We finally have an update on the new Super Mario Bros movie - bosses at Nintendo have said that the film is 'moving along smoothly'.
During a financial briefing in Japan, Nintendo confirmed that it's set for release in two years' time.
A statement read: "The motion picture project that we are developing in partnership with Illumination, is one of the bigger examples of such projects that we are undertaking. As we have shared previously, production is moving along smoothly aiming for a theatrical release in 2022."
The film will be animated in 3D, with Nintendo joining forces with Universal Pictures, who will be co-financing and distributing it - a clear money-maker.
It's got to be better than their last venture to the big screen, with 1993's Super Mario Bros. proving to be a bit of a disaster. The film grossed $20.9 million at the box office, against a budget of $48 million - meaning a bit of a hefty loss.
This time round though, legendary designer and creator Shigeru Miyamoto is on board as producer - meaning the new animated film should at least be closer to the games in tone.
However, if 2022 is a bit long to wait, Nintendo has given us the gift of portable competition against your mates, having finally added a multiplayer mode to its mobile game Mario Kart Tour
The game itself launched on iPhone and Android back in September 2019, but the ability to play with others was absent.
But the people have spoken, and thankfully the massive games developer has brought out the new mode. It means that instead of playing against either computer-controlled characters or a timer, you can actually batter your mates on it.
All you need to do to get on to the multiplayer feature is to unlock at least one cup. Then you just need to go to the menu and switch to multiplayer. It's as simple as that.
The tenth game in the Mario Kart series, Mario Kart Tour marked the first of the games not to be released on a Nintendo console.
It invites you to play as and against characters from across the Mario world. They include the likes of Princess Peach, Bowser, Yoshi and of course, the main man - Mario.
The game largely follows the same theme as the other Mario Kart games - players drive around courses based on the theme of most of the other Mario games, the universe known as the Mushroom Kingdom.