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Since the announcement and the arrival of the first trailer for "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" I believed that the film was destined to conquer box offices all over the world. After the film's success in Japan and overseas the film has made even more box office revenue. Most of the information from this article comes from great reports by Screen Rant and Variety, all surrounding the release of the new film.

Earnings

The anime movie had a successful run at the American box office. The new anime film has also achieved excellent results in Europe. The official Facebook page for the company has published an infographic that spoke about the success that the film has had all over the world. Also, "The Divine War" could belong to the next saga.

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I am excited about that!

According to Screen Rant, the film has just passed $100 million at the worldwide box office, making it the highest-grossing film in the Dragon Ball franchise. The movie was released in Japan on December 14, and hit theaters in North America on January 16. While the makers were expecting a warm reception, fans have hit it out of the park. In its first day alone, it grossed over $7 million.

How to watch 'Dragon Ball Super: Broly' online

I also need to note that Goku is going to die. As for the film, it was released in a lot of countries. But not everyone will get the opportunity to watch the movie in the cinema. A large number of fans are still waiting for the movie to release online.

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However, one can still catch the movie if you are willing to wait a bit. All you have to do is be patient until the makers release it online. The makers have already confirmed the Blu-Ray version release of the movie will take place in December 2019. I know that is a long time to wait, but you can trust me that it is worth the wait.

To those who don't know, the film is the franchise’s 20th animated film and biggest in the US. Set largely after the narrative of the "Universe Survival Saga," "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" starts off by recapping events that took place 41 years earlier.

There are a lot of brand new attacks that made their way into the film, which could play a role in the franchise's future.

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The movie revealed some new facts about Vegeta's lineage and the history of Planet Vegeta. According to Variety, "Scripted by series creator Akira Toriyama and directed by Tatsuya Nagamine (a veteran of the “Dragon Ball Super” TV show), this latest movie begins as the evil Frieza — introduced here as an undisciplined adolescent."