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Superhero release in North American theaters?

Superhero release in North American theaters?

Dragon Ball Super: Super Heroes has kept fans on edge for more than a year, but the movie is finally getting ready to give in to itself. In a month’s time, the anime will return to Japan as Gohan and Piccolo take on the Red Ribbon Army. Not too long ago, it was also confirmed that Crunchyroll will release the film globally early this summer, and we have a better idea of ​​exactly what Dragon Ball Super is planning to hit theaters.

According to a recent report IGN, Crunchyroll will push its global release as soon as July ends. “Starting in August, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero It will then be screened in theaters across North America, Latin America, Europe, Australia/New Zealand, Africa, the Middle East and the rest of Asia.”

As you can imagine, fans are pretty excited about this rapid turnaround, and it’s hardly surprising to see. Years Ago, Even the Greatest Shonen Anime Likes Naruto And bleach His films were seen due to delay in global release. These films would at best take six months to come out, and even then, few were released theatrically. However, the global box office has come to see a massive adoption of anime, and Crunchyroll is eager to capitalize on that trend with Toei Animation.

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Take for example two latest movies of the industry, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba And Jujutsu Kaisen 0, The former debuted in late 2020 and has managed to become the highest-grossing film in the Japanese box office period despite the pandemic. It topped the US box office upon release, and the film remains the most lucrative anime film of all time.

Jujutsu Kaisen 0 proved the success of demon slayerThe film was not a simple fluke. The film is one of Japan’s highest-grossing films of all time, and it managed to rake in serious cash states. considering how popular it is Dragon Ball worldwide, it would be madness for its team not to streamline its global release, and North American theaters will welcome the flick once August comes around.

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Drashti Jain