If you were thinking that the box office haul for Dragon Ball Super: Broly is over, then you’re absolutely wrong. It will have an expanded run in theaters as the film lives to China.The movie has already started its marketing and promotions for the release of the film.
‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ Announces Its New Theatrical Run
Dragon Ball Super Broly Movie for China Release has been Confirmed.
Date not specific yet.
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This isn’t just an extra Dragon Ball Super run. In fact, the Chinese market is supposed to be a major market for the film’s box office run. Dragon Ball is really popular in the Asian territory and the kind of fan base it has in China, it seems like the movie will see a major Chinese fan base.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly has earned around $107 million at the worldwide box office. It’s theatrical run expanded in the previous month when the film debuted in India, where fans had been waiting for the film’s release. The movie made $30 million at the US box office cracking the US Top five on an opening weekend. The film is the third highest anime grosser in the US of all time. It has tasted success globally, scoring huge openings in U.K., Ireland, New Zealand, South America and Australia.
Here’s the breakout of the film:
“Dragon Ball Super: Broly might be the newest film to enter the franchise, but it refuses to rely on that clout to push any agenda. The movie is as power-hungry as King Vegeta, and its lofty ambitions easily make it one of the best films to ever hit Dragon Ball. On par with Fusion Rebornor even Battle of Gods, Dragon Ball Super: Broly will knock back any fan even if they aren’t up to date with the series, and it breathes new life into a franchise that has years more to go.”
Dragon Ball Super: Broly Is out now and fans can even stream the English dub on Adult Swim.