“Dragon Ball Super” is the current saga that dictates the history of Akira Toriyama’s franchise, which has previously been portrayed in anime, manga, film, and even video games. Also, after years of inactivity beyond manga, in 2022 we will finally have a new IP feature. Today, on the other hand, we have a rumor in our hands that will perhaps annoy many fans of the brand, especially the more veteran: the film could be entirely in CGI. Dragon Ball Super totally in CGI? The latest rumor about the movie The CGI has been used more than once in Dragon Ball … but not on a large scale We will remember that on previous occasions, without going any further in the movie “Dragon Ball Super: Broly “It was already seen how Toei Animation used CGI to be able to animate some of the film’s more complex action sequences. This is something that we have continued to see them do in other productions in their catalog, like the reboot of the anime of “Dragon Quest: The Adventures of Dai”. Now, a source inside Toei Animation would have anticipated that this is exactly what awaits us in the 2022 movie “Dragon Ball Super”. Who points out this possibility is user EmperorBigD, one of the best known in the international “Dragon Ball” community both for his contacts and for his analysis on “Dragon Ball”. In this case, the user anticipates that this rumor is a rumor that he has not confirmed with another source yet, so it could end up being that the next film was not completely in CGI. However, he also cautions that the source who provided this information has been very specific on other occasions. The truth is, this storyline would fit in with Akira Toriyama’s original statements regarding the visual section of the movie “Dragon Ball Super”. It was here that Toriyama-sensei mentioned that they had “refreshed” the aesthetic in a way never before explored by PI. To this we can also add that in the past some senior officials at Toei Animation have spoken out in favor of the intention of bringing “Dragon Ball” into the realm of CGI in its entirety. Then we leave you with some statements saved by EmperorBigD from Kozo Morishita, Executive Vice President of Toei Animation: “I want to make a Dragon Ball animated film entirely in CG and distribute it in all theaters in the world. My current dream is to show it. on a large scale, especially in theaters in the United States. When a movie is shown in theaters in the United States on a large scale, it is something that costs a lot of money, not only for the production but also for the promotional campaign, but I think Dragon Ball has the power to take that scenario and participate in it. […] I think it’s my job to make Dragon Ball pass for posterity as a work that is treated the same as a Hollywood blockbuster. Ultimately, it’s important to point out that it hasn’t been officially confirmed at all. One way the 2022 movie ‘Dragon Ball Super’ will be entirely in CGI. Of course, that would be a decision. risky that could have both overwhelmingly positive and catastrophically negative consequences.In that sense, we’ll have to wait for a future storyline in which Toei Animation finally breaks the silence with the style used for the film.