Saturday, July 24th, 2021

Universal’s new streaming exclusive deal will affect Super Mario movies

Universal Pictures has just reached an agreement with the streaming service Peacock. After the film has been screened, Peacock will exclusively produce its new movie Peacock in the United States during the first four months and the last four months of its 18-month streaming window.

This deal will take effect in 2022 and will affect the upcoming Minions movie, the cat in boots sequel, the next Jurassic Park movie and Super Mario The movie is currently under Illumination.

Both Universal Pictures and Peacock are part of NBCUniversal, the latter is owned by Comcast, so if you want to know who Peacock is-it is a competitor of NBC with Netflix and Disney+.

Peacock launched in early 2020
Peacock launched in early 2020

American audiences without Peacock will be able to watch Super Mario in the cinema or during the ten months between Peacock exclusive months.

At this time last year, we heard that the “Super Mario” movie was “going well.” In May, we reported that Illumination founder Chris Meledandri would work more closely with Nintendo as a “non-executive external director.”

However, much information about the “Super Mario” movie is still unclear. According to reports, Mario‚Äôs voice, Charles Martinet (Charles Martinet) Is not Play as Mario (even get in touch for this role).

As for whether we will see more Nintendo movies in the future-it is possible, as Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa said, they are “considering” representing other franchises.