Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F
The anime sequel is ready to beat its successor at the box office as it expands to more theaters through Wednesday.
The anime film, which marks the return of iconic villain Frieza, premiered Tuesday in 894 U.S. theaters as part of its limited North American release.
Vegeta wrestles the spotlight back from Goku in a new clip from the animated film, which debuts in select U.S. theaters today.
Vegeta reluctantly holds Goku's hand in a new promo for "Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F,'" which receives limited U.S. release next month.
A new clip from the English-language dub of "Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F'" shows the iconic villain Frieza assuming his final form.
Anime Expo attendees will get the first look at the English dub of the new "Dragon Ball Z" film. Tickets for the limited U.S. theatrical release go on sale June 26.
The latest installment of the blockbuster anime franchise will be screened for a week in theaters across the United States and Canada.
The 19th film in the hit series will receive its world premiere April 11 in Los Angeles before the English dub makes its way across the country.