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[08.11.2007] Bei CS! gibt es Infos zu den Drehorten der DBZ-Realverfilmung...
Mexican newspaper El Norte reports that 20th Century Fox will film 85% of the Dragon Ball Z movie in Durango, Mexico under the direction of James Wong.
The production, expected to film in 2008, plans to use the Mexiquillo Forest, Marley Ranch, Hacienda la Providencia, La Joya Ranch, Laguna Seca de Santiaguillo and a forum from a Convention Center in the Culture Institute.
"Durango meets the needs in hotels, personnel, services like transportation, equipment, stunts, restaurants. This movie will provide the city with 750 jobs and an important flow of money," said Susana Elósegui Cross (Turism & Cinematography Director of Durango).
The sets will be constructed this month and shooting will begin in January and last through March. However, the movie cannot filmed completely in Durango, so they will move to Estado De México for some shots at Nevado de Toluca (an important volcano).
Durango was chosen by Ariel Shaw, the special FX director.
Dragon Ball Z is about a young boy called Goku. He faces Evil Vegueta, who tries to destroy the hero to prove that Goku is not the legendary warrior many believe he is.


[03.10.2007] Bei CHUD gibt es Neuigkeiten zur DBZ-Realverfilmung...
[...] James Wong, formerly of The X-Files and the man behind Final Destination and The One, is writing and directing the live action version of Dragon Ball, which is going to go into production in Canada this November.
Included with the scoop was this casting breakdown [...] it's up to you to figure out if what Wong et al are looking for fit the anime bill.
[GOKU] 18 years old, Goku is considered uncool and unpopular at school, but he is in fact an extremely talented martial arts fighter who gets rigorous training from his grandfather, Gohan. After the death of his grandfather by the evil Lord Piccolo, Goku finds his destiny in his grandfather's dying request that he find Master Roshi and gather all seven Dragon Balls (of which he has one) in order to prevent Piccolo from succeeding in his desire to use the dragonballs to take over the world. Trained by Master Roshi, aided by Bulma and Yamcha, friends he meets along the way, Goku proves himself a formidable, almost undefeatable fighter. On many dangerous adventures to find the remaining Dragon Balls and thus save the world, Goku conquers physical and emotional challenges, ultimately saving the world but clearly impelled to spend his life searching for the Dragon Balls with his trusty companions...LEAD
[BULMA] 20s, female, pretty, with great intelligence behind her gleaming eyes, Bulma is a determined, competitive young woman whose father's five star Dragon Ball was stolen by Lord Piccolo, and who believes that she can harness their unlimited energy and change the world like Edison or Einstein. Bulma, who has a DBE (a Dragon Ball locator device), teams up with Goku, and with him meets up with Master Roshi and Yamcha as they attempt to collect the missing Dragon Balls before Piccolo can destroy the world. A resourceful and courageous young woman who's also a weapons expert, she overcomes many obstacles with her colleagues, only to find the seven Dragon Balls ultimately snatched from their grasp--but it's clear she's going to continue searching for them with Goku and Yamcha...LEAD
[YAMCHA] 20s, "the bad boy who has no trouble attracting women," he taunts Goku, Bulma and Master Yoshi, who are trapped in a sand cave, rather than helping them with his rope ladder. However, after overhearing Master Roshi's tale of Piccolo once nearly destroyed the Earth and are preparing to do so again, Yamcha has a change of heart and not only helps the three in the desert, but becomes a valuable part of the team. An ingenious young man whose utililty truck is the Swiss Army Knife of trucks--every tool and gear imaginable sprouts from its body--Yamcha joins Goku, Bulma (with whom he becomes romantically involved) and Master Yoshi on their quest to find the seven Dragon Balls before Piccolo...LEAD
[MASTER ROSHI] This older man is a good friend of Goku's grandfather, Gohan, and Goku comes to enlist his help after his grandfather is killed. Although he looks like a beggar, Roshi is one of the world’s most fearsome fighters. Master Roshi begins Goku's rigorous training to prepare him for the adventure of finding and fighting for the seven Dragon Balls to save the world from Piccolo's destructive plan. A wise, somewhat wry man who knows as much about human nature as he does about martial arts, Master Roshi is impressed with Goku's fighting but reminds him of his failings as well. Ultimately, Master Roshi sacrifices his own life in order to destroy Piccolo...LEAD
[MAI] Late 20s, female, her features exotic, sexy but deadly, dressed in gleaming black, with weapons strapped all over her body, she's a martial arts expert and Lord Piccolo's chief enforcer. Crafty and quick thinking, Mai uses her ability to shapeshift near the climax of the movie and takes on the form of Chi Chi, a young martial arts expert who's romantically involved with Goku and later saves Piccolo from Master Roshi's curse; once she is revealed she ends up in the fight of her life.
[LORD PICCOLO] An ancient being who despite his humanoid appearance, is from an alien race determined to take over the world. Piccolo is the cursed ruler of a demonic race who nearly destroyed Earth 2000 years ago, and with the coming of the eclipse and the possession of all seven Dragon Balls, he's prepared to free himself and do the job right this time. Crafty and smart, Piccolo has some disturbing news for Goku, namely that the boy is actually a Saiyan who's destined to join Piccolo as his right hand in destroying and enslaving the planet...LEAD
[CHI CHI] Goku’s lifelong love interest, Chi Chi is an attractive, tom boy-ish young woman who has grown up with Goku. She has studied martial arts and has always suspected that Goku possesses talents that are unusual and extraordinary. After Goku embarks on his journey to redeem his grandfather’s death, Chi Chi meets up with Goku and his crew at a tournament of champions where their mutual attraction finally heats up during a training session.
[GOHAN] Goku's kindly, wise grandfather, he looks like he's in his 70s but moves like Jet Li. An accomplished martial artist who trains Goku on the bow staff, he loves his grandson and is happy to prepare a special feast for him on his 18th birthday, as well as a special gift: a 3 star Dragon Ball. Tragically, Gohan is struck down by the high ninjas of the Namek-Jins, and as he dies he sends his grandson out to do face his destiny and do battle against them...


