EP79 | Super Mario Brothers Sequel

EP79 | Super Mario Brothers Sequel

Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros is the most iconic video game franchise in history, so of course a Super Mario Bros live action film starring Mario and Luigi made sense to movie studios in 1993. Unfortunately the grimy wasteland inhabited by Bob Hoskins, John Leguizamo and Dennis Hopper on the silver screen bore very little resemblance to the colorful fantasy world we saw on our television sets at home.

The film has lived in infamy for 25 years as many more video game movies have come and gone,  but no further live action forays into the world of the Super Mario Bros have ever been discussed…until now.

Join Adam, Jeramy and returning guest, Colin as they share their stories of gaming with Mario in the 80’s and 90’s, their first time seeing Super Mario Bros in movie theaters and ultimately begin pitching their wild ideas for a Super Mario Bros movie sequel.

Will the gritty cinematic vision of Dinohattan return along with some amped up violence in the mushroom kingdom? Or will the crew work to bring the film back in line with the imagination of gamers everywhere to create a worthy quest for these video game heroes?

Listen now and find out how Super Mario Bros 2 takes shape in the world of imagination known as SequelQuest.

Stream it from the link below or find the show on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, Podbean, SoundCloud and more.

iTunes http://apple.co/2qJQwux
GooglePodcasts http://bit.ly/2qwIkl7
Soundcloud http://bit.ly/2p28pIL
TuneIn http://bit.ly/2pKRWWf
Stitcher http://bit.ly/2BJaBGm
Podbean http://bit.ly/2nqSQHz


Intro Music
Music: Do The Relapse by Domo
Exit Music
Music: You Be The Grudge by Domo
Technical Producer: Jeramy Hubbard
Editor(s): Adam Pope & Jeramy Hubbard
Social Media Producer: Adam Pope & Jeramy Hubbard
Website: http://sequelquestpod.com
Twitter: @ SQPod
Instagram: @ SequelQuest
Facebook: Sequelquest
All rights to the individual Intellectual Properties discussed on SequelQuest are under the ownership of their respective current owners, no copyright infringement is intended.

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