, we meet a group of familiar and likable characters, who eventually band together to defeat the power-hungry villain, Bowser (Jack Black).

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The film stars Keegan-Michael Key, Seth Rogen, Fred Armisen, Sebastian Maniscalco and others. The film was directed by Aaron Horvath and Michael Jellinek, and co-directed by Pierre Leduc and Fabian Pollack. It was written by Matthew Vogel, produced by Illumination’s Chris Meledandri and Miyamoto, and features Brett Hoffman, Bill Ryan, and Yusuke Beppo serving as EPs. After debuting in theaters in April, the film has grossed more than $1.36 billion worldwide. In addition to being the second highest-grossing title of the year so far, it is now the highest-grossing video game adaptation of all time, as well as the third-highest-grossing animated film in history.

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