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The Super Mario Bros. Movie has a Record Opening Weekend

Super Mario Bros. Movie Box Office

Super Mario Bros. Movie Box Office

The box office was rocked by “The Super Mario Bros. Movie,” and it did so with gusto. According to a press release, the film earned over $200 million in its first five days in North America and an estimated $377 million globally, breaking the record for an animated film’s opening weekend.

Since “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” opened in February with $225.3 million, “Super Mario Bros.” had the highest opening weekend gross of the year so far.

Super Mario Bros. Movie

Chris Pratt plays Mario, Charlie Day plays Luigi, and Anya Taylor-Joy plays Princess Peach in this film based on Nintendo’s legendary “Super Mario” video games from 1985.

The comedic talents of Jack Black, Keegan-Michael Key, Seth Rogen, Fred Armisen and Kevin Also included are Michael Richardson and Sebastian Maniscalco.

Actor Charles Martinet, Mario’s longtime official voice in the games, makes a special appearance in the film. Martinet, not Pratt, was the first choice of many gamers who felt the latter should have played the role of Mario.

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In “Super Mario Bros.,” plumbers Mario and Luigi from Brooklyn are repairing a water main below when they get sucked by a mysterious pipe. The siblings are lost in a “wonderful new world,” and when they are separated, “Mario goes on an epic mission to recover Luigi,” as the official movie website puts it.

With the second “Guardians of the Galaxy” film starring Pratt set to begin production in May, the strong start is encouraging news for theaters as they enter the busy summer moviegoing season.

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