[05.09.2007] The Gazette liefert Neuigkeiten zur geplanten DBZ-Realverfilmung...
The 20th Century Fox studio is expected to shoot three big-budget movies in Montreal over the next year; each has a budget of at least $100 million. The films are the Night at the Museum sequel Another Night, Independence Day director Roland Emmerich's remake of the sci-fi flick Fantastic Voyage and a big-screen adaptation of the Japanese manga Dragonball Z. [...]
Dragonball Z is adapted from the manga created by Akira Toriyama; the work was also turned into a Japanese anime series that played all over the world. It tells the story of an alien sent to destroy Earth, who has a change of heart and decides to join the humans in their fight against various aliens and bad guys.
There are no details yet as to when these three shoots will begin, but they are expected to wrap production by next July.


[20.05.2007] GameFront meldet...
Bandai Namco arbeitet nach einem Bericht der Jump an dem Prügelspiel Dragon Ball Z: Sparking! Meteor (Wii, PS2). Es soll mehr als einhundertfünfzig Charaktere geben, die Auslieferung ist für Herbst 2007 in Japan geplant.

[28.03.2007] Heute erscheint "Dragonball Z - Budokai Tenkaichi 2" für Nintendo Wii...
Erleben Sie das vollkommenste Dragonball-Z-Spiel aller Zeiten, welches sich die einzigartigen Vorteile der Wii-Plattform zunutze macht und Sie noch direkter ins Spielgeschehen zieht! DBZ: Budokai Tankaichi 2 bringt die 3D-Flug- und Kampfdynamik des letztjährigen Vorgängers auf eine neues Level und enthält weitere aufregende Features...

[17.07.2006] Während es in Sachen Realverfilmung keinerlei Neuigkeiten gibt, werden zumindest die Videospieler in naher Zukunft beglückt, denn GameFront meldet...
Das Prügelspiel Dragon Ball Z: Sparking! Neo (Wii/PS2) von Bandai Namco soll laut Preislisten japanischer Großhändler am 19.10.06 auf den Markt kommen.
Sollte der Termin stimmen, dann müsste Wii von Nintendo ebenfalls schon im Oktober 2006 in Japan erhältlich sein. Damit würden sich auch frühere Meldungen bestätigen, die ebenfalls auf eine Oktober-Veröffentlichung der Konsole hindeuteten.


