To go along with the recent promotional commercial shown on Mezamashi TV in Japan, a new trailer has been released showcasing Freeza’s new form in the upcoming Dragon Ball Z: “Revival of ‘F'”. This new trailer is shown with Maximum the Hormone’s insert song titled “F”, and it also features the film’s theme song “‘Z’ no Chikai” (Oath/Vow of “Z”) by the J-Pop idol group Momoiro Clover Z. You can view the trailer and Freeza’s new form right here!
NARRATOR: “At last, the overlord is revived. He has but one objective: revenge upon Son Goku.”
Freeza: “Well then, shall we begin?”
(“F” by Maximum the Hormone)
Freeza: “Allow me to show you… my further evolution!” / “Why don’t we start the second part of my revenge?”
(“‘Z’ no Chikai” / “Vow of ‘Z’” by Momoiro Clover Z)
Freeza: “Mr. Vegeta! I’ll make you the commander-in-chief of Freeza’s forces.”
Narrator: “Just what is the worst outcome that waits at the end of the fierce battle…?”
Beerus: “This is something you invited by being soft.”
Vegeta: “You’re history.”
As you can see, Freeza’s new form is unlike anything we’ve seen before, and he even has somewhat of a god form aura. In addition, Jaco from Jaco the Galactic Patrolman is seen in this trailer as well, and is set to make an appearance in the film.
Stay tuned for more news and updates regarding Freeza’s new form and “Revival of ‘F'” right here at Dragon Ball Insider!
Dragon Ball Z: “Fukkatsu no ‘F’” (Dragon Ball Z: “Revival of ‘F’”) is scheduled for release in Japanese theaters on April 18, 2015. It has also been stated by 20th Century Fox that the movie is coming to theaters in Mexico, sometime in April. Unlike the previous film which had an alternative English title (Kami to Kami/Battle of Gods) this film currently does not have a supplementary English title listed on the movie poster. “Revival of ‘F’” will be centered around the revival of Freeza. Toriyama stated that he, “deliberately increased the amount of action scenes by a good deal”, and he is writing it, “as though it were a continuation of the manga when it was in serialization.” No official information has been released regarding a North American release.