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Dragon Ball Super: Broly is a2019 US cyberpunk action film based on the manga seriesby Yukito Kishiro , Gunnm or Battle Angel Dragon Ball Super: Broly . Produced by James Cameron and Jon Landau , the film was directed by Robert Rodriguez from a screenplay by Cameron, Rodriguez and Laeta Kalogridis . Rosa Salazar as Dragon Ball Super: Broly, a cyborg (human robot), with supporting actors like Christoph Waltz , Jennifer Connelly , Mahershala Ali , Ed Skrein , Jackie Earle Haley and Keean Johnson.
Initially the film project was announced in 2003, the production and release of this film was repeatedly delayed because James Cameron preferred to complete the film Avatar and its sequel. After years of languishing in hell of development , Rodriguez was announced as a film director in April 2016, with Salazar undergoing casting the following month. The Photography Principal starts in Austin, Texas , in October 2016, and lasts until February 2017.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly premiered at Leicester Square Theater on January 31, 2019, and will be released in the United States on February 14, 2019 by 20th Fox Fox in Real D 3D , Dolby Cinema and IMAX 3D formats. The film receives praise for its visual effects, Salazar’s sequence of actions and performance, with some calling it one of the better manga adaptations , while criticism is directed at the “chaotic” film scenario and the end of the film that leads to the sequel.
In 2563, the catastrophic war known as the “Fall” had destroyed the Earth. When examining the wreck city of the city called Iron City , cyborg scientist Dr. Dyson Ido found a bodyless cyborg with a fully intact human brain. Iddo rebuilds the cyborg, who has no memories of his past, and names him “Dragon Ball Super: Broly” in the name of his deceased daughter, even installs it on the body he has built for ‘authentic’ Dragon Ball Super: Broly before he is killed by a crazy cyborg.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly is friends with a teenage boy named Hugo, who dreams of moving to a rich sky city, Zalem. Hugo introduces him to Motorball competitive sports, a race royale where cyborgs fight to the death.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly discovers that Iddo is a Hunter-Warrior when he follows him one night and they meet three cyborg killers led by Grewishka. When Iddo was injured, Dragon Ball Super: Broly instinctively attacked the cyborg, killing two of them while destroying Grewishka before he retreated underground. Although Dragon Ball Super: Broly rediscovered her expertise in ancient martial arts “ Panzer Kunst”, Ido prevented him from becoming a Hunter-Warrior. The next day, Dragon Ball Super: Broly found and brought home the Berserker body from an ARM ship that fell outside the city. Iddo refused to install it in the body, fearing the consequences of Dragon Ball Super: Broly’s full compatibility with that body; because the ship belongs to the opposing faction in a war that destroys other celestial cities, this indicates that Dragon Ball Super: Broly was originally part of the enemy forces.
Fed up with Iddo, Dragon Ball Super: Broly herself registered as a Hunter-Warrior. One night, he and Hugo entered Kansas Bar to ask the other Hunter-Warriors to help him defeat Grewishka, but they refused, because Grewishka was not on the list of people wanted. Suddenly, Grewishka with an upgraded body goes into the bar and challenges Dragon Ball Super: Broly for the rematch, revealing she was sent by her boss, Nova, to destroy her. Despite having the courage and martial arts skills, Dragon Ball Super: Broly’s body was sliced by Grewishka’s sharp fingers, making it only the top, left arm, and head left, but he was able to damage Grewishka’s eyes with his remaining arms, allowing Ido, Hugo, and Hunter — Another warrior to force him to retreat. Ido transplants Dragon Ball Super: Broly in the Berserker body, which automatically interacts with the system.