[06.06.2006] AnimeAICN berichtet über das Ende der DBZ-Mangas...
[...] Dragon Ball Z will be ending this summer. SHONEN JUMP magazine will be celebrating the conclusion of this tremendous series all summer. The July 2006 issue of SHONEN JUMP magazine (on newsstands June 6) will include extensive DRAGON BALL Z coverage. There will be a special dual magazine cover, featuring two different Dragon Ball Z images, a sneak preview chapter from the final volume of DRAGON BALL Z, a feature on the 10 Best Fights in Dragon Ball history and an exclusive interview with DRAGON BALL Z creator Akira Toriyama.
DRAGON BALL was originally a 42-volume manga series in Japan, and was divided into two parts by VIZ Media for its North American release: Dragon Ball, which represents volumes 1-16 of the series, and DRAGON BALL Z, which encompasses volumes 17-42. VIZ Media originally began publishing DRAGON BALL in 1998 and the series has been a mainstay of its manga library for years. [...]


[26.04.2006] GameFront meldet...
Atari gibt die Entwicklung der beiden Dragon Ball-Titel Super DBZ und Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 für PS2 bekannt, die bei Namco Bandai entstehen.
Das Prügelspiel Super DBZ soll ein komplexeres Kampfsystem besitzen, so dass die 18 Charaktere auch mehr Combos beherrschen. Die Auslieferung ist für Juli 2006 in den USA vorgesehen.
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 soll Action, Kampf und einige Rollenspiel-Elemente miteinander verbinden. Die Handlung umfasst die gesamte Dragon Ball-, DBZ- und Dragon Ball GT-Serie.
Mehr als einhundert Charaktere kämpfen am Boden und in der Luft in 3D Schlachten. Die 15 Umgebungen sind zerstörbar, neun Spielmodi sind in Vorbereitung (u.a. Einzel- und Mehrspieler-Duelle). Die Veröffentlichung ist für das Weihnachtsgeschäft 2006 in den USA geplant.


[13.10.2004] AnimAICN meldet...
Anime News Network reports adult film star Asia Carrera has stated in her website that she rejected a role in the live action adaptation of Dragon Ball Z. "I hate having to turn down cool mainstream work offers... the producers [of the Live Action Dragon Ball Z Movie] just contacted me about being in it.".

[25.06.2004] CS! meldet...
Screenwriter Ben Ramsey ("The Big Hit") has signed to adapt Dragonball Z for the big screen for 20th Century Fox, reports Variety. Dragonball Z was adapted from the "Dragonball" manga created by Akira Toriyama and later developed into a Japanese anime series.
"Dragonball Z" follows the adventures of an adult humanoid alien who's just discovered that he was sent to Earth to blend in and destroy our population but instead elects to protect it from an oncoming alien onslaught.
Ramsey recently wrote the adaptation of Marvel's Luke Cage at Sony's Columbia Pictures, as well as Static for Columbia-based producer Neal Moritz.


[02.06.2004] Bei DragonBallZ.com gibt es die letzten Nachrichten zur Realverfilmung...
[...] I literally JUST got off the phone with FOX Studios in Los Angeles, CA. I asked outright about the upcoming live action Dragon Ball/Z movie.
This is exactly what I was told by my contact:
"The Dragon Ball Z movie? We don't have that. I 've got a lot of calls about that so I called around [the studio]. We won't be making that [movie]."
So there you have it, folks. That is the OFFICIAL story from FOX. I know some of you may be disappointed, but I also think it's a blessing.


[13.03.2004] KyleHebert.com meldet...
I decided to follow up a bit more regarding the rumored live action Dragonball/Z movie. One persistant rumor has been that "George Lucas' CGI company ILM has signed a contract to do the special effects."
Today I called Ellen Pasternack, Public Relations for ILM. I asked her if the rumor was true; if ILM was brought on board to provide the special effects for the Dragonball/Z live action movie. Ms. Pasternack's reply was that it had been mentioned, but ILM never officially signed off on anything and it never came to be. She also commented that, as far as she knows, the film is not being made.
So there you have it, folks. Another death nail in the DBZ live action movie coffin. That isn't to say that the film will never be made. There are other major studios besides FOX and other effects houses aside from ILM. Who knows ... maybe Weta will snag this property to go along with the Evangelion live action movie. Only time will tell. [...]


