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DRAGON BALL Z: RESURRECTION 'F' 3D THEATRICAL SCREENINGS ANNOUNCED

Friday 8th January 2016


3D THEATRICAL SCREENINGS ANNOUNCED FOR 20TH JANUARY

AVAILABLE ON DVD AND BLU-RAY FROM 25TH JANUARY

Following its phenomenal success in UK cinemas last Autumn, Manga Entertainment are thrilled to announce the re-release of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’  in 3D for a limited time in 56 sites across the UK.

Dragon Ball Z
The film originally opened for one day across 25 sites, Dragon Ball Z fans both old and new showed such love and support that it resulted in the film extending to 90+ sites for over 2 weeks, taking the #5 spot in the official UK Box Office chart and also achieving the second highest screen average on it's opening day, just behind Twentieth Century Fox's space epic, The Martian. Monday 25th January fans will have the opportunity to take home the action on DVD and Blu-ray.

Dragon Ball Z
Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ is the second film to be personally supervised by the creator of the series, Akira Toriyama. The movie features the return of Frieza – widely hailed as one of the most iconic villains of all time. Even the complete obliteration of his physical form can’t stop the galaxy’s most evil overlord. After years in spiritual purgatory, Frieza has been resurrected and plans to take his revenge on the Z-Fighters of Earth. Facing off against Frieza’s powerful new form and his army of 1,000 soldiers are Goku and Vegeta who must reach new levels of strength in order to protect Earth from their vengeful nemesis.

“We were astonished and very proud by the love shown towards Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' last year. It surpassed all our expectations and we’d like to thank the fans by giving them one more chance to see the film in cinemas, but this time in glorious 3D!" - Andrew Hewson, Marketing Manager of Manga Entertainment

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Dragon Ball Z
Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' will be available at all good retailers across the UK and online from January 25. The DVD has an RRP of £19.99 with the Blu-ray being £24.99. A limited collector's edition pack includes the Blu-ray plus a bonus copy on DVD, slip cover and 4 Frieza propaganda art cards with an RRP of £29.99.

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The exciting follow up to the Dragon Ball battle of the Gods!
Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ is the second film personally supervised by the series creator himself, Akira Toriyama. The new movie showcases the return of Frieza – one of the most iconic villains of all time.
Even the complete obliteration of his physical form can’t stop the galaxy’s most evil overlord. After years in spiritual purgatory, Frieza has been resurrected and plans to take his revenge on the Z-Fighters of Earth. Facing off against Frieza’s powerful new form, and his army of 1,000 soldiers, Goku and Vegeta must reach new levels of strength in order to protect Earth from their vengeful nemesis.

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The history of Dragon Ball Z

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Launched in 1984 in the pages of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump, Akira Toriyama’s original Dragon Ball was a very different beast to the one western viewers would eventually meet. introduced the boisterous Son Goku, an adventurous and unusally strong boy with no social graces whatsoever. Raised in seclusion by his adoptive grandfather, he doesn’t even that know what girls are – making for some prime gag moments when he meets treasure hunter Bulma. Soon teaming up, the pair track down seven rare ‘Dragon Balls’ – powerful items that can summon the wish-granting dragon Shenron. These early stories were very loosely based on Chinese fables but Toriyama gave them a fresh twist, his distinctive art style and perfect balance of comedy and action making the series a hit.

The cast of Dragon Ball Z #1

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Son Goku. Goku was originally cast as a naive but powerful young boy who was spurred onto the path of adventure following the death of his grandfather. By the time Dragon Ball Z rolls around, Goku’s a full-grown adult, the victor of several martial arts tournaments and a married man. He’s only slightly less naive though, and his strict wife Chichi frequently has to rein in his less socially acceptable habits and wilder impulses. The first arc of the series marks Goku learning of his alien origins for the first time – before meeting other Saiyans, he thought he was just another average monkey-tailed boy!

The cast of Dragon Ball Z #2

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Yamcha. One of Goku’s oldest friends – even if they did first meet as enemies! A reformed desert bandit and an ex-boyfriend of Bulma, Yamcha is one of the strongest human fighters in the world. Having regularly entered World Martial Arts Tournaments and fought against a multitude of foes, he’s earned his place as one of the core Z-Fighters. However, he was overpowered and killed by one of Nappa’s drones in the Saiyan invasion of Earth. Luckily, death is rarely the end in the world of Dragon Ball, and Yamcha’s path continues as he trains under King Kai in the afterlife, preparing for a return to the living world to help his friends against the threats they’ll face on the distant planet Namek.

The cast of Dragon Ball Z #3

The third instalment in our character guide for Dragon Ball Z
And so we continue filling you in on the heroes and villains to keep an eye on in the latest super-charged volume of the famous action epic!

The cast of Dragon Ball Z #4

The fourth instalment in our character guide for Dragon Ball Z
With a cast of dozens, there still more to fill you in on the heroes and villains to keep an eye on in the latest super-charged volume of the famous action epic!

The cast of Dragon Ball Z #5

The fifth instalment in our character guide for Dragon Ball Z
Cell. The deadliest enemy the Z Warriors have ever had to face – themselves! Cell is a hyper-advanced android from the future, created using the DNA of the present day heroes and possessing all their skills and abilities thanks to genetic memory. Goku’s Kamehameha? Cell can use it and counter it. Tien’s Solar Flare? Just one of Cell’s basic attacks. Piccolo’s regeneration? That serves to make Cell even more difficult to defeat. Already an incredibly powerful figure, Cell has travelled back in time to physically absorb more fighters and add their powers to his own repertoire. His goal? To achieve his Perfect Form and become the mightiest figure in the Universe – and he won’t let anything or anyone stand in his way.

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