The new "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" movie has already been released in the Japanese theaters and according to the reviews, the 20th "Dragon Ball" movie is, without a doubt, the best movie in the franchise so far. The movie not only released in Japan, but fans in the United States also got a chance to see the film during its big premiere in Los Angeles, although, the film will officially be released on 16 January 2019.

Fan reaction to the movie

"Dragon Ball Super: Broly" is the only movie that has this much hype, even in the western countries and the premiere in the United States proved that anime Movies can attract crowds just as big as any other animated movies.

Some big names from the franchise like Christopher Sabat (Voice actor of Vegeta), Sean Schemmel (Voice actor of Goku), Vic Mignogna (Voice actor of Broly) and Jason Douglas (Voice actor of Beerus) were also present at the premiere and shared their thought on the movie.

Big fans and "Dragon Ball" reviewers like Geekdom101 and YonkouProductions were also at the premiere and they were also really excited about being invited to the premiere.

The reaction from all the fans that were invited to the premiere proved that Akira Toriyama finally created a Broly which is way better than the non-canon version.

This time, Broly is not a mindless monster who seeks to destroy Goku/Kakkarot just because he scared him as a child, but now Frieza is plotting something against the two Saiyans by using another Saiyan who was exiled from his home planet.

We're not sure what Frieza has in mind and why he's collecting the Dragon Balls but we'll know that soon once the movie is released worldwide on 16 January 2019.

New fusion teased in a promo

After the first screening of the "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" movie in Japan, fans who were able to catch the feature were given commemorative ticket booklets showing off character designs, and those designs included the two famous failed Gogeta fusions called "Veku."

That's right, the failed fusions of Gogeta are finally canon and they appear in the movie.

It seems like Goku and Vegeta don't master the Fusion Dance on their first time, just like Goten and Trunks. The image from the booklet also mentioned that Veku is a powered down version of the fusion, which means that these versions of the fusion might be weaker, even compared to Goku and Vegeta. We'll see how both of them deal with this problem when the movie is officially released in the theater in the next month.