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'Dragon Ball Super: Broly' Comes To UK and Ireland This January

The Dragon Ball Super TV series may have come to an end, but the franchise is far from done yet. The saga of Goku, Vegeta, Bulma and co will continue in the latest movie, which is due to open in Japan this month. Dragon Ball Super: Broly is the first big screen outing for Super and the 20th Dragon Ball movie overall. And as the name suggests, it sees the return of fan favourite villain (and fellow Saiyan) Broly.

UK distributor Manga Entertainment have now announced the full details for the film's theatrical screenings. The film will hit cinemas in the UK and Ireland from January 23, 2019. This is not at all long after the film's January 16 US release from Funimation, which in turn is just over a month after the film is released in Japan on December 14.

Tickets and showtimes are available now.






A legacy lies in wait, a deadly power is awakening—the legendary Super Saiyan Broly is here!
Goku and his friends will face their deadliest challenge yet when they experience the power and might of Broly. Will they have enough strength to protect their home or will it take everything and everyone they have to stand against this unshakeable force? Experience the new power level in the latest movie from the Dragon Ball Super story!

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