There are only 5 days left before fans in Japan can watch the highly-anticipated Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie, which will see Son Gohan, Piccolo, and other Z-Fighters battle the newly-revived Red Ribbon Army and their powerful androids, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. Now, the film's rating has been revealed, confirming its family-friendly content.
As Twitter user DBSChronicles pointed out, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is rated 'G' in Japan, meaning that it's for "all general audiences regardless of age".
Now, that we know that Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero has earned a 'G' rating in Japan, don't expect any blood, gore, nudity, and extreme violence in the movie. This isn't surprising since the shonen franchise is not known for featuring mature content. The fight scenes in Dragon Ball franchise are not usually brutal, and it looks like this movie will keep it family-friendly.
Compare this to Demon Slayer: Mugen Train movie, which earned a PG12 rating in Japan for its more mature content. PG12 denotes the need for parental "advice and guidance" for those under age 12. It's likely that the anime movie will get a similar rating when it hits in theaters in North America and other regions this summer.
Watch the final trailer for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero here:
Crunchyroll shared the new official synopsis for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero:
"The Red Ribbon Army was once destroyed by Son Goku. Individuals, who carry on its spirit, have created the ultimate Androids, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2. These two Androids call themselves "Super Heroes". They start attacking Piccolo and Gohan... What is the New Red Ribbon Army's objective? In the face of approaching danger, it is time to awaken, Super Hero."
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is set to release in Japanese theaters this Saturday, June 11, 2022, and it's coming to theaters in North America and other regions this summer, starting in August.