Dragon Ball Super: Superhero debuted in Japan on June 11, and international fans of the anime franchise are eagerly awaiting the film to come overseas. Fortunately, the worldwide theatrical release is not far away. The second Dragon Ball great Movie coming this summer. So when is the release date for Dragon Ball Super: Superhero and what can fans expect?
What is the release date of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero?
The worldwide release date of Dragon Ball Super: Superhero varies by location, but the film hits theaters outside of Japan in August.
According to a press release Crunchyroll sent to Showbiz Cheat Sheet, the film will debut on the following dates:
- August 18: Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Central America, Ecuador, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay
- August 19: US, Canada, UK, Ireland, South Africa, Zambia and Vietnam
- August 26: India, Indonesia
- Aug 30: Malaysia, Brunei
- August 31: Philippines
- September 1: Singapore
- September 8: Taiwan
- September 15: South Korea
- September 29: Thailand, Hong Kong and Macau
Crunchyroll also noted that more release dates will be added as they are decided. What fans can expect from the upcoming Dragon Ball great Movie, the official synopsis reads as follows:
“The Red Ribbon Army was once destroyed by Son Goku. Individuals who continue his spirit have created the ultimate androids, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. These two androids call themselves “superheroes”. They start attacking Piccolo and Gohan… What is the goal of the New Red Ribbon Army? With danger looming, it’s time to wake up, Superhero!”
Fans can get a glimpse of these new enemies in the trailer for Dragon Ball Super: Superhero. At first glance, defeating them seems like a challenge for our heroes. Fortunately, that just means more action for us.
The trailer for ‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’ promises an action-packed movie with a lot of Gohan
As we near the release date for Dragon Ball Super: Superhero, Fans can look to the official trailer for clues as to what’s to come. Much of the original footage supports the synopsis, introducing the remnants of the Red Ribbon Army and their powerful androids.
During the short trailer, there is footage of Goku and Piccolo fighting these new enemies. However, fans seem more interested in Gohan’s involvement in the film. The trailer puts the spotlight on Goku’s son, and fans are excited to see him take on a bigger role.
With so many familiar faces, Crunchyroll UK cast announced for Dragon Ball Super: Superhero is mostly predictable. However, there are a few exciting actors joining the franchise. So who is in the cast of the upcoming movie?
Crunchyroll announced the English cast of the film
When Crunchyroll revealed the release dates for Dragon Ball Super: Superhero, The company also announced the English voice cast for the film. Tickets for both the subtitled and dubbed versions of the film will be available in the US, so those watching the latter can expect the return of Dragon Ball great‘s usual voice actors. This includes:
- Gohan—Kyle Hebert
- Son Goku – Sean Schmel
- Goths—Robert McCollum
- Piccolo—Christopher R. Sabat
- Bulma-Monica Rial
- Vegeta—Christopher R. Sabat
- Krillin—Sonny Strait
- Tribes—Eric Vale
- Videl – Kara Edwards
- Pan – Jeannie Tirado
Crunchyroll also announced five new voice actors, most of whom will square off against the film’s villains. Fans may know her from her roles in shows like My hero academyDemon Hunter, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, and even the Super Mario Bros. video games:
- dr Hedo—Zach Aguilar
- Gamma 1 – Aleks Le
- Gamma 2—Zeno Robinson
- Magenta—Charles Martinet
- Carmine—Jason Marnocha
So now we have an idea of what to expect Dragon Ball Super: Superhero, What else should fans know about the film?
What else we know about Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero
So now we know the release date and other important details for Dragon Ball Super: Superhero, What else can fans expect? Crunchyroll calls the film its “first truly globally distributed theatrical release.” Toei Animation is the studio behind the film, distributed by Crunchyroll and Sony Pictures Entertainment.
In addition, Tetsuro Kodama serves as director after working as CG sequence director Dragon Ball Super: Broly. Long-time fans will be happy too dragon ball Creator Akira Toriyama was involved in the project.
Overall it sounds like Dragon Ball Super: Superhero has the power to exceed fan expectations. With any luck, that will happen when it makes its international debut.
Dragon Ball Super: Superhero hits theaters around the world in August.
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