[18.11.2003] Bei DBZSC.com gibt es Infos zum Stand der Dinge in Sachen Realverfilmung: Regie wird angeblich (!) Roland Emmerich führen, der derzeit noch mit "Day After Tomorrow" beschäftigt ist...
The script was written be Tedi Sarafian (who wrote the script for Tank Girl and Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines)
DBZ creator Akira Toriyama was hired as the films consultant but wanted too much control over it so FOX made him sing a new contract which basically gave him the boot.
Some actors have signed contracts and some have simply said they would do it. Some characters have not been cast yet but those who have are subject to change. [...]
Mit Dank an Goku0815


[27.09.2003] Bereits im Juli veröffentlichte Dragonballs.net ein Bild von Piccolo als Real-Charakter... Fake oder nicht !?!
Mit Dank an Jupp

[25.07.2003] RajahWWF.com meldet...
[...] Speaking of Goldberg, he has signed on to play a character by the name of "Nappa" in a movie based on the television cartoon series "Dragonball Z". This character, I am told, is supposed to be one of the most powerful and mean characters in the series. [...]

[13.06.2003] DragonBallZ.com berichtete bereits am 15. Mai 2003 über den Stand der Dinge in Sachen Realverfilmung...
According to Saiyanz Rage, a source within 20th Century Fox has posted the following:
FOX is shooting for a PG-13 rating and a running time of somewhere between 3 to 4 hours. They are hoping for the DBZ movie saga to be 4 episodes long (4 movies). Starting in The Saiyan Saga, The Frieza Saga, The Android/Cell Saga, and the Majin Buu Saga.
George Lucas' CGI company ILM has signed a contract to do the special effects. Some sad news, due to casting and scheduling difficulties, filming that was set to begin real soon has been put off until Summer 2004. The original Release Date. Once the movie is finished filming and all post-production effects are added in, this movie may not be out until well into 2005. As of right now there is no definite title. The most obvious choice would be plain DragonBall Z", but FOX is also leaning toward DragonBall Z: Unlimited or DragonBall Z: Fight For Man Kind.
None of this information is confirmed.
Mit Dank an Goku0815


[16.05.2003] Nachschub kommt... Polyband veröffentlicht am 28. Juli "Dragonball Z - Das Trunks Special" auf DVD & Video... "Dragonball Z - Der Film" kommt voraussichtlich am 25. August 2003 in den Handel... Weitere "DBZ" DVD- und Videoveröffentlichungen sind im Anmarsch - die Termine gibt es in der Rubrik "DVD & Video" !!!

[13.02.2003] Heute startet "Dragonball Z - Der Film" in den deutschen Kinos... Bei Blickpunkt:Film gibt es eine Kritik...
[...] Für Feingeister und begleitende Eltern wird es mutmaßlich kein reiner Kunstgenuss den von unzähligen "Arrrrghs!" und "Urrrghs!" untermalten Dauergefechten beizuwohnen (die sich aller angepeilten Geschwindigkeit zum trotz in recht statischer Manier entwickeln). Kindern jedoch dürften schon bei der puren Erwähnung des Titels die Augen leuchten. Sie, die mit der Materie Vertrauten, werden sich kurzerhand zurecht finden im Wust der Personen, die dem Uneingeweihten nicht einmal sonderlich vorgestellt werden, und das bonbonbunte Chaos als zwei säuberlich von einander getrennte Schlüsselepisoden mit Bonus-Bildoptik begreifen. Und für sie ist der Spaß schließlich gemacht.

