The official Twitter account of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie announced on June 24, that 1 Million tickets were sold 12 days after its release. The movie was released in Japanese theatres on June 11, 2022.
To commemorate the milestone, the studio, TOEI Animations, will be streaming the first 5 minutes of the movie on its YouTube channel.
The stream will be available from 18:00 P.M today JST to 23:59 P.M June 26, Sunday.
Check out the tweet for the Youtube link:
The movie has earned approximately 1.2 Billion Yen. However, its predecessor Dragon Ball Super: Broly reached the milestone of 1 million tickets sold in just 6 days.
The movie will release in 4DX and MX4D from Saturday, June 25, and Dolby Cinema will start on Friday, July 1.
Last month, Crunchyroll and Toei Animation announced that Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie will release in US and India on August 19 and August 26,respectively, in theatres in both subbed and dubbed.
The official movie website summarizes the plot as follows (Unofficial translation by Herms & DBSChronicles):
Dragon Ball Super Broly (2018) was a mega-hit with worldwide box office revenue of 13.5 billion Yen. 4 years later, in 2022, a new movie in the Dragon Ball Super series has finally arrived with an even greater “awakening”! The Red Ribbon Army, an evil organization that was once destroyed by Goku in the past, has been succeeded by a group of people who have created new and the strongest Androids ever, Gamma 1 & Gamma 2. They call themselves “superheroes” and begin to attack Piccolo, Gohan and the others. What is the true purpose of the new Red Ribbon Army?
With danger looming over the world, now is the time to wake up! Awaken, Super Hero!!
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is the 21st movie overall in the entire Dragon Ball franchise.
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