One Piece: the Netflix series begins filming

Author: Silvio Mazzitelli ,
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A Twitter post announced the start of filming for the expected live-action series dedicated to One Piece. After several months of pre-production e the announcement of the cast arrived a few months ago, finally the curtain is rising on what will be the first season of the expected show of Netflix. In the photos published by the official international Netflix account, we see some cast members during a day of filming, while a few days ago the executive producer Steven Maeda he had hinted that work would begin shortly with another Tweet on his official account.

One Piece: Netflix live-action ready to go

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The live-action series of One Piece becomes more and more real with each passing day, although at the beginning of the production there were problems that slowed down the developments also due to the pandemic. Now with the start of filming it remains only to wonder when we will be able to see the first season on Netflix. At the moment we know that the first season will consist of 10 episodes which will cover approximately the story arc of the East Blue, that is, until the arrival in Rogue Town and then the entry into the Major Route by Luffy's crew. It would therefore roughly cover just over a dozen volumes of the original manga, which recently even reached the volume number 100.

A short while ago it was also announced the cast of the Netflix series, composed mainly of new or emerging faces and, above all, very similar to their animated counterparts.  Inaki Godoy (Go, Youth !, Who Killed Sara?) Will play the protagonist Monkey D. Luffy, Emily rudd (Fear Street, Hunters) will be Nami, mackenyu (Rurouni Kenshin: Final Chapter, Pacific Rim: Uprising) plays Roronoa Zoro, Finally Jacob Romero Gibson (Greenleaf, All Rise) plays Usopp and Taz skylar (Boiling Point, Villain) will be Sanji.

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Production will be managed by Tomorrow Studios, who also covered the live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop, which stars Marty Adelstein (Prison Break and Teen Wolf) as producer, Matt Owens (Luke Cage and Agents of SHIELD) on the screenplay, and Steven Maeda and Becky Clements in the role of executive producers. The author of the original manga Eiichiro oda will supervise the project being involved from the beginning of the works. We therefore await a possible launch window for the series which, given the start of filming, could even arrive within the end of the year if there will be no slowdowns, but these are just our guesses for the moment ..

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One Piece Netflix, what we know about the live-action series

Watch the poster and find out what you need to know about One Piece, the live action TV series based on the famous manga coming to Netflix!
Author: Mauro G. Pozzuoli ,
One Piece Netflix, what we know about the live-action series

He's out the first poster from the live-action TV series One Piece, taken from the famous manga by Eiichirō Oda. The new TV series is an exclusive Netflix and will come out during the 2023. The first season of One Piece consists of ten episodes.

Mexican actor Iñaki Godoy appears in the poster, already known to the public for the TV series The Imperfects and Whatever Happened to Sara? Godoy plays the protagonist or Monkey D. Luffy. In the poster, however, you will not be able to admire his face, as the actor appears from behind - here is the image:

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