Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ and Attack on Titan Live-Action Premiere

By Astra W

Two movies of gigantic proportions, Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' and live-action Attack on Titan are coming State-side!


We have two movies coming up that are guaranteed to be epic: Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ and the Attack on Titan live-action movie are going to be screened in the US!

First up, Resurrection ‘F’ takes place after the previous Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods film in which the world conqueror, Freeza, is resurrected by his minions. Freeza comes back to life and realizes that in order to beat Son Goku, the Saiyan who defeated him, he needs to cast aside his pride and finally train to his full potential. How will our warriors face this villain?

Resurrection ‘F’ will be playing in select cinemas for a limited time in the US and Canada from August 4-12. DragonBallZ.com has more details and images of the upcoming movie. Those of you in the United States and Canada, please check this link to search for the nearest cinema that will show the movie.

Second, the world premiere of the live-action Attack on Titan movie will be screened in Los Angeles at the Egyptian Theater. The famed theater will host it on July 14. FUNimation has also announced that it will be distributing the movie in the US, and, as part of the promotion, the movie’s director, Shinji Higuchi, will be hosting an autograph session during the San Diego Comic Con at the FUNimation booth (#4135). Those of you who are lucky and determined enough to get a ticket to the con, do not forget to swamp the booth on our behalf, OK?

Sources: DragonBallZ.com and Eclipse Magazine

Image Credit: Dragon Ball Z

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Astra W

I am a Chocobo mug who loves puns and is driven by the thirst for nostalgia. You will usually find me writing about days past like an old person. Other than that, I usually gawk at different visual arts or exercising my fingers on games. Or napping in the kitchen cabinet.

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