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Wednesday, 27 August 2008


I have to admit I have never been a fan of the cartoon, but Dragonball Z is huge. And, to be honest, i'm amazed it has taken so long for this thing to made into a movie.

Recent updates on the flick are a trailer release due with the cinema release of Max Payne - now this means to me that Max Payne is going to be aimed a at much younger audience than it needs to be, or vice versa, Dragonball is going to have a much more grown up feel....

"The story begins with a young humanoid boy named Goku, who discovers that he was sent to Earth to blend in and destroy our population but instead elects to protect it from an oncoming alien onslaught bent on dominating the universe and controlling the mystical objects. He seeks out upon his adoptive grandfather Grandpa Gohan's dying request to find the great Master Roshi and gather all seven Dragon Balls. Of which he has one, in order to prevent the evil Lord Piccolo from succeeding in his desire to use the Dragon Balls to take over the world. And Goku's quest is to obtain the mystical Dragonballs before Piccolo does." from IMDB

UK Release: 10/04/09


Anonymous said...

Can't wait for the trailer :)
Fox u better not ruin my childhood!!