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Emmy Rossum Joins 'Dragon Ball Z'

December 17, 2007 (2:26 am) GMT
The co-star of Jake Gyllenhaal in 'The Day After Tomorrow' has agreed to star in James Wong's new action fantasy movie as the daughter of the Briefs family, Bulma.

, the actress of "", "" and "", has come to agreement with 20th Century Fox to star in their new movie. According to Variety, the "" star has signed to join the cast of "" as Bulma, a scientist and inventor whose father's Dragon Ball is stolen by the villain, Piccolo.

Further, more cast members have also been signed for the Japanese manga adaptation. In the first place, Eriko Tamura, the popular Japanese actress who depicted Yaeko in popular TV series "Heroes", will play the character of Mai. At the same time, it was reported that Joon Park, a member of Korean pop band 'G.O.D.' and actor in "", will star as Yamcha, originally known as Yamucha who is a thief turned to Z Fighter.

Rossum, Tamura and Park will join and who earlier have signed in with the action fantasy movie. Meanwhile, the movie which is produced by , the mastermind behind "" and "", and is helmed by the director of "Final Destination", James Wong, will be shot in Mexico and Los Angeles. It is expected to be released on August 15, 2008.

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