The Wall Street Journal has reported that the two companies have been in talks for a year with Nintendo confirmed to be involved with the creative process as well as the series' creator Shigeru Miyamoto, who will likely serve as a producer on the film.
With the failure of the live-action movie, it makes sense that Nintendo would choose the animated route. Nintendo's CEO, Satoru Iwata, denied those reports a couple of months later.
In a newly discovered glitch, Super Mario Odyssey players using the multiplayer mode can actually kill Mario instead of helping him. Representatives of both companies refused to comment on the story.
Top Pak Army man says India sabotaging CPEC
He said India has violated the ceasefire for more than 1,200 times, thereby, continuing its years-old war against Pakistan.
The last and only feature-length movie to star Mario was the 1993 Super Mario Brothers starring Bob Hoskins. Universal Parks entered an agreement with Nintendo to develop multiple attractions based on the cavalcade of iconic characters the video game publisher owns. Right now, the deal is one for one movie, but there is potential for more.
The report notes that Illumination Entertainment, and Universal Pictures by default, could develop this into a multi-film franchise, akin to the Fast and Furious or Despicable Me (both are owned by Universal Pictures) universes.
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