Where and When to Watch Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F

Afer the initial anouncment of the new 2015 Dragon Ball Z film and its tentative title, The Worst Wish in History, the latest entry in the popular Dragon Ball franchise has now been properly revealed with several new images from the film, a new title; Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ and a more detailed plot synopsis (the film’s story will see the return of the fan-favorite Dragon Ball Z villain, Frieza who has been resurrected by the Dragon Balls!).

While the previous film, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods recieved an English dubbed theatrical release in North America, Canada and Australia several months after the Japanese release, Resurrection ‘F’ will be getting a special English subtitled (with original Japanese audio) theatrical screening at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles, California on Saturday, April 11th a whole week before the Japan premiere on the 18th!

Tickets for this one-off screening are unfortunately sold out but FUNimation has confirmed that they will also be releasing their English dubbed version of the film on the big screen sometime in Summer 2015 and that that release would be much wider and very likely to be shown in cinemas in countries outside of the USA such as Canada and Australia (like Battle of Gods).

t’s the news fans have been waiting for! FUNimation Entertainment is proud to announce its distribution of the theatrical, home entertainment, video on demand and broadcast rights to the upcoming Japanese animated feature film Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’.

Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ represents the nineteenth feature film in the Dragon Ball series. Series creator Akira Toriyama was directly involved in the film’s production, just as he was in the highly successful Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods

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