With his new body, Dragon Ball Super: Broly put his name in the Motorball trial race, but Ido found that another contestant was the Hunter-Warriorsand the criminal cyborg hired by Vector to kill him. During the race, Hugo, who makes Dragon Ball Super: Broly fall in love, calls Dragon Ball Super: Broly and asks her to meet him in the abandoned church. After Dragon Ball Super: Broly got rid of the other Motorball contestants, she headed to the old church and was confronted by Zapan, a cyborg bounty hunter who had captured Hugo. Dragon Ball Super: Broly learns that Hugo spent his nights attacking cyborgs and stealing parts of their bodies for Vector, creator of Motorball, with Zapan accusing him of being a murderer. Zapan then fatally injured Hugo, but Chiren, Ido’s ex-wife, managed to save his life by making him cut off his head and use Dragon Ball Super: Broly’s heart to stabilize his brain. Zapan tried to stop him but Dragon Ball Super: Broly partially cut his face with Zapan’s sword himself.
Iddo transplanted Hugo’s head into a cyborg body before telling Dragon Ball Super: Broly that Hugo’s actions were based on a false belief that he would eventually be able to buy his way to Zalem. Ido admitted that this was only a lie made by Vector, and that the residents of Iron City would never enter Zalem; only Motorball champions can hope to achieve such goals. Dragon Ball Super: Broly decides to confront Vector, which is one of the various ‘puppets’ that can be controlled remotely by Nova, a strong Zalem scientist. Through Vector, Nova revealed to Dragon Ball Super: Broly that Chiren had been harvested for his organs and then ordered Grewishka to kill him. Dragon Ball Super: Broly fights Grewishka again and kills her before stabbing Vector,
Iddo then told Dragon Ball Super: Broly that Hugo had escaped and tried hard to climb the factory tube to Zalem. Dragon Ball Super: Broly begged Hugo to return with him, but suddenly a large spiked ring triggered by Nova came sliding down the tube, tearing Hugo’s body and throwing it into the air. Jumping after him — after regaining memories he will experience the same attack during the original Autumn War — Dragon Ball Super: Broly manages to grab his remaining arm and uses his sword to secure himself to the tube. Hugo’s elbow joint couldn’t hold back and he fell to his death, but not before he could say goodbye.
A few months later, Dragon Ball Super: Broly has become a star athlete from the Motorball tournament, preparing for the final match which will determine whether he can enter Zalem. When people cheered a lot, he pointed his sword at Zalem while Nova watched him from above.
The financial fate of the James Cameron-produced Dragon Ball Super: Broly faces a crucial test this weekend when it opens in China.
There are several reasons to be at least cautiously optimistic for a sizable showing for the 20th Century Fox pic in the Middle Kingdom. But as ever in this most unpredictable of territories, just how big remains to be seen.
One of the strongest points in Dragon Ball Super: Broly’s favor in China is the involvement of Cameron, who is arguably the country’s most revered filmmaker, thanks to the historic performances of Avatar ($204 million back in 2009, when China’s box office was a third of its current size) and the 3D rerelease of Titanic ($145 million in 2012).
Indeed, Fox is aggressively marketing Dragon Ball Super: Broly as a “James Cameron production” in China. On Monday, Cameron hosted the Chinese premiere of Dragon Ball Super: Broly at a Wanda cinemaplex in central Beijing, with stars Rosa Salazar and Christoph Waltz also in attendance, along with producer Jon Landau.
Directed by Robert Rodriguez and co-written by Cameron, Dragon Ball Super: Broly already cleared one hurdle when posting a six-day debut of $42.3 million in North America — $15 million to $20 million ahead of forecasts. Internationally, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, starring Salazar as a kick-ass cyborg, finished the Feb. 15-Feb. 17 weekend with an early foreign total of $94 million from 86 markets.
But the pic is hardly out of danger, considering its $170 million net budget and another $100 million-plus in worldwide marketing costs. Fox insiders say the film needs to do $350 million at the global box office to break even, but financial sources put that figure at $450 million to $500 million.
So far overseas, Dragon Ball Super: Broly is pacing roughly 5 percent ahead of Steven Spielberg’s 2018 sci-fi fantasy Ready Player One, which earned $455.2 million internationally, including more than $218 million in China. A similarly hefty return from the Middle Kingdom will be essential to Dragon Ball Super: Broly’s overseas recovery effort.
