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New production studio in the works with plans to fit more IP

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As the world eagerly waits for Chris Pratt to reveal his Mario voice for Super Mario Bros: The Movie, Nintendo nibbles Super Mushrooms and expands its brand in the film industry. According to recent documentsNintendo is in the process of acquiring Pictures of Dynamo, a CG animation company that would become Nintendo Pictures. Once the transformation is complete, the studio plans to adapt more of Nintendo’s IPs. Nintendo hasn’t revealed which properties the studio plans to adopt.

The agreement is set for confirmation on October 3, as long as Bowser doesn’t show up and derail the process. After the ink dries, Nintendo confirmed that “The company name Dynamo Pictures should be changed to “Nintendo Pictures Co., Ltd. ” Focus on visual content development using Nintendo IP.

If you’re not familiar with Dynamo Pictures, they’ve worked on projects like ghost in the shellStudio Ghibli Earwig and the Witch, Nier Replicantmega man, Death Strandingand the titles in the resident Evil franchise. Although Nintendo has yet to reveal any potential plans for the studio, fans could possibly see adaptations of The Legend of Zelda, metroid, animal crossingWhere Luigi’s mansion.

Meanwhile, Nintendo Super Mario Bros: The Movie is slated for a 2023 release. The CG-animated adventure featuring many of Nintendo’s most iconic characters includes Chris Pratt as Mario, Charlie Day as Luigi, Anya Taylor-Joy as Princess Peach, Jack Black as Bowser , Keegan-Michael-Key as Toad, Seth Rogen as Donkey Kong, and Fred Armisen as Cranky Kong. There is incredible hype for Super Mario Bros: The Movie after the success of films like Pokemon: Detective Pikachu and the sonic the hedgehog movies. With several more video game adaptations from multiple studios in the works, Hollywood is hoping to tap into another nostalgia-driven market and fracture it at its fair value.

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