Dragon Ball Super: Broly is the highest grossing Dragon Ball movie ever and one of the highest-grossing anime movies of all time. Now many anime aficionados are looking forward to the release of Dragon Ball Super: Broly 2.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly anime film had its premiere in Japan on December 14. The film bagged in a huge amount of more than 1,050,000,000 yen (approx. USD 9.26 million) in its first three days of run. Then it earned 1.3 billion yen (around USD 11.6 million) in its first six days. Since its release, the movie has earned approx. USD 124.5 million leaving a strong message of returning for the fan-favourite character.
Is Dragon Ball Super: Broly 2 under production – this is a big question. A news-interview with the head of Shueisha's Dragon Ball Room, Akiyo Iyoku was included in the film's Japanese DVD and Blu-ray release. The executive said that his team is "steadily making preparations for the next Dragon Ball movie" and consequently he believed that "there is more to come for the series." But he didn't share any more details related to the projects and did put a hint saying that "things will probably head in a completely different direction next time around."
Although there is no official confirmation on the making of Dragon Ball Super: Broly 2 from 20th Century Fox Japan and producer Toei Animation, still we can say based on Iyoku's comment that the sequel is currently some form of developmental stage.
According to Screenrant, the legendary Super Saiyan will return in a smaller capacity in Dragon Ball Super: Broly 2. There is also a possibility that the sequel offers a completely new adventure between Vegeta and Goku. However, this is quite an early time to predict what can be seen in the sequel. Stay tuned with Devdiscourse to get the latest updates.