news culture Dragon Ball Super Super Hero: the film takes an international date
The Crunchyroll streaming platform has just released a series of dates that concern all Dragon Ball fans around the world. We are obviously talking about the release of the new animated film Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero whose dates are now known for a very large number of countries.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero International Release Dates
Freshly released in Japan, the new animated film from the universe of mangaka Akira Toriyama never ceases to be talked about. The impatience rises for fans around the world who have been waiting for a long time to put the release date of the feature film on their agenda. This is now done for part of the public since Chrunchyroll and Toei Animation Reveal Release Dates Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero internationally.
Crunchyroll and Toei Animation have officially revealed the theatrical release dates for Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO, the highly anticipated movie set to screen globally beginning August 18 in Australia, New Zealand and Latin America, and August 19 August in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland and more!
Release dates of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero At the movie theater
To note that preview screenings will also be available in the UK and Ireland from August 17 and 18. More global release dates for the film will be announced soon. Crunchyroll further states that:
The film will screen in over 2,300 theaters in the United States as well as select US IMAX theaters. Tickets for the United States and Canada go on sale July 22.
And for France?
Not yet mentioned on this list, the release of the film Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero in France will be unveiled very soon… at the same time as that of the other European countries.
Remember that the creator of the series, Akira Toriyama, is responsible for the film’s original story, screenplay and character design. Realized by Tetsuro Kodama, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero follows the events of the last animated feature film, Dragon Ball Super: Brolyreleased theatrically in 2018 and grossing over $115 million worldwide.