Epic Dragonball Z: Battle of Gods Voice Acting Video Released

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Dragonball Z: Battle of Gods hit American shelves on October 7. A day after its release, a video of voice actors Sean Schemmel and Jason Douglas dubbing the movie went viral.

The video was posted on the official Funimation Youtube Channel.

The actors are reflecting the show's over the top poses; they are flailing their arms and snarling to capture the visceral nature of the fight.

The rooms in which they are recording are dark--allowing for privacy as they thrash in the name of anime action sequences.

Dragonball Z: Battle of Gods is the first full-length movie based on the anime since Wrath of the Dragon was released in 1995.

The movie is about Goku's ascent into divinity as he battles Beerus, the God of Destruction, who threatens to destroy the planet.

Battle of Gods is one of few Dragonball Z films canon to the series' storyline; it takes place in between the time skip that happens at the end of the anime.

The movie features characters from all periods in the anime--including an appearance from Emperor Pilaf and his two underlings.

Dragonball Z:Battle of Gods is now available in North American stores. For more information about the anime, visit its official website here. For more information about Funimation, visit their official website here.