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Yūsuke Watanabe

"The theatrical version I was allowed to do the script for will be the first Dragon Ball Z movie in 17 years. “Allowed to do” really is the best way to say it. It is a brand new original work. Toriyama-sensei is really great. I can go back to being a child. I think I will keep my hair dyed blond until the theatrical release next year."
— Yūsuke Watanabe, Twitter, July 2012

Yūsuke Watanabe (渡辺雄介; born on September 20, 1979, in Chiba Prefecture) is a Japanese screenwriter who has written various screenplays for several forms of media, including video games and television.


Yūsuke Watanabe graduated from Waseda University. He has notably worked on the live-action movie adaptations of Twentieth Century Boys (2008-2009) and GANTZ (2011), as well as on the TV dramas Bloody Monday (2008-2010) and Future Diary (2012).

He is was recently attached to the Dragon Ball Z movie, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, for which he has written the screenplay for.

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