The latest animated movie in the Dragon Ball universe generates tremendous enthusiasm and can destroy records in Japan.
According to the latest data presented by Toei Animation, Dragon Ball Super: Broly has already accumulated over 27 million euros in Japanese theaters since its debut on December 14.
This means that Dragon Ball Super: Broly managed for 24 days to get close to the best value of a Dragon Ball movie in Japanese cinemas – achieved by Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection & # 39; F & # 39; in 2015, which received a turnover of 31 million euros.
Since December 27, Dragon Ball Super: Broly is available in theaters in Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore, where it has accumulated more than 611,000 euros in the opening weekend.
Brazil has also seen the film since January 3 and the premiere weekend, Dragon Ball Super: Broly has generated more than 1.46 million euros at the box office.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly makes famous Broly as part of the cannon and even presents Gogeta as you have never seen him before.
The debut in Portugal still has no release date.