It's strange to think that one of the primary sources of information about Dragonball has come from a MySpace page, but that's the case. Once again, Emmy Rossum has given us the latest news about what's happening on the set of Dragonball thanks to her MySpace page, this time telling us that filming has completed recently.

In a message dated March 22, 2008, the actress wrote:

Hey guys,

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Happy Easter! I hope you are all painting eggs, rolling eggs and eating lots of chocolate bunnies!

Sorry it's been all quiet on the western front. I've been so busy in Mexico finishing up Dragonball but we just wrapped yesterday so I JUST got home and this is my first opportunity in front of my computer to write to you. It's been nuts for about a month and a half working nights (on a schedule of about 5pm-8am) outside, but our spirits have been high and it was such a blast. I've missed writing to you but I've been exhausted after coming home from work early in the morning. I'm finally home (at least for a few weeks) and it's a mixture of happy and sad. Wrapping a movie is kind of like the end of school, you miss all your friends that you've bonded with so much but you are eager for a little rest and a break from all the hard work. I'll be starting work on something else in 3 weeks so I wont have much time to rest but I'm really looking forward to the simple things that I can enjoy while being home, getting to see my friends, sleeping in my own bed, hanging out with my puppies (who are growing so fast!) and eating at my favorite restaurants.

On another note, due to some personal things that have been going on with my family, I'm getting involved in a new charitable outreach that I'll be able to tell you about soon. It's something really close to my heart so I hope to share that with you and raise awareness as much as we can.

I worked out how to video blog (bear with me, please) so I'll be sending you something later this week.

Lots of love..

emmy

So, from this, we can infer that filming finished in Mexico on March 21, 2008. Hopefully this means that the film is now moving into post-production. With any luck, this means that it should still be on target to hit it's scheduled release date.

Dragonball is produced by Stephen Chow, and stars Justin Chatwin, James Marsters, Jamie Chung, Emmy Rossum, Eriko Tamura and Joon Park. Dragonball flies into theatres on August 15, 2008.