‘The Super Mario Bros. Movie’ is revving its engine with a seriously exciting start at the box office. The Nintendo video game adaptation from Illumination and Universal kicked things off Wednesday with an impressive $31.7 million, according to early models.The movie is now looking to score at least $141 million in its five-day domestic debut. More bullish pundits suggest the movie could even approach $150 million.
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