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FUNimation Streams Second Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ Trailer

Will Goku make it to the end of Snake Way? Will the gang be able to fight back against Raditz? Tune in next time for…

Oh, wait. Wrong point in the series!

Yesterday, FUNimation started streaming the second theatrical trailer for Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ on its YouTube channel. The 60-second dubbed teaser gives a brief glimpse of various fight scenes in the film, including a showdown between Goku and Golden Frieza.

Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ will receive a theatrical run, with cinemas across North America showing the film from August 4 through August 12. The film made its Japanese box office début on April 18, 2015. To date, it’s earned over $50.4 million in revenues, which is just over 10 times its budget of $5 million.

Tickets to the North American showings are currently on sale via FUNimation’s website.

The first Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ teaser hit FUNimation’s YouTube channel on June 27. You can check it out below:

Source: FUNimation’s YouTube Channel

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