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Dragon Ball Super: Broly USA Release Date, Trailer And Premiere Details

Dragon Ball Super Broly US Release Date

Dragon Ball Super: Broly has already premiered across all theatres in Japan, and before that, a select few got to see the movie during the Nippon Budokan event at Tokyo. The movie also went on to premiere at L.A around the same time, and we actually have the entire plot of the movie out already.

Everyone had nothing but positive things to say about the movie, and as you know, it is an animation marvel. Dragon Ball Super: Broly has set the stage for the future of Dragon Ball, and it goes without saying that Dragon Ball is going to continue from here onwards. As a matter of fact, the manga is already continuing past the Broly movie.

Dragon Ball Super International Premiere

I’m pretty sure that the anime adaptation of the Broly movie and then the Galactic Patrol Prisoner Arc will arrive soon, but before that, we have the Broly movie coming to the U.S. Given its popularity, it isn’t really a surprise that Dragon Ball Super: Broly will be heading to the US sooner than expected.

Usually, it takes a couple of months for a movie’s U.S premiere, but a while ago, we got an announcement that confirmed Dragon Ball Super: Broly would be heading to the theatres in January 2019. To be precise, you can catch Dragon Ball Super: Broly in theatres on January 16, 2019.

I cannot emphasize enough that you should watch the movie in theatres because it is an incredible piece of art and you should get the best experience while watching it. If you’re not from the US, here’s when you can catch the premiere in your country:

Japan Early Screening: November 14, 2018
North American Early Screening: December 13, 2018
Japanese Wide Release: December 14, 2018
Thailand: December 27, 2018
Malaysia: December 27, 2018
Singapore: December 27, 2018
Brunei: January 3, 2018
United Kingdom and Ireland: January TBD
North America Wide Release: January 16, 2019
Latin America: January 10, 17, 18, 24, 31 2019
Australia and New Zealand: January 24, 2019
Ukraine: January 31, 2019
South Korea: February 2019
Spain: February 22, 2019

Are you excited for Dragon Ball Super: Broly? Let me know your thoughts in the comments section!