A link to the interview in question:http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-featur ... pher-sabat
And the relevant bits (some of which may or may not actually be Dragon Ball-related):
Do you have any favorite voice actors (Japanese or English) who you admire, or whose work you follow?
CS: I love Mayumi Tanaka (Krillin in Dragon Ball/Dragon Ball Z/Dragon Ball GT, Luffy in One Piece)! I adore her voice so much! By far, she's my favorite Japanese voice actress. Man, I don't actually know--it's funny how I end up getting cast on a lot of similar-sounding characters. I usually get cast as the guy who's part of the good guy team, but not really all that into it, like Zoro or Kuwabara, or Kurogane in Tsubasa Chronicle, the tough guy with a heart of gold! I've done so much of this dubbing where I start to hear the same voices in Japan a lot, like I end up dubbing over the same actor a lot of times. [Here, he talks about something that hasn't been announced yet, but I'm sure Funimation will announce this soon! I think you'll like it.] Basically, it's me playing a character that looks and sounds like another character I've played, but couldn't be more different.
As for American voice actors, I've worked as a voice director so I've had the opportunity to call in some truly talented performers. Some of the women I've worked with, like Colleen Clinkenbeard, Laura Bailey, Luci Christian, y'know, Chris Ayres came in recently to take over as Frieza (in Dragon Ball Z Kai) and that's just instantly become one of the most memorable roles I've witnessed. [HE DOES IT AGAIN and talks about something we can't cover quite yet! Sorry for all the censoring!] He's amazing! As far as guys who have inspired me, I've known Troy Baker for a long time and actually helped get him into the business, and he's just such an amazing guy to listen to. He's a brilliant impersonator, and he's really capable of impersonating people that other actors don't even think of touching. He'll always do a weird, unexpected impression instead of going for the easy one. Jason Douglas, Jason Liebrecht, they're both great actors, um... I've just been so fortunate to work with all these excellent actors and I've had to chance to just sit in a chair and listen to them work their magic.
Is there anything exciting we can look forward to from you?
CS: No, nothing at all. I plan on doing nothing exciting at all. Uhh... the hardest thing about working in this business is knowing that there are things coming out that you can't talk about. There's something big for me coming up, and I don't know exactly when we're announcing it, but basically I always love getting to revisit something I've spent this much time on.
The part where he mentions Chris Ayres taking over as Freeza and then it immediately goes into "whoops, gotta censor this" territory makes me think maybe he also leaked something about RoF, and the part at the end about revisiting something he's "spent this much time on" (given the context of the interview) does seem like it's probably referring to The Final Chapters.