The Super Mario Bros. Movie will now be released on April 5 in the US and other countries, two days earlier than announced. Having been initially left out of this alteration, we now know that the UK will follow suit and show the movie’s earlier-released version.
The Mario Movie is still slated for release on the 7th, according to the official Universal website for the UK, but the studio’s Twitter account was on hand to put the matter to rest.
For more information, please view the tweet mentioned below-
It’s-a-go time. We’re one month away. #SuperMarioMovie is in cinemas April 5. pic.twitter.com/S4ogeaBWaF
— Universal Pictures UK (@universaluk) March 5, 2023
The identical message was made yesterday on several Universal Twitter channels in several countries. With a release on April 5, France, Spain, and Italy joined the UK and the US as other nations.
During the next few weeks, we’ll look for any additional release date adjustments and update our complete premiere guide accordingly. The release date for the eagerly anticipated Mario Movie is altered almost daily today. The premiere was moved forward again for the US and more than 60 additional international markets.
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The movie will now open in the US on April 5, 2023, as announced by the official @supermariomovie Twitter account. This is a two-day change from the earlier announcement of April 7. The tweet also confirms that the release in Japan has not changed, with additional dates still distributed throughout April and May. (still expected for April 28).
Let’s have a look at the tweet provided below for further details-
Wahoo! The #SuperMarioMovie is moving from April 7 to April 5 in the US and in more than 60 markets around the world. The movie hits theaters in additional markets in April and May, with Japan opening April 28. pic.twitter.com/CjlikfC3cu
— The Super Mario Bros. Movie (@supermariomovie) February 28, 2023
The move to April 5 appears to apply to several other nations. However, more information about which markets would experience the adjustment is still pending. Some people will have to wait a little longer – spoiler filters at the ready — as the UK and several other European nations still hang onto their 7th April dates, according to IMDb.
We will update our release date guide as soon as we find any new information, so be sure to keep an eye on Tech Ballad.