Justin Chatwin NOT in Marvel’s Thor
by admin | on Dec 19 2009 | Category: News and Rumors


Co-star of Marvel’s Thor, Jaimie Alexander debunks the rumor that Justin Chatwin will play Balder in the film.
There was an article here on CBM posted by a user, who’ll remain nameless, that “Dragonball” star, Justin Chatwin will port

ray Balder in Marvel’s “Thor.” We should have known better, because there wasn’t a source attached. Well now one of the co-stars of the film, Jaimie Alexander, has posted a tweet shooting the rumor down.

“Justin Chatwin isn’t going to be in THOR. Just clearing up another rumor. Sleep well out there xoxoxox”

Source: ComicBookMovie


  Happy Birthday Justin!
by admin | on Oct 31 2009 | Category: News and Rumors

  Team Chatwin!
by admin | on Aug 04 2009 | Category: News and Rumors

Once again: Justin Chatwin doesn’t have a twitter account BUT you can join the Fans on this recent page that is especially to TEAM CHATWIN! This page was created by Jeff and its supported by Elaine and Collette 🙂

Make sure you follow Team Chatwin and don’t believe in posers!

If Justin ever creates a Twitter account you will be the first to know!


  Justin doesn’t have a twitter
by admin | on Jul 17 2009 | Category: News and Rumors

Recently, a fake posed as Justin on Twitter and Myspace. We are now 100% sure that its a poser thank you to the dear Colby James, who even was so sweet to post exclusive photos of Justin and his family.

Remember: Justin doesn’t have a Twitter and MySpace. Do not believe in posers.

Please report any posers if you find them!


  Justin Chatwin:’Dragonball: Evolution’ Is All About The Hair
by admin | on Apr 06 2009 | Category: News and Rumors,Projects

In Dragonball: Evolution, Justin Chatwin becomes the live action incarnate of the anime character Goku. As protector of the dragonballs, Goku uses martial arts to fight off bad guys. Chatwin trained and learned the moves and choreography. All that really mattered was getting the hair right.

“That was one of the first questions that I asked,” Chatwin said. “What are we going to do with the hair? All these animes have crazy hair and I was like, am I going to be wearing a wig. Oh my God, this is going to be wacky. This is going to either be really interesting because it’s the first anime film or this is going to be the last film I ever do, like orange Ninja suit and two-foot hair.”

The film shows the beginning of Goku’s quest to find and protect the dragonballs. His hair evolves to the point that fans will recognize him as the anime character. “I think my hair has an arc of its own in this movie because I was such a freak every day. I’d say okay, this is the high school look. Okay, this is the post-Goku look. This is the journey look. I kept on changing it because I honestly don’t know if I ever got to a place where I was like this is Goku from the Manga. I felt a big responsibility to the Manga and to the fans and just to everything that had been done so the hair I guess was a challenge for me.”

Source: StarPulse


  Dragon Ball Evolution sequel
by admin | on Apr 06 2009 | Category: Dragon Ball Evolution,News and Rumors

With volume after volume of the original manga and hundreds of episodes of multiple anime series, it’s no surprise that next week’s “Dragonball Evolution” only touches the tip of the iceberg in regards to the epic mythology of “Dragonball.” What is a surprise, however, is that a sequel has already been penned.

I know they’ve written a second one and it’s pretty far out there,” actor Justin Chatwin told MTV News. Chatwin plays Goku, the hero of the tale, who seeks to recover the powerful “Dragonballs” and protect the world from the evil Lord Piccolo, played by “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” alum James Marsters.

The second one really goes to some different places that I’ve never seen in any comic book adaptation,” said Chatwin.

Chatwin admits that he hasn’t read the sequel script firsthand, but that he’s been told a lot about it and that he and co-star Emmy Rossum (Bulma) would jump at the chance to return for more.

Likewise, Marsters is not only ready for a second chapter, but would like to see the franchise continue indefinitely. A die-hard fan of the anime, Marsters has every intention of fulfilling the arc of Piccolo in live-action.

