Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO US Box Office
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Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO anime film is on the United States’ theaters now, conquering fans’ hearts and breaking Box Office records after the impressive success in Japan.

The opening of the Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO anime film was astounding and according to a recent report from Exhibitor Relations, the new full feature Dragon Ball Super film netted a strong $20 million USD in its initial weekend. This large accomplishment comes closely following Crunchyroll’s greatest theatrical delivery to date. With almost 4,000 screens showing the film, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero had the biggest drop of an anime film stateside till now.

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The new English dub cast include:

  • Zach Aguilar as Dr. Hedo
  • Aleks Le as Gamma 1
  • Zeno Robinson as Gamma 2
  • Charles Martinet as Magenta
  • Jason Marnocha as Carmine

The returning cast include:

  • Kyle Hebert as Son Gohan
  • Sean Schemmel as Son Goku
  • Robert McCollum as Son Goten
  • Christopher R. Sabat as Piccolo, Vegeta
  • Monica Rial as Bulma
  • Sonny Strait as Krillin
  • Eric Vale as Trunks
  • Kara Edwards as Videl
  • Jeannie Tirado as Pan

The anticipated movie started screening on June 11, and started screening in 4DX and MX4D starting on June 25, and it wall start screening in Dolby Cinemas right on July 1.

Crunchyroll depicts the film:

“The Red Ribbon Army was once destroyed by Son Goku. Individuals, who carry on its spirit, have created the ultimate Androids, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. These two Androids call themselves “Super Heroes”. They start attacking Piccolo and Gohan… What is the New Red Ribbon Army’s objective? In the face of approaching danger, it is time to awaken, Super Hero!”

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero film was scheduled to be released on April 22, 2022 before the hack.

The anime movie’s guest members include:

  • Hiroshi Kamiya as Gamma #1
  • Mamoru Miyano as Gamma #2
  • Miyu Irino as Dr. Hedo
  • Volcano Ōta as Magenta
  • Ryota Takeuchi as Carmine

Dragon Ball Super anime dispatched back in July 2015 under Fuji TV. The show ran for under three years as it shut in March 2018. The TV arrangement finished to let loose illustrators for Dragon Ball Super: Broly, and the difficult work paid off. The establishment’s latest film is the fourth most noteworthy netting anime film locally to date.

You can read the Dragon Ball Super manga by following this link!

You can watch the Dragon Ball Super anime by following the link!


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