After what seemed like ages, Netflix finally gave up Trailer For the live-action adaptation of „One Piece,” some Twitter users thought it might be a bit of a stretch.
Based on one of Japan’s most popular manga and anime series by Eiichiro Oda, a trailer for the series was released Saturday at the streaming service’s fan event in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
It follows Luffy, the rubber-bodied captain of the Straw Hat Pirates, who has dreamed of becoming a pirate since childhood. Just like in the beloved animated series, he „travels from islands to oceans with his misfit crew as they search for the mysterious One Piece treasure,” according to the show. Summary.
“The sea has been calling since childhood. So, I start following my dreams. I’m going to be the king of the pirates,” Luffy, played by Inaki Godoi, sets up the group’s escape in the trailer. “I need a loyal crew. I think we will make a good team together.
After the trailer hit the internet, Twitter users were divided about the first look at the adaptation.
Created by Matt Owens and Steven Maeda, the series stars McKenna as Roronoa Zoro, Emily Rudd as Nami, Jacob Romero Gibson as Usopp, and Taz Skylar as Sanji.
Tomorrow Studios, which originally produced Netflix’s latest live-action adaptation of the classic anime series “Cowboy Bebop.” „One Piece” Live-Action Remake Announced In 2017.
„a piece,” one The best-selling manga series of all timeIt published its first volume of manga in July 1997. It was later adapted into a hugely successful anime series, which debuted in October 1999.
„One Piece” is set to hit Netflix on August 31.
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