Prof. Carr appears on “Central Time” to talk Super Mario and video game-to-film adaptations

With the new “Super Mario Bros.” movie hitting theaters, Associate Professor, Bryan Carr appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio’s “Central Time” on Tuesday, April 5 to discuss the history and legacy of the character as well as the challenges of adapting video games to film. Listen in to learn more about the differences between interactive and linear media and the economic incentives for Universal, Amazon, and other big streamers and producers to seek out new games to adapt.

To listen to the full conversation, click here.

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