Oppenheimer Just Hit Dragon Ball With a Surprising Takedown



This week heralds the onset of an epic box office showdown that will be etched in the annals of cinema history. In recent weeks, Barbie has been diligently promoting its upcoming release, while Oppenheimer has been orchestrating its own publicity campaign. Now, as both films are poised to grace theaters across North America, the stakes are high to captivate audiences. However, in a surprising turn of events, Oppenheimer has taken an unexpected jab at... Dragon Ball Super?


Yes, you read that correctly. Oppenheimer, in an unforeseen move, has delivered a striking blow to Dragon Ball Super. In a prelude to its highly anticipated debut, the Christopher Nolan masterpiece has subverted a popular Dragon Ball meme, leaving an indelible mark on Burbank in a truly transformative manner.









This week, social media was abuzz with an unexpected development as fans discovered that renovations had taken place at the Burbank AMC 16, notably in its parking garage. For over a year, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero had reigned supreme within the garage, with its posters adorning the walls. These enduring posters had become a cherished meme among anime enthusiasts, and many had secretly hoped that the iconic images would remain a permanent fixture.


However, to the dismay of Gohan and Piccolo fans, a surprising turn of events occurred. The theater made the decision to replace the beloved Dragon Ball Super posters with promotional materials for Oppenheimer, leaving Dragon Ball Twitter in a state of uproar and disbelief. The unexpected change has sparked a meltdown among passionate fans on social media platforms.







The theater's decision has sparked a range of reactions, from calls for boycotts to heartfelt expressions of disappointment. Nevertheless, it seems that Dragon Ball Super's reign had run its course. Numerous noteworthy films have graced the silver screen since Gohan's triumphant return, and Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer emerged as the fearless contender ready to challenge the Saiyan's dominance. For those who wish to relive the memories of Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, the film is available for streaming on Crunchyroll starting today. Meanwhile, Oppenheimer, the highly acclaimed movie, is scheduled to make its theatrical debut this weekend.


For those seeking more information about Oppenheimer, this blockbuster promises to delve into the untold story of the individuals responsible for creating the nuclear bombs used during World War II in Japan. Ahead of its release on July 14th, here's the movie's official synopsis: "A feature documentary exploring how one man's brilliance, hubris and relentless drive changed the nature of war forever, led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people and unleashed mass hysteria."

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