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Recently arrived in the United States cinemas, "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" has already hit the box office, recording record collections. Between a fight and the other, however, a certain secondary character has attracted the curiosity of western fans. Since Broly has always been a rabid and irrational fighter, capable only of sowing death and destruction, some scenes of the movie did not surprise American fans so much as they were able to admire a much less aggressive Broly.

Love interest

Stuck for decades on a completely inhospitable planet, along with a father obsessed with the desire for revenge, Broly grew up without knowing love, which is why he never learned to express his feelings. The arrival of the Cheelai alien, however, gave a jolt to the existence of the Saiyan that we could define as a "caveman."

Refugee among Freezer's army soldiers, Cheelai is not a great fighter, but has proven to have a character very similar to that of Broly, in fact, acts too often without thinking.

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Nevertheless, the girl is not as cold as her sovereign, and on several occasions turned out to be rather kind to the Saiyans, making them very fond of her. Of course, the friendship between the two aliens will also evolve in a bizarre way - Cheelai has simply offered him some food - but, as Dragon Ball fans will remember, even the marriage between Goku and Chi-Chi was a consequence of misinterpretations that were anything but romantic.

So fans now wonder if Cheelai can somehow become Broly's future love interest, especially if the Legendary Super Saiyan becomes a constant in the Dragon Ball's canonical universe.

Broly spin-off

Lord Beerus, the god of destruction of Universe 7, is one of the most loved characters in the DBS audience.

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Meanwhile, an American dubber has expressed a singular desire for the character to whom he lends his voice. Let's talk about Jason Douglas, an American voice actor who was interviewed on the occasion of the American release of "Dragon Ball Super: Broly." Douglas confessed to loving his character and that he would like to see a spin-off series focusing solely on Beerus sooner or later. He said, “[One] where you get to see kind of the formation of the Beerus. In some ways, Beerus at this point I think is ... He's kind of like Luke Skywalker later. The one that we see now in the movies where he's sort of aged. He's not the up and coming young ... And that's the thing. We're still not sure, and I think this is what's great about the mystery about Beerus, which is what makes him so fascinating is what we don't know." In the meantime, I remind you that "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" will debut in the cinemas UK cinemas on January 24.

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