Dragon Ball Z Shoots In Mexico

Most of Fox’s upcoming “Dragon Ball Z” live-action movie is scheduled to shoot in Durango, Mexico reports Coming Soon.

Mexiquillo Forest, Marley Ranch, Hacienda la Providencia, La Joya Ranch, Laguna Seca de Santiaguillo and a Culture Institute forum will be the sites for up to 85% of shooting on the anime adaptation.

Estado De México and the Nevado de Toluca volcano will also serve as locations.

The original toon followed a young boy called Goku. He faces Evil Vegueta, who tries to destroy the hero to prove that Goku is not the legendary warrior many believe he is.

James Wong helms the production which is scheduled to begin filming in January for three months.