Get ready, Brazil! Super Mario Bros is breaking the mold and will be available for streaming on Prime Video starting May 25th, despite still being in theaters worldwide.
Super Mario Bros Movie
The Super Mario Bros Movie brings the beloved video game characters to life, whisking viewers away to the enchanting Mushroom Kingdom. This highly anticipated film delivers a mix of adventure, humor, and stunning visuals. It also provides a cinematic experience that captures the essence of the game. Fans can soon enjoy this delightful journey on multiple streaming platforms, including Prime Video in Brazil.
Where to Stream Super Mario Bros
While the movie won’t be on platforms like Netflix, you can rent it on various services, including:
- Amazon Prime Video
- Apple TV
- Claro tv+
- Vivo Play
- UOL Play
Pricing details for purchasing or renting the movie are yet not official yet and you will see it closer to the release date.
Is the Early Release a Response to Leaks?
The unexpected announcement of Super Mario Bros on Prime Video is surprising given its current theatrical run. It’s worth noting that the movie has been leaked multiple times in recent weeks, which may have prompted this early release.
An Argentinian channel, GenTV, illegally aired the film shortly after its launch, showcasing a high-quality version rather than a typical in-theater recording. Additionally, the movie was posted in two parts on Twitter, quickly garnering thousands of interactions from users.
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The early arrival of Super Mario Bros on Prime Video in Brazil is an exciting development for fans eager to watch the film from the comfort of their homes. With the movie’s availability on multiple streaming services, it’s clear that the adventure set in the Mushroom Kingdom is making waves in the entertainment world. Keep an eye out for pricing details and additional information as the May 25th streaming release approaches.