As Illumination’s THE SUPER MARIO BROS. MOVIE continues to break box office records across the globe, the star-studded animated film will begin streaming exclusively on Peacock August 3rd. Fans can access more than just the film on Peacock with bonus content including:
- Getting to Know the Cast: behind-the-scenes interviews with the stars of the film.
- THE SUPER MARIO BROS. MOVIE Field Guide: an immersive video featuring the cast and various interactive features throughout the film including Power-Ups and Bonuses.
- Peaches Lyrical Video: sing along to Bowser’s big musical number as he serenades Princess Peach.
THE SUPER MARIO BROS. MOVIE is the latest addition to Peacock’s film collection, including Focus Features’ action-comedy POLITE SOCIETY, Universal Pictures’ Modern Monster Tale RENFIELD and box office hit COCAINE BEAR. Peacock gives audiences a front-row seat to a wide range of movies including comedy, horror, action/adventure, kids, and more.
The movie tells the story of two Brooklyn plumbers who are brothers and best friends: Mario (Chris Pratt), the brave one with the “let’s-a go” attitude, and the perpetually anxious Luigi (Charlie Day), who would prefer to go nowhere. We open with the Super Mario Brothers reckoning with their struggling plumbing business, and wind up in a whirlwind adventure through Mushroom Kingdom. Through their journey, we meet a cast of familiar, lovable characters, ultimately uniting together to defeat the power-hungry villain, Bowser (Jack Black). The Super Mario Bros. Movie takes what millions of gamers worldwide have loved for thirty-five years and levels it up to a new and breathtaking cinematic experience.
Showcasing an all-star lineup to voice the iconic pop culture characters, THE SUPER MARIO BROS. MOVIE stars Chris Pratt (Jurassic World franchise), Charlie Day (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Lego Movie), Anya Taylor-Joy (Last Night in Soho, The Queen’s Gambit), Keegan-Michael Key (Key & Peele), Seth Rogen (Neighbors, An American Pickle), Jack Black (Kung Fu Panda franchise) and Fred Armisen (“Wednesday,” Portlandia).