[01.11.2002] DragonballZ-Film.de bietet detaillierte Infos zum Anime-Kinofilm... Vorsicht SPOILER !!!
Teil 1: Fusion
Das Jenseits ist auch nicht mehr das, was es mal war. Genauer gesagt herrscht dort das totale Chaos, seitdem die Seelen-Reinigungsmaschine mit einem lauten Knall explodiert ist. Der kleine Junge, der in der Nähe der Maschine stand, wird durch die freigesetzten Kräfte zu Janemba - einem ebenso kugelrunden wie boshaften Wesen. Janemba verändert die Regeln des Jenseits, schafft Chaos und Verwüstung und öffnet die Tür ins Reich der Lebenden - nun sorgen die Schurken der Hölle auch noch in der diesseitigen Welt für Ärger.
Während Son-Gohan, Videl, Trunks und Son-Goten auf der Erde alle Hände voll zu tun haben, gegen alte Feinde für neue Ordnung zu sorgen, kämpfen Vegeta und Son-Goku im Jenseits auf nahezu verlorenem Posten. Und als ihr pummeliger Gegner Janemba nach einem schweren Treffer zu einem nahezu unbesiegbaren Dämon mutiert, scheint das endgültige Ende der beiden Helden gekommen. Nur eine Fusion von Vegeta und Son-Goku zu Gogeta könnte noch Rettung bringen. Doch die geplante Fusion geht schief. Wenn nicht irgendetwas passiert, sind beide Welten für immer verloren.
Teil 2: Drachenfaust
Was für ein Tag: Nicht nur, dass Son-Gohan und Videl als verbrechensbekämpfendes Team alle Hände voll zu tun haben, in Satan-City für Ruhe und Ordnung zu sorgen, nun verursacht auch noch ein alter und augenscheinlich verrückter Mann jede Menge Ärger. Der kauzige Hoy schwafelt vom Ende der Welt und stürzt sich in selbstmörderischer Absicht von einem Turm. Natürlich kann Son-Gohan dies nicht zulassen - er fängt Hoy auf. Dieser erzählt anschließend eine unglaubliche Geschichte. Ein fürchterlicher Drache sei unterwegs, um alles zu vernichten, was sich ihm in den Weg stellt, und nur ein Krieger sei fähig, ihn zu töten: der legendäre Tapion. Das Problem: Tapion ist in eine Spieluhr eingeschlossen - aus der er nicht mal eben zu befreien ist. Den Grund dafür verschweigt Hoy jedoch arglistig: Vor tausenden von Jahren wurden im Körper von Tapion und dessen Bruder Minocia Teile des furchterregenden Drachen Hildegarn eingeschlossen, die kriegerischen Brüder selbst wurden - gefangen in zwei Spieluhren - in unterschiedliche Galaxien geschossen, auf dass sich die Teile des Drachen nie wieder vereinigen werden. Unwissend rufen Son-Gohan und Videl Son-Goku und die anderen Z-Fighter zusammen um mit Hilfe der sieben Dragonballs den Drachen Shenlong zu bitten, Tapion zu befreien. Die Kurbel der Spieldose fängt an sich zu drehen, Taipon erscheint und ist darüber alles andere als glücklich. Schließlich ist mit ihm auch ein Teil des Drachen Hildegarn befreit - und das bedeutet nichts Gutes. Und nun zeigt auch Hoy sein wahres Gesicht. Als einer der einstigen Erschaffer des Drachen will der böse Magier jetzt mit Hilfe von Hildegarn erneut die Galaxie tyrannisieren. Minocia wurde bereits von Hoy ausgeschaltet, und der Drache hinterlässt eine Spur der Verwüstung in der Stadt. Ein fast aussichtsloser Kampf beginnt - gegen einen Gegner, der selbst die Z-Fighter alt aussehen lässt. Und wenn sich daran nicht irgendetwas ändert, wird das Böse für immer siegen.


[07.10.2002] Marco Kösling von Polyband informiert uns über den "DBZ"-Film, der Anfang 2003 in die deutschen Kinos kommen wird... Dabei handelt es sich nicht (!) um die Realverfilmung...
Es handelt sich um ein Movie Double-Feature: Movie 12+13 zusammen. So lief das auch äusserst erfolgreich in den Kinos in Frankreich, Spanien und Holland. Kinostart wird der 13.02.2003 sein.

[30.09.2002] Die User haben abgestimmt...
Jackie Chan (u.a. "Rush Hour") ist der Favorit für die Rolle des Vegeta !!! Auf der Offiziellen Website gibt es eine neue Umfrage: "Wer sollte Regie führen?" - Eure Vorschläge sind gefragt !!!

