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Title of 'Dragonball: Evolution' with Chow Yun-Fat changed to 'Dragonball'

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The Twentieth Century Fox release formerly title DRAGONBALL: EVOLUTION has been changed to DRAGONBALL.

DRAGONBALL will be released on Wednesday, April 8.

Director: James Wong
Screenplay by: Ben Ramsey
Cast: Justin Chatwin, Emmy Rossum, Jamie Chung, James Marsters, Eriko, Joon Park, and Chow Yun-Fat

Dragonball is based on the popular Japanese manga created by Akira Toriyama, whose work spawned best selling graphic novels, video games and a phenomenally successful television series. The live action adventure centers on a team of warriors, each of whom possesses special abilities. Together, they protect Earth from a force bent on dominating the Universe and controlling the mystical objects from which the film takes its name.

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