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Goku and Bulma of 'Dragon Ball Z' Exposed

May 16, 2008 05:17:09 GMT

The images of 'Dragon Ball Z' two main characters, Goku and Bulma, have been revealed in the interwebs when the scanning result of a Japanese magazine leaked out.


Goku and Bulma of 'Dragon Ball Z' Exposed
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The question about how Goku and Bulma will look like in person has been answered. On Thursday, May 15, several images revealing the two main characters in the upcoming "Dragonball Evolution" have made their way to the Internet.

The pictures are taken from Japanese magazine Weekly Young Jump and they show up Justin Chatwin posing as Goku and Emmy Rossum as Bulma. The first bigger image unveiled Chatwin with his Goku appearance creating a ball of energy using his two hands, while in the other two smaller images revealed close-up photos of Chatwin and Rossum.

Coming to theaters April 3, 2009, "Dragon Ball" is a live action movie version of the famous Japanese anime of the same name about the humanoid alien by the name of Goku. Sent to Earth to destroy human race, Goku does the opposite as he chooses to protect the human race instead. The movie directed and scripted by notable filmmaker James Wong features also James Marsters and Chow Yun-Fat among others. It is also produced by Stephen Chow, the man behind "Kung Fu Hustle" and "CJ7".

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Post Your Comments

posted by Seelk on Jan 19, 2011
This post was sooooooooooooo stupid. First of all, the movie isn't based on dragonball z!
posted by Tmvj on Jul 03, 2009
Wow!its amazing but where is vegita,freeza ect
posted by jigabo on Apr 14, 2009
they ruined the whole deal.
posted by TruAsian on Sep 30, 2008
All my friends agree... this movie is gonna horrible. Terrible casting and blasphemous...
posted by Lil on Sep 10, 2008
Isn't Goku supposed to have waaaay more muscles???!... lol
posted by DBLAMBIA on Jul 12, 2008
Everybody should just boycott this like the Japanese. And Stephen Chow's actually no way involved.

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