Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is set to release in Japanese theaters in a couple of weeks, and the rest of the world will get to watch the highly-anticipated sequel to 2018's Dragon Ball Super: Broly this summer. While the previous movie focused more on Goku's conflict with the legendary Saiyan, Broly, the new shonen film will see Son Gohan, Piccolo, and the other Z-Fighters battle the New Red Ribbon Army and their new androids.
Now, a new report has surfaced online, revealing the supposed runtime of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, and it's longer than Dragon Ball Super: Broly's!
The information comes from Le Grand REX Theaters over in France. The theater chain recently shared its info page for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero even though the movie won't screen outside of Japan until August at the earliest, as Crunchyroll and Sony Pictures Entertainment confirmed earlier this month. The chain revealed details about the movie, including its runtime: 120 minutes.
If this update is accurate, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero will be twenty minutes longer than Dragon Ball Super: Broly, which has a runtime of 1 hour and 40 minutes. Now, fans should be hyped that they will have plenty to watch with the new movie's two-hour runtime.
The official synopsis for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero reads:
"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 on June 11, 2022, and it's coming to theaters in North America and other regions this summer, starting in August.