John Leguizamo, the star of Super Mario Bros., released in 1993, is not happy with the upcoming Super Mario Bros. Movie animated movie.
In an earlier movie that did not receive incense critics, Leguizamo, who played Look, criticized the future output, especially for acting choices. According to him, choices are a step back.
Directors Annabel Wankel and Rocky Morton fought really hard that I got to the main part because I was a Latin man, and they did not want me to play for me, Leguizamo recalls to the IndieWire site. They fought really hard, and it was a breakthrough. The fact that they take a step back and do not play another [non-white actor] is pretty fucked up.
Leguizamo played in the 1993 film Luigi Bob Hopkins performed Marius. Starring the upcoming film will feature Chris Pratt Marion, Anya Taylor-Joy Pea china and Charlie Day Looking. You can read the whole list of actors through this news.
In September last year, Leguizamo wrote to Twitter that he was pleased with the new Super Mario movie. However, he also mentioned his annoyance of the actor choices.
In addition, he expressed concern about the story of the future work. I'm the only one who knows how to make this movie work for the script, said the statement.
The film, released on April 6, will also be enjoyed in domestic language. You can check out the Finnish trailer here.
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