[28.07.2002] Die User haben abgestimmt...
Jet Li (u.a. "Kiss of the Dragon", "Romeo must die", "Lethal Weapon 4") ist der Favorit für die Rolle des Goku !!! Auf der Offiziellen Website gibt es eine neue Umfrage: "Welcher Schauspieler sollte Deiner Meinung nach Vegeta spielen?" - Eure Vorschläge sind gefragt !!!

[27.07.2002] DragonBallZ.com meldet...
Recently Dragon Ball Z's creator, Akira Toriyama, met in Japan with Fox executives to discuss creative plans for the property. Toriyama had this to say, "Recent movies have surprised us by entering such territory that used to belong only to comics with wonderful technology and wisdom. As a big movie fan, I am truly looking forward to the movie version of Dragonball. I hope you will entertain millions and millions of people with the brand new Dragonball of a totally new dimension that surpasses my imagination."
Recent Fox film properties such as X-men, Star Wars, and others have shown how far reality can be manipulated using computer animation. Fox and FUNimation are dedicated to bringing Toriyama's vision to life in an astounding way, and computer generated graphics should play a large role in turning their vision into reality.


[03.07.2002] Endlich kann auf der Offiziellen Website abgestimmt werden !!! Wen wollt Ihr als Goku sehen... Brad Pitt, Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Keanu Reeves, Robin Shou, The Rock oder Tom Cruise !?!

[25.06.2002] Dark Horizons hat ein "DBZ"-Motiv veröffentlicht, das Werbung für den Film macht... Fake oder nicht !?

[09.05.2002] Auf der Offiziellen Website gibt es eine Umfrage: "Welcher Schauspieler sollte Deiner Meinung nach Goku spielen?" - Eure Vorschläge sind gefragt !!! In etwa einer Woche sollen die 4 meist gewählten Schauspieler vorgestellt werden... Dann darf erneut abgestimmt werden !!!

[30.04.2002] saiyajin-strike meldet...
Ein Gerücht besagt, das der neue DBZ-Real-Film schon Dezember 2004 erscheinen soll. ;) Auch die Animerechte wurden aufgekauft, es könnte sein das bald der Nachfolger von DBGT erscheint.

[15.04.2002] Heute erscheint "Dragonball Z - Der Stärkste auf Erden" auf DVD & Video !!! Jetzt bestellen !!!

[05.04.2002] DragonBallZ.com meldet...
The heroes from your favorite series are headed to the big screen. 20th Century FOX announced the acquisition of feature film rights to the "DragonBall" property, and is planning for its studio division, FOX 2000, to develop a live action movie based on the property. This is very exciting news for Dragon Ball Z fans.
FUNimation Vice President and Producer Daniel Cocanougher had this to say: "FUNimation is very excited to be working with FOX in their production of a live-action Dragon Ball Z Feature Film. FOX plans to place this movie on a fast-track production schedule, and may have a movie released as early as Fall 2003 or Summer 2004. FOX is an excellent movie studio, producing such huge hits as X-Men and Star Wars, among many others. They feel that this project will not end with one movie, but will become a major, multi-picture franchise like Star Wars. Clearly, this is a remarkable upward turning point for the Dragon Ball Z property. It will also be very interesting for all Dragon Ball Z fans to try to predict the names of the stars, the director and producers, and the storyline that will be used. FUNimation plans for its web site, www.dragonballz.com, to be the focal point of information on the production of the movie and all the fan events leading up to it. We would like to thank all the Dragon Ball Z fans worldwide for creating the excitement that allows such a major announcement as this-the new, completely original, live-action movie: Dragon Ball Z."


[18.03.2002] Heute erscheint "Dragonball Z - Die Entscheidungsschlacht" auf DVD & Video !!! Jetzt bestellen !!!

[12.03.2002] Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Fox hat sich die Filmrechte an der bekannten Manga-Serie "DragonBall" des japanischen Erfolgsautors Akira Toriyama gesichert. Das Studio will die actiongeladene Saga um den übermenschlichen Kämpfer Son Goku als Realfilm adaptieren.

[12.03.2002] CountingDown meldet...
Fox has acquired the feature film rights for "DragonBall" -- best known as "DragonBall Z" on the Cartoon Network -- for development into a franchise of live-action films at Fox 2000. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the studio has not decided whether to shoot sequels concurrently (a la Lord of the Rings), and no writer or director have been attached yet.

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