One of the most anticipated films of last year was Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero which had one of the most troublesome releases especially for Toei Animation as they had to delay it for several months due to the hack the company suffered.
It would seem that this event could negatively affect the film, but, to the surprise of many, this did not happen, since there was a positive side to this whole situation, especially for those who were behind the tape.
According to an interview conducted by Manganimation.net with Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Animation Director Chikashi Kubota, the tape’s delay due to the hack was a total hit, and everything has a reason.
Kubota mentioned that it took them 1.5 years to make the film without prior preparation and planning, that’s right, they only had a year and a half to present this great film to us.
Time was on their hands, so the director feared that they would not live to see the original premiere planned for Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, but something came from heaven.