5 Easter Eggs that We’re Crossing our Fingers for in The Super Mario Bros. Movie

Oct 18, 2022 | 0 comments

The trailer for The Super Mario Bros. Movie is truly impressive and definitely brings the hype for Mario fans everywhere. Nintendo and Illumination have outdone themselves with the graphics and overall fun tone, but what else could make the movie great for gamers? Here are some ideas!

1. “Let’s a-go!”

After popping out of nowhere amidst several mushrooms, Toad invites Mario to follow him to Mushroom Kingdom. We get to hear Chris Pratt’s Mario say “Mushroom Kingdom: here we come!” This isn’t too far from saying “Let’s a-go,” but it’s not quite the same. Hopefully, this will evolve into the iconic line that we all know and love by the end of the movie. 

2. Yoshi 

Let’s face it: the crowd would go wild if Yoshi popped up in the movie. Mario’s green, dinosaur companion has been carrying Mario around and gobbling up enemies since 1990’s Super Mario World. Yoshi’s even been the main hero in his own games, so why not surprise devoted fans with this adorable character? 

3. Luigi’s Mansion

At the tail end of the trailer, Luigi, the man in green himself, makes a short appearance! He’s running away from several Dry Bones chasing him out of a creepy forest at night. Luigi hops along stones over lava and into a disheveled castle, closing the door just before the Dry Bones make it inside. This definitely looks like it could be straight from a level in Luigi’s Mansion. All we need are some Boo’s and the Poltergust 300! 

4. Mario Kart 

Who wouldn’t love a reference to the iconic Mario Kart franchise? Seeing Mario and Luigi driving around and throwing items at enemies Double Dash style would just bring so much joy to the hearts of gamers everywhere.  

5. Sonic Crossover

It’s a long shot, but it’s an epic one. The Sonic movies have garnered a lot of success and praise from fans, as the third movie already has teased Shadow as a villain. We’ve had some Mario and Sonic crossover games, mostly in Olympic Games, but how cool would it be to see these two characters really team up to save the day? 

It’s been a long time coming for an animated Mario movie to be made. By the looks of it, it’s going to be a blast! Mama mia! The Super Mario Bros. Movie comes out on April 7th, 2023.  

Guest Author:  Gabrielle Muniz

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