When Can You Stream ‘The Super Mario Bros. Movie’ Online? Here’s How to Watch From at Home
The animated movie has raked in more than $1 billion at the global box office.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie is headed to video on demand, and if you want a physical copy, pre-order the hit film on Blu-ray/DVD. The animated blockbuster — starring Chris Pratt as Mario, Charlie Day as Luigi, Anya Taylor-Joy as Princess Peach and Jack Black as Bowser — has raked in more than $1 billion and counting.
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Based on Nintendo’s popular video game series, Super Mario Bros. follows Mario and Luigi as they set out on a “whirlwind adventure through Mushroom Kingdom.” The brothers get separated, leaving it up to Mario to find and rescue Luigi from Bowser and save Mushroom Kingdom (with help from Princess Peach).
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With its huge box-office opening, Super Mario Bros. surpassed Frozen as the highest grossing debut for an animated movie and stands as the highest-grossing movie of 2023 ahead of Avatar: The Way of Water and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. The animated hit held the No. 1 spot at the box office for four consecutive weeks.
When Can You Watch The Super Mario Bros. Movie From Home?
When will The Super Mario Bros. Movie be released on streaming? According to Prime Video, the movie will be available to stream on the West Coast starting Monday (May 15) at 9 p.m. PT., while East Coasters can start streaming at midnight on Tuesday (May 16).
Based on other blockbusters, audiences might be waiting a little while to stream for free. Top Gun: Maverick, for example, was released to streaming platforms roughly three months after premiering in theaters but didn’t land on Paramount+ until later December 2022. Similarly, Avatar 2 hit streaming around three months aft
Either way, pre-ordering a copy of The Super Mario Bros. Movie will put you first in line to watch the movie from home as soon as it drops on VOD.
he Super Mario Bros. Movie is $29.99 to pre-order a digital copy via Prime Video and other platforms such as Vudu, Apple TV/iTunes and Google Play once it’s officially released. Stream the Super Mario Bros. Movie on your TV, computer, phone and other devices via Prime Video and apps from other streamers (use Express VPN to stream internationally).
Amazon Prime members can stream The Super Mario Bros. Movie on Prime Video and enjoy fast and free shipping once the Blu-ray becomes available.
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The Super Mario Bros. Movie Blu-ray remains in the top spot on Amazon’s roster of bestselling kids & family Blu-rays.
The movie is $24.99 for a Blu-ray/DVD/digital combo and $29.99 for the 4K edition at Amazon. The release was originally set for June, but availability could change depending on what’s in stock. You can also pre-order at retailers such as Target and Walmart.
This Walmart-exclusive limited-edition gift set pictured above includes a collectible tin that you can use to house and display the movie discs. The gift set is available for $32.96 (pre-order) while supplies last.
If you’re a fan of video game, then you’ll love the Super Mario Bros. Movie merch available online such as the official Super Mario Bros. Movie Storybook ($14.99), this Super Mario Bros. Bomber Jacket ($34.99), Super Mario Bros. Monopoly, and LEGO’s Super Mario 64 Question Mark Block ($199.99) and Mighty Bowser Kit ($269.65).
Watch the trailer for The Super Mario Bros. Movie below.
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