definitely not a robot
(He/Him + RT/artee)
In two days, Chris Pratt's voice will upend humanity as we know it.
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That is.That's a good poster.
I would legitimately love if they did a Ducktales thing where he’s Charles Martinet for a few minutes until a weird device makes him talk normal for a while and then at the end he’s Charles Martinet again. Second-place hope is Pratt doing a bad Brooklyn accent.What if he talks all "It is I, Mario," like that time Grimlock was smart?
This is exactly what I'm expecting. Just give me a gruff lil' dude like from the DiC cartoons, and I'll be happy.Second-place hope is Pratt doing a bad Brooklyn accent.
To some extent, I get why Nintendo would want to exert more control over what's allowed in Mario spinoffs. Just off the top of my head, TTYD had a HAL knock-off who spied on Peach in the shower and helped her create an invisibility potion that required her to be naked to be used properly.I don’t know what the ideal outcome is here. Forcing every spin-off to make all the Toads identical is still the dumbest thing that sucks out so much character. Hopefully Peach has a bit of agency in her own rescue? Whatever. I’ll definitely end up watching at some point regardless so I’ll guess we’ll find out.
Second-place hope is Pratt doing a bad Brooklyn accent.
Well, now I will be disappointed, no matter what. Because I can't imagine the movie coming close to being as great as this idea would make it possible to be.I mean I guess the pie-in-the-sky impossible scenario would be a slapstick kids version of Fury Road that’s just set-piece after set-piece taking out the Koopalings one by one. I doubt we’d get something that fun, though.
Wow, is this a quote? I mean, probably doesn't matter, because if not, it's probably still as bad, but...wow, that IS a bad statement.Based on his incredibly bad statement that his Mario "isn't Italian anymore, he's normal", I wouldn't hold out hope for this either.
Based on his incredibly bad statement that his Mario "isn't Italian anymore, he's normal", I wouldn't hold out hope for this either.
Happy to be wrong about this, then!While that is a very funny (terrible) quote, it is fortunately/unfortunately from some obscure satirical website, per Reuters:
Fact Check-Super Mario quote attributed to Chris Pratt stems from satireA satirical, fabricated quote attributed to actor Chris Pratt about his intent to portray Nintendo character Mario in his normal voice because “Mario isn’t Italian anymore. He’s normal now,” is being taken seriously by some online.www.reuters.com