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2015 Dragon Ball Film's 2nd Extended Teaser Streamed

posted on 2014-12-05 21:25 EST by Jennifer Sherman
Frieza evolves into new form for 2D, 3D film opening in Japan on April 18

The official website for the Dragon Ball Z: Fukkatsu no F (Dragon Ball Z: F Is For Fukkatsu, or 'resurrection') film began streaming a second extended teaser trailer on Friday. The website also added a voice message from Frieza.

Text: Original concept, scripts, character design by Akira Toriyama
Text: The entire universe eagerly awaits
Text: Evil emperor
Text: Resurrection
Piccolo: He became a monster from another dimension and came back!
Vegeta: What is going on!?
Goku: Frieza!!
Text & Goku: Dragon Ball Z: Fukkatsu no F
Frieza: Let me show you... My next evolution!
Text: Opening nationwide in 2D and 3D on Saturday, April 18

The video announces that people who advance tickets will receive an exclusive earphone jack strap of either Goku or Frieza modeled by Toriyama. Regular advance tickets cost 1,400 yen (about US$12), middle and elementary school student tickets cost 800 yen (US$7), and pair tickets cost 2,100 yen (US$17). Special movie ticket cards are on sale now.

Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump describes the story:

An Earth where peace has arrived. However, remnants of Frieza's army Sorbet and Tagoma (from the Japanese word for 'egg') arrive on the planet. Their goal is to revive Frieza with the dragon balls. Their dastardly wish is granted, the "F" that plans its revenge against the Saiyans is revived...!

Dragon Ball manga creator Akira Toriyama is personally credited with the original concept, screenplay and character designs of the new movie "that the entire universe eagerly awaits!!" Dragon Ball Z animation director Tadayoshi Yamamuro will direct the new movie.


The film will star two original characters designed by Toriyama himself: Sorbet (seen above-left) and Tagoma (above-right). The characters are the survivors of the Frieza army and his servants.

The new film, like last year's Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, will tell a new story.


The film will premiere in both 2D and 3D in theaters across Japan on April 18.

Source: Comic Natalie


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