One Piece: Netflix’s Live-Action Remake – Cast, Release Date, and Everything We Know So Far.





One Piece has always been one of the most popular manga and anime series in Japan. The first volume of the manga was released in July 1997, while the first episode of the anime series premiered in October 1999 and it still has many fans today.

The One Piece franchise recently achieved two notable milestones: with the release of 100 volumes of manga and the release of more than 1,000 episodes of anime, it became one of the oldest franchises in history and has produced 14 animated films based on the series.

In 2017, Tomorrow Studios (which developed a live-action Netflix adaptation of Cowboy Bebop) announced that they would be working on a live-action remake of One Piece. Now, four years later, Netflix has revealed the hard core of the actors who will be behind the first 10-episode season.

As the world awaits the release of a remake of Netflix’s One Piece, NME takes you through everything you need to know about the upcoming series, including its release date, plot, actors, and more.

What is the theme of One Piece?

One Piece follows the story of a young boy named Monkey D. See also: Apex Legends Season 11 1.83 update is now live!. Luffy, who dreams of becoming a pirate, and his body obtains rubber properties after eating a devil fruit.

Luffy and his crew of pirates, known as the Straw Hat Pirates, embark on a fantastic journey to find the legendary treasure of One Piece, hoping that Luffy will be crowned King of the Pirates.

Who did Netflix choose to star in One Piece?

In November 2021, Netflix announced the main cast of Straw Hat Pirates, led by Mexican actor Inaki Godoy (Who Killed Sarah?) as main hero Monkey D. Halo Infinite: Sniper kills 23 players with a single bullet. Luffy. Japanese actor Makinyo (Rurouni Kenshin: Final Chapter, Pacific Rim: Uprising) will play Roronoa Zoro and American actress Emily Rudd (Street of Fear) will play Nami.

The other members of the Straw Hat Pirates are Jacob Romero Gibson (Greenleaf) as Usopp, and Taz Skyler (Boiling Point) as Sanji.

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Inaki Godoy (@InakiGodoy) November 9, 2021

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– Mackenyu (@Mackenyu1116) November 9, 2021

The cast of other VIPs such as Tony Tony Chopper, Nico Robin, Brooke, Black Cat Pirates and others have yet to be announced.

On December 5, the official One Piece YouTube channel shared a video of the show’s crew introducing themselves to fans, all wearing custom T-shirts designed by show creator Eiichiro Oda. Check out the full clip below.

Is there a release date for the live version of One Piece from Netflix?

No release date has been announced. We also haven’t received a trailer or official production photos yet. See the article: Lost In Space Season 3: The trailer hints at the possibility of a clash between humans and robots.. Stay tuned for more information.

Who is directing and producing the live action movie from One Piece?

The director has not yet been linked to the series. However, Netflix has confirmed that Eiichiro Oda, creator and writer of the original manga series, will be the executive producer.

“We’ve worked with Netflix and Tomorrow Studios on the huge project for the Hollywood adaptation of ONE PIECE! How many years has it been announced, right? I know, I know!” Oda joked in a press release.

“But rest assured, we’ve made steady progress right from the start! It’s not easy when you’re working with people from different cultures! But it’s precisely this process that can give something special! For now, we can announce the main cast!” he added.

Oda also specified that the actors were selected on the basis of criteria based on “their faces, the size of their mouths and hands, their aura, the way they stand, their voice, their acting skills, their height, balance within the Straw Hat team, etc.

“It will take a little longer to make this show, but we will continue to do our best to deliver a show that we trust everyone around the world will enjoy! Expect more updates in the future!” he stated.

A special message from Eiichiro Oda, creator of ONE PIECE:

“We’ve worked with Netflix and Tomorrow Studios on the huge project for the Hollywood adaptation of ONE PIECE! It’s been how many years since it was announced, right? I know, I know!” (1/5) pic.twitter.com/Fihyy7iaiF

– Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) November 9, 2021

Netflix’s One Piece series will be co-written by exhibitors Stephen Maidow and Matt Owens, both of whom will also be executive producers. The two men said in a joint statement that the actors “have already begun to work hard to bring these characters to life. You will get to know and love them just like their manga counterparts.”

The series is produced by Netflix and Tomorrow Studios in association with Netflix which handles production and physical distribution.

How many episodes are there in the One Piece series on Netflix?

It was reported in January 2020 that Netflix had ordered 10 episodes for the first season of the series. The length of each episode has not yet been revealed.

McKinho, the actor who played Zorro in the Netflix remake of “One Piece”. Credit: John Sato/Getty Images

Will the One Piece Netflix series follow the same story as the anime and manga?

It is not yet clear how much, if any, the Netflix adaptation will deviate from the original manga and anime of One Piece. While the animated series — which debuted in 1999 — broke the 1,000-episode mark, Netflix ordered just 10 episodes for the first season of its adaptation. It’s probably safe to assume that Season 1 will focus primarily on early story arcs, with an emphasis on Luffy and Straw Hat Pirates.

Where can I watch the live action of the One Piece series?

The One Piece live series is being recorded as a Netflix original series and will therefore be broadcast exclusively on the streaming platform upon release.

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