One Piece fans, get hyped, the surprisingly live-action adaptation of Eiichiro Oda’s dearest manga is coming to Netflix, and the production of the series is right now going. Netflix requested ten episodes for the first season, and it will be created by Tomorrow Studios and publisher Shueisha, a similar studio behind Netflix’s now cancelled series Cowboy Bebop.
Since One Piece made its debut on July 22, 1997, in an issue of Weekly Shōnen Jump, over 1,053 chapters of the manga have been distributed, alongside 102 volumes, it’s as yet progressing. One Piece is additionally one of the greatest-selling manga ever, beating other famous titles like Naruto and Dragon Ball.
One Piece is additionally perceived as the most selling manga ever, beating any anime like Dragon Ball, Golgo 13, and Naruto with more than 462 million copies sold. This additionally makes One Piece one of the greatest earning fictional franchises ever, producing more than $21 billion in income across its numerous mangas, films, video games, and other pieces of anime merchandise.
One Piece Netflix Live-Action Adaptation Release Date
Netflix hasn’t reported the official release date for the live-action adaption of the anime series One Piece yet, yet the digital platform shared a message from the series’ maker Eiichiro Oda on its official Twitter handle.
The update uncovers that process toward a release date is being made, expressing, ‘It’ll take a bit more time to finish this show, yet we’ll keep on giving our all to convey a show that we’re certain will be delighted in by everybody all over the world’. Anticipate more updates from now on! As per Netflix’s July 2022 timetable for new films and TV shows, the live-action adaption of the anime series One Piece series won’t be delivered in July 2022.
Who Is Behind The Production Of The Live-Action Adaption of The Series?
As we referenced over, the key production company behind the series is Tomorrow Studios. Their eminent tasks incorporate Hanna for Prime Video and Snowpiercer for TNT. The production company has additionally prepared Cowboy Bebop for Netflix as well.
That leads us on to our showrunner for the anime series One Piece. Steven Maeda will be the showrunner for One Piece. His long career has had him engaged with titles like The X Files, Lost, Lie to Me, Helix and Day Break.
ONE PIECE is officially in production the road for Luffy to become the Pirate King has just begun pic.twitter.com/n2CzadWXh7— Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) February 1, 2022
Marc Jobst is supposed to direct the first episode of the live-action adaption of the anime series One Piece. He’s outstandingly directed episodes of Netflix’s series like Daredevil, The Punisher, and The Witcher.
Farewell South Africa. Land of sunshine, hard work, little creatures that visit each day, and mountains that every day took my breath away. Thank you to the incredibly talented crew that help bring this show to life.— Marc Jobst (@marcjobst1) May 9, 2022
Now to the next stage…the cut ❤️@onepiecenetflix pic.twitter.com/PZdW3LtyD1
In November 2021, Netflix reported the cast of its live-action adaptation of the anime series One Piece. Iñaki Godoy will play the role of the protagonist pirate Monkey D Luffy. The 18-years of age Mexican entertainer is most popular for playing the role of Bruno in Netflix’s Who Killed Sara?
Alongside Iñaki Godoy, joining his group is Taz Skylar as Sanji, Emily Rudd as Nami, Jacob Romero Gibson as Usopp, and Roronoa Zoro as Mackenyu. They are also known as the Straw Hat Pirates. You can watch the cast present themselves in this video from the official One Piece YouTube channel.
It was reported that Peter Gadiot (Queen of the South, Yellowjackets) will play the role of Shanks, the top of the Red Hair Pirates. He is supposed to depict Shanks as a more youthful man when the Netflix series goes live.