"Just like I thought, nothing."
Carey Fuller (ケアリー・フラー, Kearī Furā) is a character in the 2009 film Dragonball Evolution that is portrayed by Texas Battle. Carey is an original character created by director James Wong and screenwriter Ben Ramsey for Dragonball Evolution.
Fuller is considered the most popular guy in the school. He is shown to have gone out with Chi-Chi and shows a great dislike for Goku, referring to him as "Geeko". By the end of his scene, he gets into a "fight" with Goku and is ultimately beaten, as Goku uses the martial arts skills he learned from Grandpa Gohan on Fuller.
- "When I first heard of Dragon Ball, I had no idea how huge Dragon Ball was. When I actually went out for the part and I got a role in it, it amazed me how huge and how big the fan base was. It's one of those cartoons. It's popular overseas in Asia, as well as in the states. It's just one of those exciting roles, where a character named Goku, played by Justin Chatwin, goes on a journey to find the seven Dragon Balls. The character I play is Carey Fuller. I am his [Goku's] rival, and I don't like him because of just who he is, and we kind of get into it and we have a fight scene together. It has a great cast, Chow Yun-Fat, Ernie Hudson, Richard Blake. I'm definitely excited, and when that hits, I think it's going to be one of those blockbuster movies."
- "James Wong is one of those directors that brings a certain vision and style to a film that captures the audience from the start of the opening credits. His manner is cool, collective, and he lets the actor bring their choices to the table. He's my favorite director that I worked with thus far. Not just saying that cause I do his movies either."
- "I really enjoyed working on this film cause its another one of those pictures that will be a trilogy or even more. To be a part of the first one is always the best thing that can happen to an actor, cause if it blows up (which it will) you can always say that you were part of the original. Plus its always good to be apart of a flick when you get to do your own stunts."