The Straw Hat’s Ship is finally sailing
The One Piece is one of the long-running anime. The series created by Eiichiro Oda got the luck of getting live-action series by Netflix. Now we are officially blessed with the One piece cast Pictures through Netflix’s official Twitter account.
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One Piece cast
The cast of the legendary One piece live-action has
- Iñaki Godoy as Monkey D. Luffy
- Mackenyu as Roronoa Zoro
- Emily Rudd as Nami
- Jacob Romero Gibson as Usopp
- Taz Skylar as Sanji.
The Producer, writer of the series is Steven Maeda, Matt Owens is the Executive Producer. How can we forget about the man behind the series-The Creator?. Of course, Eiichiro Oda will involve in the making of the series.
This Splendid has a great history. The manga of this series is 25 years old. The anime was 1008 episodes and still running.
One Piece is about the story of Monkey D. Luffy who wants to become king of Pirates. He also wishes to find the One Piece treasure. In the Pirate world of one Piece, there are Devil Fruits. Each one has one special Power and also who will eat the fruit can’t swim. Because ‘they are hated by the sea’. In Luffy’s, there will be many characters like shanks, Zoro, Nami, Ussop, and many more.
Our hero Luffy also ate Gomu-Gomu fruit which gives him the power-like ability to stretch like Rubber man. It will be a treat for fans to see how Luffy can bounce back the bullet coming right at him and many acts.
We will see how the Live adaptation of the series with these effects and tons of characters. In January 2020 Netflix announced that live adaptation comprises 10 episodes. In September 2021, The logo, as well as the title of the Pilot Episode, was released.The title is the same as the original anime title -‘Romance Dawn’.
As we know for the whole series 10 episodes will not be sufficient by taking the character’s backstories, plot, etc. We are waiting for the Straw hats to enter Netflix, and wish them Good Luck( Gambare Gambare)
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