"Dragon Ball Super: Broly" made its debut in the US on January 16. It is said to be one of the most awaited anime movies of this year. To those who don't know, this film is written by Toriyama who also did the work on the characters which is based on the history of Saiyans. The anime film was first announced at the end of 2017.

The synopsis reads, "a planet is destroyed, a powerful race is now reduced to nothing. After the devastation of Planet Vegeta, three Saiyans were scattered among the stars."

UK release of 'Dragon Ball Super: Broly'

Notably, the movie was earlier released in Japan in December 2018.

However, the makers have now decided to release the movie in selective countries including, Japan, Latin America, USA, UK, Spain, Italy, Australia and few more.


Those who are waiting for the film's release in the UK have good news, the anime film will be in cinemas soon.

The official web page of the upcoming anime film in the UK recently posted its official screening dates.

Before talking about dates, it is worth noting that the "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" will not release in IMAX format in the UK. On the other hand, fans in the US can enjoy the movie in IMAX version on the first day of its release. Meanwhile, as many of you already know, the anime movie is all set to debut in the UK on January 23, 2019, and January 24, 2019.

Where to book tickets

If one want to book the ticket online, fans in the UK can check out the UK website of the anime film to see the cinemas where it will be available.


The film is listed with a 12A certification, although this could not be independently verified with the BBFC, so maybe a placeholder. Also, UK fans can also enjoy, "Dragon Ball Super" television anime, which was broadcast in Japan from 2015-2018, and is available on DVD and Blu-ray from Manga Entertainment UK.

Talking about the reception of "Dragon Ball Super: Broly," fans are absolutely loving the movie in the US. As already mentioned, last Wednesday the film was released in the US, and fans have had a mixture of anxiety and expectation, topped off with a great dose of excitement while waiting for the film's release. This is the work that will rewrite and canonise the story of characters such as Gogeta and Broly.


In short, it seems that America have given its warmest welcome to what is the most important anime event of the beginning of 2019. It will be interesting to see how the film performs in the UK. Stay tuned with us from more anime updates.