See Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ In 3D At The Cinema

See Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ In 3D At The Cinema

0 comments 📅08 January 2016, 16:23

DBZ Resurrection F - Quad - HALF-SIZE - 3D

Following its successful run in UK cinemas last Autumn, Manga Entertainment is re-releasing Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ in 3D for a limited time in 56 sites across the UK.

The 2D release was originally planned to open for just one day across 25 sites in the UK, but Dragon Ball Z fans both old and new showed such love and support that it resulted in the film extending to over 90 sites for over 2twoweeks, taking the #5 spot in the official UK Box Office chart and also achieving the second highest screen average on its opening day, just behind Twentieth Century Fox’s space epic, The Martian.

Andrew Hewson, Marketing Manager of Manga Entertainment said: “We were astonished and very proud by the love shown towards Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ last year. It surpassed all our expectations and we’d like to thank the fans by giving them one more chance to see the film in cinemas, but this time in glorious 3D!”

Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ in 3D will be showing across 56 sites including Showcase, Vue, and several independent venues for one day only on Wednesday 20 January. For tickets, head to

Then on Monday 25 January fans will have the opportunity to take home the action on DVD and Blu-ray. Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ will be available at all good retailers across the UK and online with an RRP of £19.99 on DVD and £24.99 on Blu-ray. A limited collector’s edition pack includes the Blu-ray plus a bonus copy on DVD, slip -over and 4 Frieza propaganda art cards will have an RRP of £29.99.


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