We’re going to get to ‘Dragonball Z’ later,” said Marsters, “where Piccolo becomes youthful and he’s going to become the Piccolo that most people recognize.

Director James Wong was a tad more cautious and wants to reminds fans that, even though a sequel may have already been written (he would neither confirm nor deny the script’s existence), the litmus test is really going to come down to next weekend’s box office. Then again, if “Star Trek” is doing it, maybe the premature sequel is the next big thing.

Source: MTV


  Dragon Ball Evolution is Top at Asian’s Box Office
by admin | on Mar 21 2009 | Category: Dragon Ball Evolution,News and Rumors

“Following heavy pre-release promotion in the region, it premiered at No. 1 in China, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong and Singapore. The China opening tally, $3.4 million from 855 locales, was Fox’s fourth-highest weekend opening in the market.
Dragonball’s” No. 2 Japan bow produced $3.3 million from 540 screens.

Dragonball: Evolution is the number one film in Korea, though the actual numbers have yet to come in. DBMB will have the full box office report, including the full international box office totals for Dragonball: Evolution, when the numbers become avaiable.

“Dragonball: Evolution,” the Hollywood adaptation of the internationally loved comic, topped the South Korean box office during its opening weekend after its world premiere here March 12, according to 20th Century Fox Korea.

Real-time tallies of nationwide ticket reservations by the Korean Film Council showed Sunday that the action flick held an iron grip on the number one spot over “More Than Blue” ― despite the tendency of romantic films to dominate on White Day weekends.

China- $3,363,000
Hong-Kong – $489,000
Japon – $3,326,000
Malaysia – $731,000
Singapore – $389,000
Taiwan – $132,000
Thailand – $523,000 ”

Source: Comic Book Movie


  Dragonball news
by admin | on Jul 09 2008 | Category: Dragon Ball Evolution,News and Rumors

Texas Battle who stars along side Justin in Dragonball did an interview recently and was asked a bit about the film.
As far as Dragon Ball, all you’ve got to do is say Dragon Ball and there it is. It’s supposed to be one of the biggest adaptation movies over sees in Asia, as well as in the States. It’s a huge budget, and from Twentieth Century Fox. I’ve been in their movies since I started my career. We’re looking for that to blow up, and definitely there’s going to be sequels, and a trilogy if everything goes right. I’m looking forward to it. I play a character named Carey Fuller, and me and Goku, who is played by Justin Chatwin are going to get into it a little bit, because I don’t like him and he tries to steal my girlfriend, Chi Chi. And I’m not going to go out without a fight.

CREDIT: MediaBlvd

Ive also got some new pics from the movie set which ill add tomorrow, so stay tuned!


  Upcoming film Synopsis
by admin | on Jun 23 2008 | Category: News and Rumors

Heres a bit about two of Justins upcoming films.

Middle of Nowhere
An irresponsible mother blows her eldest daughter’s college fund on her youngest daughter’s modeling campaign.
Told against the backdrop of finding love and friendship in a small town, two teens from different sides of the tracks forge a partnership to seek freedom from their respectively miserable lives.

Riding the Pine
Two brothers – Augie is the older brother who can’t seem to get it together. Petey is the younger brother who has yet to experience much life at all due to a serious illness. Augie, his best friend, Silas, Olivia a wild spirited girl, and Petey take off on a road trip to teach Petey what real life-living is all about.

ill keep you guys updated when more info is released, both films are due to be released before the end of the year!


  Justin Invited to Halloween Art Show
by admin | on Oct 06 2007 | Category: News and Rumors

According to LA's The Place Justin has been invited to a Halloween art show in Hollywood. No word on whether or

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not he will attend. The show, presented by actor Daniel Franzese will be called “Hollyween: Hollywood vs. Halloween” and take place at World of Wonder gallery in Hollywood on October 12. Other potential guest include Keanu Reeves, Robert Englund, Carrie Fisher, Anna Faris, Eli Roth, and Rosario Dawson.


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