The 20th Century Fox reportedly hinted that 'Dragonball' trailer may come out later than expected.
Those who are waiting for the release of "Dragonball Evolution" trailer may have to wait longer. Contrary to the previous rumor that the promotional video may be attached to "The Day the Earth Stood Still", Dragonball Movie Blog claimed their inside source suggested that the trailer may not be finished in time.
Of the matter, Dragonball Movie Blog quoted their source at the 20th Century Fox, "We had hoped to finish it in time for that delivery but it looks like it may be debuting later now. Still waiting to hear for sure." Sounding off similar response from Fox, Reelz Channel insisted that a source at the studio has confirmed "the Dragonball trailer debut has indeed been pushed back, and that a new date has not yet been determined."
Adapted from Akira Toriyama's famous Japanese manga of the same name, "Dragonball Evolution" focuses its story on Goku in his journey to fulfill his dying grandfather's wish, which is for him to train with Master Roshi and prepares himself to protect the seven mystical dragonballs from evil's hands. It is directed and co-scripted by James Wong. Produced by Stephen Chow, the 20th Century Fox film stars Justin Chatwin, Chow Yun-Fat, James Marsters, Emmy Rossum and many others. It will come out in U.S. big screen on April 8, 2009.