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Continue reading:If you’re a fan of anime or manga, there’s not much that Hollywood has to offer. There’s the less-than-great Alita: Battle Angel, the even less impressive Ghost in the Shell and the live-action adaptation of Akira that seems forever stuck in production purgatory. But now one of the biggest anime and manga properties is making a return to the big screen in live-action format.
If you’ll recall, we told you earlier this week that a new Dragon Ball movie is being planned and in case you’re thinking “but Hollywood already made a Dragon Ball movie before,” you’re obviously not one of the millions of fans who refuse to acknowledge the existence of that train crash. The last attempt moved the action to America, turned many of the characters white and played fast and loose with the show’s mythology to the extent that it ultimately retained only the barest resemblance to its roots.
A new live-action Dragon Ball movie is in development, this time with an entirely Asian cast. And it'll apparently adapt the first Dragon Ball Z arc.