Mario Goes Hollywood: A Collaborative Timeline

Well, looks like Leo's too busy with Zelda to be jumping aboard the Titanic. And might even miss out on Romeo + Juliet, resulting in Neil Patrick Harris taking up the role opposite... *checks list of possible Juliets* Alicia Silverstone.

However, the combination of Harris in place of Leo and the presence of Scream would've hurt this movie, knocking it to $74 million box office take while Scream walks away with $247 million. Still a success for Luhrman, but not a major hit. As for Titanic, well, we'll have to see.
Umm if Leo is unavaible for Titanic, the butterfly will be titanic, specially with cameron projects too. Wonder how that unfold, still waiting to see how unfold, if he goes titanic role too as i say before, he was the hero fro male fans in zelda and female ones in titanic.

well waiting for next year films too.

Some more ideas or suggestions to discuss about ultra?

Crash and Spyro would either be made by Columbia Tristar or by Universal pictures
Universal, OTL they were their owners via Universal Interactive Studios. That was before viviendi merger
 
Umm if Leo is unavaible for Titanic, the butterfly will be titanic, specially with cameron projects too. Wonder how that unfold, still waiting to see how unfold, if he goes titanic role too as i say before, he was the hero fro male fans in zelda and female ones in titanic.

well waiting for next year films too.

Some more ideas or suggestions to discuss about ultra?


Universal, OTL they were their owners via Universal Interactive Studios. That was before viviendi merger
I do have one for the DD.

Ultra Mario Bros: The Castle Towers.

Initally beginning as a level pack for UMB, this DD expansion pack adds 40 new star challenges, a playable Yoshi and Peach, and the fire flower cap in certain levels.
3 of the 5 levels are just expansions of previous levels in the game:
New Levels added:

Gloomy Garden: The Garden area of Big Boo's Haunt.
Melty Mountains: The climb up to what would be lethal lava land.
Fungus Forest: A small forest built at the base of Tall, Tall Mountain. Filled with tribal toads that will help you along the way.
Dessert Oasis: A dessert themed oasis with a strawberry milk lake, candy cane palm trees, and a ginger bread themed ruin.
The Grandmaster Gauntlet: The first of its kind, here is a 30 minute linear level that will test everything you have used to finish the game.
 
10-12 seems Right, this was before the explosion of characthers double dash bring forward and make sense including all mayor ones at the times, from mario and co, to DK and others.
Excellent, so we'll go with the following racers for Ultra Mario Kart.

  • Mario
  • Luigi
  • Toad
  • Peach
  • Yoshi
  • Bowser
  • Wario
  • Donkey Kong
  • Daisy
  • Tatanga
  • Kamek
  • Captain Syrup
 
Hrm... how many racers do you think Ultra Mario Kart will come with?
Excellent, so we'll go with the following racers for Ultra Mario Kart.

  • Mario
  • Luigi
  • Toad
  • Peach
  • Yoshi
  • Bowser
  • Wario
  • Donkey Kong
  • Daisy
  • Tatanga
  • Kamek
  • Captain Syrup
The only character in that list that wouldn't be there in my mind would be syrup. I had wart in her place. But syrup's fresh in the mind of the public right now so this is perfect.
 
The only character in that list that wouldn't be there in my mind would be syrup. I had wart in her place. But syrup's fresh in the mind of the public right now so this is perfect.
After Zelda III Wart might be more related to zelda franchise now than mario, and that is why Syrup won her place, thanks to Mario 3 movie
 
After Zelda III Wart might be more related to zelda franchise now than mario, and that is why Syrup won her place, thanks to Mario 3 movie
Basically this. Wart, much as I love him, may be soon transplanted into the Zelda franchise and while the short-haired Brigitte Nielsen version of Captain Syrup from the movies didn't transfer over, she has picked up some momentum from the movie and has become known as a rival character to Princess Daisy (much like Wario and Mario or Tatanga and Luigi)

Alright so for the current video game movies, we just need a Sheik and I'll be working out the cast for Contra. We got the BIG risk by whatever studio takes it up, but here's a working cast.

Arnold Schwarzenegger as Bill Rizer
Sylvester Stallone as Lance Bean
Reb Brown as Ray Poward
Uma Thurman as Sheena Etranzi

That'll mainly cover the hero side of things. I'll work out the villains later.
 
Warner or Columbia-tristar? Those were famous for their action movies in the 80's, fox maybe too
Columbia-TriStar will handle distribution while Orion (another Sony purchase) will do the production. It's gonna be a big budget given the star power behind it.
 
Columbia-TriStar will handle distribution while Orion (another Sony purchase) will do the production. It's gonna be a big budget given the star power behind it.
And if this does play out well, Sony could convince Konami to get the rights for Castlevania to be done at Screen Gems (the resident evil movies and underworld were distributed and produced by them).
 
Columbia-TriStar will handle distribution while Orion (another Sony purchase) will do the production. It's gonna be a big budget given the star power behind it.
Yeah and seems they would do it very well, good luck with that movie.


And if this does play out well, Sony could convince Konami to get the rights for Castlevania to be done at Screen Gems (the resident evil movies and underworld were distributed and produced by them).
That is ohter possible idea for the future
 
Hrm... I dunno if Torres has enough name value to be picked up, so I'm gonna go with Kane Kosugi on this one, but it was tough to not just go with both. So, cast is finally locked in. Write-up incoming.
 
