On August 15, the official Instagram account of the live-action series “One Piece” revealed a first look at the young characters of the Straw Hats.
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Yesterday, August 15, the series’ official Instagram account revealed a first look at the Straw Hat characters as children. It looks like the live-action adaptation will dig into the behind-the-scenes stories of each Straw Hat crew member.
Luffy as a child
Colton Osorio, a 13-year-old Colombian-American actor has been cast as the young Monkey D. Luffy.
Sanji as a child
Christian Convery, a 13-year-old Canadian-American actor known for his starring roles in Netflix’s “Sweet Tooth” and the recently released “Cocaine Bear,” will portray the young Sanji.
The first images of Usopp, Zoro and Nami as babies were also revealed.
Zoro as a child
Nami as a child
Usopp as a child
Audience concerns about One Piece live-action
Eiichiro Oda will be responsible if the One Piece live-action goes wrong.
Following the release of the trailer for the live-action film adaptation of One Piece, many anime fans expressed skepticism, fearing another unsuccessful Hollywood attempt at adapting the Japanese manga. The popular version turned into a live-action film.
In response to fans’ concerns, One Piece author Eiichiro Oda shared a heartfelt message to address these concerns. He openly acknowledged the challenges faced during the project’s development and the potential for criticism after the film’s release.
Eiichiro Oda emphasized the deep love of fans for the One Piece franchise. He expressed his willingness to accept the audience’s critical comments about the film. If anything goes wrong with the live-action adaptation, the author will stand by the cast and staff responsible for the project.
The message of the “father of One Piece” seems to confirm the behind-the-scenes efforts of the film crew, including the dedication of the cast, the carefulness and meticulousness in the design of the costumes, and the challenges. awake when bringing the context in the cartoon to life.
Notable is Oda’s praise for Inaki Godoy’s performance of Monkey D. Luffy. He expressed satisfaction with the way some lines were brought to life.