Crunchyroll Announces International Screening Dates for “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero” Theatrical Film
Published by 15 June 2022, 3:50 PM EDT

Crunchyroll has announced upcoming international screenings for the new theatrical film Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, kicking off 18 August 2022 in Australia, New Zealand, and much of the Spanish-speaking Americas, followed by additional dates in various other territories, including the United States on 19 August 2022.

Kanzenshuu has independently followed up with Crunchyroll to confirm that screenings of the film in its original Japanese language with accompanying English subtitles will be available — in addition to English dubbed screenings — specifically within the United States of America. This is notable, as it was not the case with the three most recent films (Battle of Gods, Resurrection ‘F’, and Broly), even when subtitled screenings were in fact available outside of America.


Crunchyroll’s First Worldwide Release Coming to Theaters in North America, U.K and Ireland on August 19, Others in August and September

Culver City, CA (June 14, 2022) – Today, Crunchyroll and Toei Animation unveiled additional details for the global theatrical release of Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO, the newest film in the worldwide anime blockbuster franchise, including a new trailer, and new English voice cast. The film will be available in both English dub and subtitled and will arrive in more than 2300 theaters in the United States and Canada on August 19 with tickets on sale starting July 22.  The film will also be released in select U.S. based IMAX® theaters. For more information on the film visit

Crunchyroll also announced the English Voice Cast for the film:

Son Gohan – Kyle Hebert
Son Goku – Sean Schemmel
Son Goten – Robert McCollum
Piccolo – Christopher R. Sabat
Bulma – Monica Rial
Vegeta – Christopher R. Sabat
Krillin – Sonny Strait
Trunks – Eric Vale
Videl – Kara Edwards
Pan – Jeannie Tirado

New English Voice Cast:

Dr. Hedo – Zach Aguilar
Gamma 1 – Aleks Le
Gamma 2 – Zeno Robinson
Magenta – Charles Martinet
Carmine – Jason Marnocha

Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO, the second film in the Dragon Ball Super franchise, opens in theaters across the globe in all continents. The film arrives on the following dates in the following regions and territories:

  • August 18 in Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Central America, Ecuador, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay
  • August 19 in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa, Zambia, Vietnam
  • August 26 in India, Indonesia
  • August 30 in Malaysia, Brunei
  • August 31 in the Philippines
  • September 1 in Singapore
  • September 8 in Taiwan
  • September 15 in South Korea
  • September 29 in Thailand, Hong Kong, Macao
  • Additional global release dates for the film will be announced soon.

This is the first truly globally-distributed theatrical release for Crunchyroll and is distributed in North America by Crunchyroll. Internationally, the film will be distributed by Crunchyroll and Sony Pictures Entertainment.

The story, script, and character designs for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero were crafted by original manga author Akira Toriyama. Shueisha’s executive producer Akio Iyoku noted that the movie’s story takes place after the events in Dragon Ball Super: Broly, but before the 28th Tenka’ichi Budōkai, and features the revival of the notorious Red Ribbon Army. The film’s director ia Tetsuro Kodama, who was most recently the CG Sequence Director for the Dragon Ball Super: Broly film, with Hoon Jung-jae taking over the CG Director role after being a CG effects artist in the preceding two films, Battle of Gods and Resurrection ‘F’. The film’s theatrical score is composed by Naoki Satō. The movie was released in Japan on 11 June 2022, following a delay decided upon in conjunction with a Toei network hack.

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