Currently, the Super Mario Bros movie (in 4K August 22, click for more) has grossed $1.21 billion worldwide from an original budget of $100 million. And it turns out that at the same time, the new Legend of Zelda: Tead of the Kingdom has just been released, and its critical and public success is already phenomenal.
The producer of the Zelda franchise is in for it
Recently, the game's producer Eiji Aonuma and his supervisor Hidemaro Fujibayashi were asked about the success of Mario and the possibility of a Zelda film adaptation. Response of the first named: “I must say that I am interested. But it is certain, but my desire alone is not enough to move things. As for Fujibayashi, he says, "Maybe the voice of the fans is what's important here."
Zelda, a franchise born 35 years ago
In summary, the duo would be interested in a film adaptation but the decision is not up to them. Note that the Zedla franchise was born 35 years ago, and that the previous Zelda Breath of the Wild represents the fourth best-selling game on the Nintendo Switch with 30 million copies sold. Source: Nintendolife.com