Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F (2015 Movie) American Premiere Coverage

Posted on April 12, 2015

Yesterday, in sunny side Los Angeles, CA (USA) at Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre, a Dragon Ball Z event of epic proportions took place – the American debut of the 2015 Dragon Ball Z movie, Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F! Countless fans from all walks of life were at the premiere including the voices of the icons we all know and love. This includes, but is not limited to Christopher Sabat (English voice of Vegeta, Piccolo) Sean Schemmel (English voice of Goku), and Masako Nozawa (Japanese voice for Goku)! The video by the team at Battle Geek Plus below shows footage from the premiere, which was hosted by Senior Manager of Social Strategy and Development at FUNimation, Justan Rojas, and includes Schemmel, Nozawa-san, Johnny Yong Bosch (Ichigo from Bleach), and a host of others.

Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F was played in Japanese with English subtitles at the premiere. Preview screenings of the movie began in Japan a few weeks ago and the movie will officially be released in the Land of the Rising Sun on April 18. The English dub of the movie is planned for a Summer 2015 release in theaters across North America and Anime Games Online hopes to keep you up-to-date as soon more details are released!


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Dragon Ball Z: RESURRECTION ‘F’ To America in Summer 2015. Premiere April 11

Dragon Ball Z: RESURRECTION ‘F’ (Dragon Ball Z: Fukkatsu no “F” in Japanese) is the nineteenth featured film in the legendary Dragon Ball series. Dragon Ball Z creator Akira Toriyama will be writing the story for the movie as if it were a continuation of the original manga series and previous movie, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods. All is well on Planet Earth until one day survivors of Frieza’s army, Sorbet and Tagoma, attack. Their goal, achieved: bring back Frieza from the dead with the power of the Dragon Balls! With the worst wish in history granted, Frieza is plotting his revenge against Saiyans. Armed with a mysterious and unrevealed transformation, what kind of surprise power does he have in-store? We’ll have to find out beginning on the theatrical Japanese release date of April 18, 2015 and American premiere of April 11, 2015, with additional showings beginning in the Summer. You can also read the entire summary of the movie here if you just can’t wait!