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'Super Mario Bros.' Movie Heads to Big Screen

AceShowbiz Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Universal's Illumination Entertainment reportedly teams up with Nintendo for a new 'Super Mario Bros.' film.
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News video: Nintendo to Make Animated Super Mario Bros. Film

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Nintendo has reportedly signed a deal with animation studio Illumination Entertainment to make an animated Mario movie. According to the report, Illumination, which produced the 'Despicable Me' movie series, has been in negotiations with Nintendo for over a year. Reports add that right now, the deal...

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