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Mario Bros. Set to Jump to Big Screen in Deal with Universal's Illumination

Wall Street Journal Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()
Illumination Entertainment, which makes animated films for Universal Pictures, is close to an agreement with Nintendo to make an animated “Super Mario Bros.” movie based on the 32-year-old videogame series.
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News video: Mario, Luigi May Zoom Around Movie Screens One Again

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Mario and Luigi might be headed back to the big screen, but this time they’ll go via the animated feature route. According to Digital Trends, Illumination Entertainment may produce an animated movie based on the iconic Nintendo game franchise Super Mario Bros. The Wall Street Journal reports talks...

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