Netflix has informed One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda that the eight-episode live-action series will not premiere until he is satisfied.
Kodoani.com – Fans can rest assured that when live-action One Piece Netflix’s launch, it will receive Eiichiro Oda’s stamp of approval.
One Piece mangaka Eiichiro Oda released a statement regarding the upcoming live-action series via Netflix’s Twitter account. Oda admits there were some difficulties and frustrations during production because he, Tomorrow Studios and Netflix “come from very different cultures…we have rules, skill sets, and goals. different goals.” The creator wrote, “‘It feels like, ‘we’re all trying to get to the same place, so why aren’t we on the same wavelength?'”. .” However, things came together when Oda revealed that the film was in its final stages and that Netflix had “promised that it wouldn’t release it.” [bộ phim] until I’m satisfied.”
Ever since the beginning of our partnership with Eiichiro Oda, we have been working closely to bring the ONE PIECE live action to you — we welcome everyone to this adventurous world! pic.twitter.com/Woki8YZ27H
— Netflix (@netflix) May 4, 2023
Weekly Shōnen Jump’s Live-Action One Piece Plan
Weekly Shōnen Jump has revealed plans for a live-action adaptation of Oda’s hugely popular One Piece manga in 2017 as part of the series’ 20th anniversary celebration. Created in partnership with Shuisha, Tomorrow Studios and Netflix will produce the series. Oda will oversee the show as executive producer. Matt Owens and Steven Maeda will serve as writers, hosts, and executive producers.
One Piece Live-Action Actor
Iñaki Godoy plays the tough captain of the Straw Hat Pirates, Monkey D. Luffy. Mackenyu plays the bounty hunter and swordsman Zoro. Emily Rudd joins as navigator Nami. Jacob Romero Gibson plays gunner Usopp while Taz Skylar plays master chef Sanji. Peter will play the red-haired pirate captain Shanks.
One Piece History in Weekly Shōnen Jump
Serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump since 1997, One Piece is one of the best-selling manga series in history, with over 500 million copies in circulation as of August 2022. The series has been adapted for a number of years. the aime series is developing very successfully and fourteen animated anime series are in theaters. One Piece: Red’s latest anime movie has broken box office records and become the fifth highest-grossing Japanese film of all time. Despite its immense popularity, this is the first time in its 26-year history that a live-action series has been produced.