Dragonball: Evolution DVD Cover Art and Specs

Quite possibly the most debated, hated, and derided movie of all time arrives on DVD in Blu-Ray and standard DVD July 28 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. The “Dragonball: Evolution” DVD (dubbed the “Z Edition”) will feature over an hour of extras, including eight deleted scenes and a gag reel. Plus, all the usual DVD specials like behind-the-scenes and making-of featurettes. Cover art and specs for the DVD release below.

Based on one of the most popular Japanese manga series of all time, Dragonball: Evolution follows a young warrior on an epic adventure to discover his destiny…and save the world from the forces of darkness.

For his eighteenth birthday, mild-mannered Goku is given a mystical Dragonball, one of only seven in existence, which combine to grant a perfect wish to whoever possesses them. But an ancient warlord named Piccolo has escaped eternal imprisonment and is on his own quest to gather the Dragonballs. Goku must enlist the help of his friends—and the power of his evolving martial arts skills—to defeat Piccolo before it’s too late! Packed with spectacular visual effects, high-flying action, and over an hour of hard-hitting extras, Dragonball: Evolution Z-Edition brings the legend to life as never before!

Special Features

Blu-ray Disc Specs:

The Dragonball Evolution: Z Edition Blu-ray Disc is presented in widescreen format with English 5.1 DTS HD Master Audio (Lossless), Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital and French 5.1 Dolby Digital sound with Spanish, Portuguese, French, Cantonese, Mandarin and Korean subtitles. Bonus features include:
•Goku’s Quest – BD Exclusive scavenger hunt game
•Eight Deleted Scenes
•Goku’s Workout: Stunt Work featurette
•Fox Movie Channel Presents: Making a Scene
•Fox Movie channel Presents Life After Film School with Justin Chatwin
•Dragonball Gag Reel
•Brian Anthony “Worked Up” Music Video

DVD Specs:

The Dragonball Evolution: Z Edition DVD will be presented in wide screen format with 5.1 Dolby Surround sound and English, French, Spanish subtitles. Bonus features include:
•Eight Deleted Scenes
•Goku’s Workout: Stunt Work featurette
•Fox Movie Channel Presents: Making a Scene
•Fox Movie channel Presents Life After Film School with Justin Chatwin
•Dragonball Gag Reel
•Brian Anthony “Worked Up” Music Video