Toei Animation’s official website for the Dragon Ball Z 2013 movie has been updated with a few “new” previously seen items. The first new item is the teaser trailer that was previously seen at Saikyō V-Jump Festa and was later broadcast on a Fuji TV morning show. The teaser trailer features some great one-liners, such as “All Humanity has Been Waiting”, “Televised in Over 40 Countries”, “230 Million Copies Printed”, and the announcement of a “Super-Wide Release” on the date of the movie’s premiere, 30 March 2013. The trailer is roughly 37 seconds in length and features footage not originally shown on the recorded footage from Fuji TV. You can view the trailer in its entirety below.
Akira Toriyama’s previous comments about the movie that were originally published in Weekly Shōnen Jump have also been added to the website. However, Toriyama’s comments have now been translated and are available in English. Not only that, but the entire website is now available in English!
Right now both websites (Japanese and English) are exactly the same, but we’ll be sure to keep an eye open for any new developments or information over the coming months. Be sure to check Kanzenshuu for the latest movie news and updates — we’ve got you covered!