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News Live-Action Dragonball Film Wraps Shooting in Mexico
posted on 2008-03-22 16:51 EDT
The personal blog of actress Emmy Rossum confirms that principal photography on James Wong's live-action Dragonball movie ended in Mexico on Friday. Rossum plays the heroine Bulma in this adaptation of Akira Toriyama's fighting manga. The official website of James Marsters (Piccolo) had announced his work wrapped in mid-March, but he left earlier than Rossum to attend a Buffy the Vampire Slayer Reunion in Los Angeles on Thursday evening. Twentieth Century Fox initially scheduled the film for an August 15 opening, but it has reportedly delayed the opening.