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Dragon Ball Super: Broly Anime Film's Teaser Unveils Gogeta (Updated)

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Goku/Vegeta fusion to appear in upcoming film

Bandai Namco Entertainment began streaming a short teaser for the Dragon Ball Super: Broly film on Friday, revealing that Gogeta will appear in the film. Gogeta is the fusion of Goku and Vegeta from the fusion dance.

English Version

The film had its world premiere event at Nippon Budokan on November 14 and will open in Japan on December 14. The English dub will have its world premiere at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood on December 13, and then open in the United States and Canada on January 16. The film will get 4DX screenings in Japan.

Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama is writing the script and designing the characters. Tatsuya Nagamine (One Piece Film Z) is directing the film, Naohiro Shintani is serving as animation director, and Kazuo Ogura is serving as art director. Norihito Sumitomo is composing the music, Rumiko Nagai is the color designer, Naotake Oota is in charge of special effects, and Kai Makino is the CG director. Toei is distributing the film in collaboration with 20th Century Fox. Daichi Miura is performing the film's theme song "Blizzard."

Bin Shimada is returning to the role of Broly for the film, and Katsuhisa Houki is joining the cast as Paragus. The film will add two original characters: Chirai (voiced by Nana Mizuki) and Remo (voiced by Tomokazu Sugita).

Vic Mignogna and Dameon Clarke will return as the English voices of Broly and Paragus, respectively, and Chris Ayres will play Frieza.

The film's story will take place after the events of the Dragon Ball Super television anime. The Dragon Ball Super manga is skipping the film's story, but the film will get a novel adaptation on December 14.

Update: Toei also released a new visual poster featuring Gogeta. Also added English dub video.

Sources: Bandai Namco Entertainment's YouTube channel (link 2), Comic Natalie


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