'Dragonball Z' Coming to Theaters in 2008

by Paul William Tenny

dragonball-z.jpgDragonball (with a Z if you can read this language) is being made into a live-action feature film by 20th Century Fox sometime in the coming months with a tentative release date of August 2008. If you're anything like me then you've heard of this before but may not know what it's about, and frankly I don't care what it's about. Why? Because of the talent bringing this Japanese science fiction tale to life in the form of James Marsters (the bad guy) and James Wong (of the dynamic Wong and Glenn Morgan duo) will direct.

These two could do a dog show on TBS and I'd still tune in.

Sadly though, the whiny jerk (Justin Chatwin) that played Tom Cruise's son in War of the Worlds is playing Goku, the main character. I really wanted him to just die in that film. Does Goku die in Drangonball? I'll watch it if Marsters lays waste to him in style.
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I was a fan of DragonBall Z when i was a kid and liked it a lot. Then only thing i hated was that the shows were stretched out too much. You would have one show that would have a lot of action and the next would be just about talking and that is it. But overall that was a good show. Oh and to answer your question, Goku dies, but there is another world (heaven if you may call it) that is show in the tv shows and the way he comes back to life quite different than the zombie way. But...the characters realize that there are 7 dragon balls (hint the name) that if you collect them all and put them together and say some magic summoning words then an ancient dragon will come out of them and grant them one wish. Usually the people wish to bring back all the dead people who got killed by a bad guy, but some cases they just ask for one person to be back. Anyways, that is all i can realy say b/c if i were to go on about the shows then i would be here forever. So if you have any questions then just email me from my address above.

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