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'Dragonball' Posters Published
    2008-12-11 11:45:43     CRIENGLISH.com

Cast member Chow Yun-Fat is featured on a poster of the live-action film "Dragonball Evolution". [Photo: Tungstar/xinhuanet.com]

Related: 'Dragonball Evolution' Trailer

               Stephen Chow to Take 'Dragonball' to Big Screen

The upcoming Hollywood adaptation of the popular comic book "Dragon Ball" released a trailer and promotional posters featuring the lead actors on Wednesday.

"Dragonball Evolution", the adaptation, stars Canadian actor Justin Chatwin as the main character, Goku, and American star James Marsters as the antagonist, Lord Piccolo.

Chinese talents were heavily involved in the making of the film. They include Chow Yun-Fat, who plays Goku's mentor, and the film's producer, Stephen Chow. Hong Kong-born American filmmaker James Wong directed the film.

The film chronicles the adventures of martial artist Goku from childhood into adulthood. It is the latest addition to the "Dragon Ball" media franchise, which was created by Japanese anime artist Akira Toriyama in 1984, and now includes TV, book, film, and video game products.

"Dragonball Evolution" is slated for Asian release on March 13 next year, before opening in U.S. theaters in April.


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