First Footage Of Dragon Ball Z: The Resurrection of F

First footage of the upcoming Dragon Ball Z movie has been released and you can check it out here!

Not much is known about the upcoming movie except that the main villain is Freeza, and that Beerus will somehow make an appearance as well.  In the last movie, DBZ: Battle of Gods, we got to know the super powerful god of destruction, Beerus. In the movie Beerus makes reference to Frieza, so we might get to see a more in depth look at how they know each other. All we know for sure is that Frieza has to have gotten a lot stronger since he last saw Goku and friends.

The footage looks pretty intense and the animation is on point. Spoilers! We even get to see Master Roshi in action!

Dragon Ball Z: The Resurrection of F is written by Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama and is set to come out in April 2015 in Japan.

Text: The old enemy wished for by Dragonball fans.
Narrator: The latest footage from next year’s Dragon Ball Z: Fukkatsu no F film has arrived.
Piccolo: He became a monster from another dimension and came back!
Vegeta: What is going on!?
Goku: Frieza!!
Frieza: Let me show you… My next evolution!
Narrator: Akira Toriyama, who is writing the scripts, brought back Goku’s old enemy Frieza. Frieza is very popular among fans, and the film will be filled with so many action scenes that Akira Toriyama has called them “fierce.”
Text: Akira Toriyama – “Look forward to a fierce face-off”.

About Alex Reyes (65 Articles)
I've been into gaming since I got my Sega Genesis when I was 8 years old, and I've never looked back. Favorite underrated game: Psychonauts.

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