The Legend of Zelda III: Link's Awakening
Legend of Zelda III: Link's Awakening

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Directed By: Terry Gilliam
Written By: Pen Densham/John Watson
Produced By: Disney/Nintendo
Based On: The Legend of Zelda by Nintendo

Cast
Leonardo DiCaprio as Link/Shadow Link
Drew Barrymore as Princess Zelda
Christopher Lambert as Ganon
Tobey Maguire as Prince Richard
Kevin Michael Richardson as the voice of Mamu
Kane Kosugi as Sheik
John DiMaggio as the voice of Darunia
Salma Hayek as Ruto
Dame Maggie Smith as Impa
BRIAN BLESSED as Uncle Alphonse
Robin Williams as Tarin

Release Date: June 20, 1997
Budget: $250 million
Box Office: $1,032,213,084​

The final chapter of the Zelda trilogy and a landmark film as the first film to reach the billion dollar mark in the box office. Our story begins with Link, believed to be dead after the last film's climax, falling into a massive swamp, nearly drowning in the murky water before he is fished out by a young man in regal garb. He introduces himself to Link as Richard, Prince of Hyrule, who was there to train so that he could fight and retake the Kingdom from Ganon. Richard is played by Leo's real-life friend, Tobey Maguire, who had sadly built a reputation ITTL as being box office poison. His appearance only leads to more jokes about how "Maguire can't make a buck unless his buddy Leo bails him out." which continues to do a disservice to Maguire, who puts on a fine performance as the Prince, who carries a lot of doubt over how he could never be the leader of Hyrule the way his sister Zelda is and his shame over abandoning his people when they needed him most.

Richard takes Link to Mamu, the Great Spirit of the Swamp, who offers to mentor Link so that he can properly face Ganon. This results in some good montages between DiCaprio and Maguire, all building up to one of the most iconic scenes of the movie: The Shadow Link fight. The fight, beyond some amazing choreography and a great double performance by DiCaprio, also tells a great story of Link having to overcome his anger at Dragomir's deception, and to face his own Shadow with a clear heart. Richard, despite being warned against doing so by Mamu, aids in the fight and is nearly killed, but gives an opening for Link's second wind, which allows him to defeat Shadow Link and begin his awakening as the bearer of the Triforce of Courage, the missing Triforce that Ganon seeks throughout the film. As Link completes his training, Mamu reveals that he was entrusted by the Hylian Royal Family with guarding the Master Sword, a sword only able to be wielded by one who bears a Triforce. He passes the Master Sword on to Link and tells him to go forth and defeat Ganon.

Meanwhile, Zelda's prayers seem to be answered as she is broken out of the dungeon by Sheik, a ninja of the Sheikah tribe who was called upon by Impa. Zelda's plan is to gather forces from the lands surrounding Hyrule to fight back, acting as the subplot as she seeks audience with Goron Chieftan Darunia and Princess Ruto of the Zoras, gaining their armies. The two plots would soon meet as Link and Prince Richard return to Hyrule at the same time as Princess Zelda, leading into the climax of the film: The Battle of Hyrule. It's a massive action climax, with the forces of the Hylian, Goron and Zora armies battling against Ganon's forces while Link races to Death Mountain, the sacred Goron landscape that Ganon had taken over and placed his own castle on. There we get the fight everyone has been waiting for, Link vs. Ganon, on the big screen.

The fight is wonderful, not just on the action, but the emotion as Link faces the man who taught him everything, who acted almost as a father to the young Hylian before revealing himself to be truly Ganon. The duel is intercut with scenes of the Battle, where things aren't going well for the Hylian army until a crucial point in the Link/Ganon fight sees Link sever Ganon's connection to the Triforce of Wisdom, which returns to Zelda. Zelda, imbued once again with the Triforce's power, turns the tide of battle and begins pushing back the Moblin forces. Finally, Link overcomes Ganon and the Triforce of Power, slashing him diagonally as Ganon had done to him, followed by another diagonal slash to form an X on Ganon's chest. Ganon's chestplate shatters, giving Link the opening to thrust the Master Sword into Ganon's chest, the glowing blade piercing through Ganon as he falls to the castle floor. The Moblins are soon forced back as Hyrule is victorious.

The final scene is a grand ceremony in front of the rebuilt Hyrule Castle, where Zelda makes a speech commending the gathered forces in defeating Ganon's army and Link is knighted, becoming a Knight of the Hylian Royal Guard and given the title of Hero of Hyrule for defeating Ganon. The movie ends with Link and Zelda sealing away the full Triforce in case anyone should try to seek their power as Ganon had done so before. The film was lauded by critics for being a deserving finale for the trilogy and knowing how to end a story, something that many noted the Mario movies never really figured out. Many of the cast were given high praise, especially DiCaprio, Barrymore and Lambert, with special mention give to Tobey Maguire's Prince Richard and DiMaggio voicing Darunia (who served mainly a comedic role but many loved the bombastic Goron chieftain)

The film became the #1 film of 1997, knocking off the likes of The Lost World: Jurassic Park (which keeps its OTL box office) and Men in Black (which actually got halved, putting it at #9) though this is all currently without calculating Contra, so we'll see how true that holds up.
 
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