Mario Movie: McDonald’s Apparently Leaking What Princess Peach Looks Like

McDonald’s just released Princess Peach from The Super Mario Bros. Movie leaked.

A new McDonald’s ad has given us our first look at Princess Peach from the upcoming video game adaptation, The Super Mario Bros. Movie.

“They made Peach look like a Disney princess,” said Twitter user Elliot Duby who grabbed a screenshot of the ad before it was taken offline. “It doesn’t look bad at all.”

Princess Peach is voiced by Anya Taylor-Joy in the upcoming film and was noticeably absent during the first official trailer of The Super Mario Bros. Movie released yesterday. Despite this it seems peach used to be featured in a number of McDonald’s ads that have since been removed from social media.

While the screenshots aren’t great quality, it seems that Princess Peach is doing quite well compared to her in-game counterpart – a faithful adaptation that’s pretty close to the games.

Chris Pratt’s Mario voice has already been criticized for being essentially just his own voice… but does that mean Anya Taylor-Joy will also use her own? Not necessary. For starters, we’ve also seen Jack Black’s Bowser, which sounds remarkably different from Jack Black’s usual speaking voice—something we heard more of at New York Comic-Con, where Jack Black showed more of his performance. Toad (Keegan-Michael Key) also doesn’t sound like the actor who plays him.

Meanwhile, the French-language version of the new trailer for The Super Mario Bros. Movie received with great enthusiasm by the fans. Why? Because Mario sounds like a lot more like its video game incarnation – traditionally voiced by Charles Martinet.

Want to read more about Mario? See who else has been cast in The Super Mario Bros. Movie and find out why Chris Pratt doesn’t use an Italian accent in the movie.

Ryan Leston is an entertainment journalist and film critic for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.

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