There are fewer than two months left until "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" hits theaters and the cast dropped more hints about the ending scene of the movie. Dragon Ball Movie Frontline recently updated their blog with a new interview, and this time, they interviewed Lemo's voice actor Tomokazu Sugita.

Interview with Mr. Sugita

The interviewer asked Tomokazu Sugita about his first encounter with the "Dragon Ball." He said that he started reading the manga when he was in elementary school, due to which he had little knowledge about the Movies. Then, when he played games like "Dragon Ball Carddass" and "Dragon Ball: Super Butoden 2," he was amazed by all the new characters in the series.

Furthermore, he talked about the character, Lemo, that he plays in the movie. He said that he didn't think much of Broly when he was little, but now he's playing Lemo, who is a weakling and is perplexed by Broly's extraordinary strength. He mentioned that Lemo is not your common fighter, but a soldier who survived in Freeza Force with his other talents. He also said that dads watching the movie will relate more to Lemo, while their children will relate to Cheelye. Jump scans have also revealed more Broly secrets [VIDEO].

Aside from his character, Mr. Sugita wants Cell to come back to the series. He told the interviewer that Freeza isn't really a bad boss, since he runs his organization on meritocracy. When it comes to Cell, his senseless violence and forcibly absorbing people sets him apart from everyone else in the series.

Saiyans will also witness Freeza's wrath soon [VIDEO].

Ending of the movie

When talking about the movie, he said that, in the last scene of the movie, "Goku finally...!" It's obvious that they won't reveal the ending ahead of the movie, but it seems like Vegeta isn't going to be the MVP of the movie, after all. This hint from the voice actor could mean a number of different things. It can be Goku turning into his Ultra Instinct form, or maybe finishing off Broly as Gogeta. It should also be noted that Gogeta isn't confirmed in the movie. The recent news about the re-release of the "Fusion Reborn" movie, along with "BardockThe Father of Goku" and "BrolyThe Legendary Super Saiyan," also hints at the appearance of the iconic fusion in the film.

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.