Dragon Ball Super: Broly officially opened in U.S. cinemas yesterday, and the anime film proceeded to snag the #1 spot in the country. Broly did so with an average of $5,695 per screen, leading to a day one box office of over $7 million. Read on for more.
The Dragon Ball Super: Broly anime film finally touches down in North American theaters on January 16, and Funimation has something special in store for those who want to see it in the biggest and loudest way possible. Read on for more.
We've got a little over a month to go before Dragon Ball Super: Broly screenings fire up across the United States and Canada. Funimation went ahead and shared an overview of the anime film's English dub cast list, so see who's playing who after the jump.
We recently posted a teaser for the Dragon Ball Super: Broly anime film that had no qualms with spoiling a pretty big character appearance. Despite our best efforts to protect you from finding out who that is, chances are you already know. Still, why not keep the illusion alive with the new Xenoverse 2 addition?
Look, I don't want to get in trouble for spoiling Dragon Ball Super: Broly for you. It's hard not to, though, especially considering how much footage they've been throwing at us in recent weeks. With that in mind, I'm going to advise you to proceed with caution when viewing the latest teaser trailer after the jump.
The Dragon Ball Super: Broly anime film is on the way to Japanese theaters on December 14, with the English dub's world premiere landing a day prior at Hollywood's TCL Chinese Theater. Before all that we have another video preview of the battle to come after the jump.