Funimation has delivered an early holiday gift with the reveal of the English dub version of the third trailer for Dragon Ball Super: Broly. This trailer showcases even more moments of the explosive action-packed battles the titular Saiyan has against Goku, Vegeta, and Frieza.
Each of the trailers have focused on a different aspect of the upcoming film. Trailer 1 introduces the general conflict for the movie, for example, and Trailer 2 offered a look at the origin stories for Goku, Vegeta, and Broly. Trailer 4, though the shortest, exploded online for its reveal that Gogeta--one of the fusion forms of Goku and Vegeta--would return and play a role in the movie. As stated before, Trailer 3 is a larger showcasing of the battles that will be seen in the movie, namely when Frieza decides to go all out against Broly, as well as when Super Saiyan Blue Goku and Vegeta realize they'll need to team up in order to stop the enraged Saiyan. The trailer uses the original Japanese version of Daichi Miura's Blizzard, as opposed to the English lyrics heard in the dub of Trailer 4.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly is the fourth movie to feature the god-like Saiyan, but the first to make the character canon. The film takes place after the Universe Survival arc--the final season of Dragon Ball Super--where every universe fought in a massive battle royale called the Tournament of Power. Several moments from the arc set up the events of the movie, such as Frieza's resurrection for assisting Goku and his friends in the tournament, as well as Goku testing his mettle against an alternate universe version of Broly named Kale.
The movie will start with the history of the Saiyan race, as well as the story for how different Goku, Vegeta, and Broly's childhoods were. Although Goku shares no history with Broly, Vegeta does. Vegeta and Broly's fathers were at odds with one another after Vegeta's dad exiled Broly and his family for fear that Broly might one day surpass Vegeta. Broly and his dad come to Earth to have their vengeance and destroy Vegeta. Goku, never one to run from a tough fight, is all too eager to join the fray.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly has already released in Japan, but the movie hits select North American theaters--in both English sub and dub--on January 16, 2019. If you need to catch up on Dragon Ball Super prior to watching the film, you can find the anime in Japanese on Crunchyroll and in English on Funimation.