Brian Tyler (Avengers: Age of Ultron, Fast & Furious, Iron Man 3, Yellowstone) has been hired to score the upcoming animated feature The Super Mario Bros. Movie. The film is directed by Aaron Horvath & Michael Jelenic (Teen Titans Go!) and stars Chris Pratt as Mario, Anya Taylor-Joy as Princess Peach, Charlie Day as Luigi, Jack Black as Bowser, Keegan-Michael Key as Toad, Seth Rogen as Donkey Kong, Fred Armisen as Cranky Kong, Kevin Michael Richardson as Kamek and Sebastian Maniscalco as Spike. Matthew Fogel (The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, Minions: The Rise of Gru). Illumination’s Chris Meledandri (Despicable Me, Minions, The Secret Life of Pets) and Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto are producing the project. Meledandri has revealed during a video announcement today that Tyler has been collaborating with composer Koji Kondo to integrate themes from the Super Mario Bros. video games into his score. The Super Mario Bros. Movie will be released in theaters nationwide on April 7, 2023 by Universal Pictures.

  1. Hunter Wright says:

    So, Brian Tyler is to score The Super Mario Bros. Movie. What a surprise. I was expecting Henry Jackman to score the Movie. But, oh well.

  2. Anthony Dazet Nevarez says:

    Close enough.

  3. Hank says:

    Really wanted Grant Kirkhope to score it. He really wanted to do it.

  4. I’m really excited for the movie to come out this April and I hope that the score from this movie is amazing when it comes out. I’ll probably listen to it thankfully some of Koji Kondo‘s music is going to be heard in the movie. I am proud and thankful to be a Nintendo and a Mario fan and thankfully 2023 is definitely a good year for Nintendo because of super Nintendo world

  5. Mamaluigi says:

    Even tho we had some doubts, Tyler delivered what it’s now one of my most replayed scores, I hope he keeps working on more Nintendo related projects in the future.
    Speaking of which, what composer would like to compose for a Zelda movie?

    • Joey says:

      To be honest, I would pick someone like Howard Shore or Alan Silvestri for a Zelda movie, even though it would likely never happen.