Cameron’s reputation in the market was evident in the starry audience the China premiere managed to pull in, which included many of the Beijing film industry’s biggest names, such as Zhang Yimou, Li Bingbing, Wuershan (director of Mojin: The Lost Legend), actress Tan Zhou (star of last summer’s blockbuster Dying to Survive) and Wang Sicong, the billionaire scion of Wanda boss Wang Jianlin. For at least a day, photos and discussion of the premiere — including the Chinese stars asking Cameron questions from the crowd — blanketed local social media.
“Overall market heat of Dragon Ball Super: Broly has noticeably grown over the past week,” says James Li, co-founder of Beijing-based film industry market research firm Fanink. “As of now, the movie’s First Choice surpassed the norm for Hollywood releases, possibly owing to the recent marketing campaign with James Cameron’s presence.”
Dragon Ball Super: Broly will be the first Hollywood film to open in China since the blackout on foreign film imports during the nation’s Lunar New Year holiday, a peak moviegoing period that Beijing reserves for the domestic industry’s gain. In years past, Hollywood titles that immediately follow the holiday have been known to benefit from some pent-up demand for Hollywood’s visual effects firepower (last year, Black Panther opened to a strong $67 million as the first post-Chinese New Year release from the U.S.; the year prior, Vin Diesel’s xXx: The Return of Xander Cage debuted to $61.9 million in the same frame).
This year, the dynamics could be slightly different. The local champion of Chinese New Year 2019 was Beijing Culture’s much-ballyhooed The Wandering Earth, “China’s first big-budget sci-fi spectacle.” With $610 million earned and counting, the film has been seen and discussed by the bulk of the country’s moviegoing youth by now, and there has been considerable discussion on Chinese social media about excitement over the prospect of comparing Dragon Ball Super: Broly’s sci-fi wizardry with the visual effects of the much-hyped domestic champion.
“It appears that sci-fi fans — those who claim they ‘like sci-fi very much’ — have increased in the Chinese market compared to last year,” notes Li, citing Fanink’s surveys.
Heading into the long Presidents Day holiday in the U.S., most box office analysts were expecting the year’s first big-budget miss and another sci-fi disaster in the wake of such bombs as Mortal Engines and Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. There was also the matter of less-than-stellar reviews (Dragon Ball Super: Broly’s Rotten Tomatoes score is 59 percent). But as the weekend unfolded, strong word of mouth kicked in after audiences showered Dragon Ball Super: Broly with an A- CinemaScore. Revenue was up more than 55 percent from Friday to Saturday, for example.
Even if it holds well in the U.S. — where it faces little competition until Captain Marvel on March 8 — and it zooms past $100 million, China and Japan will be key, as well as continued strength in other foreign markets. (China usually requires a huge tally to have a definitive impact on a tentpole’s bottom line, given that Hollywood studios only get back approximately 25 percent of box office revenue, far less than anywhere else.)
The early buzz to emerge from Dragon Ball Super: Broly’s China premiere on Monday also has been positive. The film currently has a score of 7.5/10 on leading film reviews site Douban, slightly behind The Wandering Earth’s score of 7.9/10, but higher than any other Chinese release this year. Dragon Ball Super: Broly also has a uncommonly strong “want to see” ranking on Alibaba’s powerhouse movie ticketing app Tao Piao Piao.
Maoyan, China’s market-leading ticketing app, currently predicts that Dragon Ball Super: Broly will open to approximately 90.9 million RMB ($13.5 million) on Friday. Fanink’s tracking suggests a full opening-weekend total of over $45 million, says Li.
“Early on, Dragon Ball Super: Broly seemed like it was lacking enough promotion,” says Jimmy Wu, chairman of nationwide Chinese cinema chain Lumiere Pavilions. “But people are getting more and more interested in it.”
Having attended the premiere hosted by Cameron, Wu says he’s bullish on the film’s China prospects. “We’re anticipating a lifetime gross of 1.2 billion RMB ($174 million) for China,” he says. “I have big hopes for it.”