Briefly: Interested in a behind-the-scenes look at last week's real-life Mario Smash Bros. trailer? The creator, Dean Wright, now has a making-of post online on his blog detailing how much work went into filming, animating, and even recording sound effects for his one-minute video over the course of more than four weeks.
A Behind-The-Scenes Look At That Mario Smash Bros. Trailer
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