The Dragon Ball Movie Frontline blog has been updated on September 30 with more information about the upcoming movie. Last week, we got a closer look at the 3DCG of the movie, along with a slew of unfinished scenes from the upcoming film. This time, the site has interviewed the production staff of the upcoming movie and how they manage the whole process of making the flick. A new interview about the icy landscape [VIDEO] also took place.

The production staff

There are a total of four people who are in charge of the production and progress of production.

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According to the staff, their job is to make sure that the production moves ahead according to the schedule. Tetsuo Inagaki, one of the members of the production staff, said that the movie has about 1,800 cuts, which were divided into three chunks.

Each member manages each of those parts and the fourth one supervises the whole thing. According to herms (translator), fans will cry in the first 20-30 minutes of the movie.

Matsui Sho, the production staff member who manages the middle chunk of the movie, said that the movie will feature a lot of action between Vegeta and Broly as well. Vegeta will have a bigger role in "Dragon Ball Super: Broly," rather than just being used for gags and getting beat up.

New upcoming trailer

Tatsuya Nagamine, the director of the movie, has requested the staff to make the movie appealing to the foreign audience as well. He listens to the opinions of those around him and makes changes accordingly, but these changes are difficult for the production team to adapt to. Most of the crew for the production of the film have been "Dragon Ball" fans since their childhood and they feel really honored for having the opportunity to work on this movie. An alternate dimension has also been teased for the new movie [VIDEO].

They also mentioned that they were working on a trailer on the day of the interview, so they were trying to perfect the parts of the movie that are going to appear in the trailer. The production team is going to make sure that the trailer of the movie shows the highlights of the film without spoiling the real experience.

The new trailer for "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" is expected to drop at the Dragon Ball Super panel at New York Comic-Con on October 5.

Some big names in the Dragon Ball series, like Masako Nozawa (Goku's original voice), Tatsuya Nagamine (movie director), and Sean Schemmel (Goku's dub voice) are also going to appear at the New York Comic-Con. If the trailer doesn't drop on October 5, then it's definitely going to be released during Jump Anime Fest that is going to take place between November 25 — December 2.

The new Dragon Ball Super movie is set to be released on December 14, 2018, in Japan. Funimation has acquired the theatrical rights to the movie and is planning to release it in the United States and Canada on January 16, 2019.