“Go to the movies and we’ll talk,” replies Chris Pratt

Super Mario the Movie: "Go to the movies and we'll talk"Chris Pratt responds to fans criticizing him

Currently in promotion for the upcoming release of Super Mario Bros The Movie, Chris Pratt continues the interviews and doesn’t hesitate to answer any pesky questions. During an interview with American media ExtraTV, the journalist returned to the controversy surrounding her vocal performance when the first trailer came out. Many have criticized the actor for not adopting Mario’s signature voice and keeping his voice natural. Reactions were strong on social networks, even to the point that American Internet users (supported by major media) started watching the French version of the trailer and found that Pierre Tessier’s work was more convincing, and especially closer to the voice imprinted by Charles Martinet. In the face of this controversy, Chris Pratt did not give up and invites all fans to see the film first and then come back and discuss it with him. He even suggests watching the movie twice before listening closely to the intricacies of his vocal performance.

Considering we saw the movie twice almost a month ago, once in VF and then the second in VO, we can confirm that Chris Pratt’s role as Mario is quite successful, so much so that we were surprised. It also proves that certain passages taken a bit out of context can change the end result. Of course, Pierre Tessier remains the GOAT in terms of vocal mimicry, but the one who also calls himself Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy is also a good Mario. See you on April 5 to find out if you agree with Chris and also with our point of view.

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