Initial Dragon Ball Z On-Set Pictures Hit the Net


Initial Dragon Ball Z On-Set Pictures Hit the Net


Photos taken showed the images of lead actor Justin Chatwin who is playing Goku in the movie.

The first batch of photos from the Mexico City set of "Dragonball Evolution" has made way to come up online, capturing the images of Justin Chatwin, who has been billed to play leading character Goku in the project.

Head to HoyCinema to see all the on-set pictures. The movie, a live-action adaptation of the Japanese comic series "Dragon Ball" created by Akira Toriyama, is a production of 20 th Century Fox and has just picked up Emmy Rossum to play Bulma, in addition to the cast already consisting of James Marsters, Eriko Tamura, and Joon Park, among others.

In related news, it is reported that filming on the feature has taken place at the Coyoacan Campus of Universidad Tecnologica de Mexico (UNITEC). Production is said to run at the location for seven days before moving to Durango state by January 2, 2008.

© AceShowbiz.com


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    DBLAMBIA
    Jul 12, 2008

    Everybody should just boycott this like the Japanese.

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