‘Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection of F’ Release Date: Premieres Summer 2015 In US; English Dub In Process
US fans eagerly awaiting for the release date of “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection of F” are in for a treat this summer. Several reports claim that the highly anticipated movie hits theaters will hit theaters in just a matter of months.
As reported by Christian Today, the “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection of F” movie, also known as “Dragon Ball Z Fukkatsu No F,” premieres this summer. The animated film is already shown in other countries outside Japan, including Australia and New Zealand.
Safe to say, it won’t be too long until the movie airs in the US. It has been reported that dubbing is already in progress in preparation for the screening, with Chris Ayres (Frieza), Chris Sabat (Vegeta) and Sean Schemell (Son Goku) voicing. Reports claim that the movie will be aired in more than 74 countries around the globe.
To date, the newest Dragon Ball movie holds the box office records as it surpasses the other films in the “Battle of the Gods” series. Crunchyroll reported that the movie earned a whopping 3.1 billion yet in only 19 days, beating “Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods” record of 2.9 billion yen. The movie is expected to earn 5 billion at the domestic box office alone. Meanwhile, the 19th “Detective Conan” film, “Sunflowers of Inferno” held the second spot earning 4.5 billion premiere.
“Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection of F” follows the story of the resurrection of an infamous villain named Frieza and how he will do everything he can to seek revenge to Goku and Trunks.
There you have it on the latest news about the “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection of F” movie. Are you excited to see the latest film when it hits US in summer? Sound off in the comments below.
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