In 2023, Netflix will release its live-action ONE PIECE adaptation. You can join the voyage today with two first-look character teasers before we head out to sea.
That’s pretty much all we know thus far; Netflix didn’t provide a particular release date but did present a brand-new poster for its rendition of the enduring pirate manga and anime created by Eiichiro Oda.
One Piece Live Action Storyline
The events of One Piece take place on an alternate Earth that is now experiencing a period known as the “Golden Age of Pirates.” Only the strongest have a chance to lay claim to the legendary treasure known as “One Piece” that was left behind by the greatest pirate of them all, Gol D. Roger. Ruthless, cunning pirates dominate the seas.
Years after Gol D. Roger’s passing, a young child named Monkey D. Luffy has ambitions to form his own crew, locate One Piece, and establish himself as the Pirate King. Luffy has incredible strength and agility after consuming a devil fruit that gives him the ability to transform his body into rubber.
When Luffy reaches adulthood, he embarks on his epic journey to become the next Pirate King from Foosha Village in East Blue.
One Piece Live Action Key Visual / Teaser Art
The Studio has made available a character teaser image for Monkey D. Luffy. Monkey D. Luffy, a young pirate, teams up with his strong crew in the popular Japanese manga-turned-anime series to search for the elusive One Piece treasure.
Of course, not everything about his journey goes as planned. Monkey D. Luffy and his crew must avoid their fair share of threats and foes as they navigate islands and oceans in pursuit of their wealth.
Although there will be more information on the brand-new live-action series later, this new image teases an exciting future filled with boundless adventures (see below).
Everything You need to know about One Piece Live Action
One Piece is one of the most adored and well-known manga series of all time in terms of franchises. There have already been 969 chapters and 95 volumes released of the manga since it first appeared on July 22nd, 1997 in a Weekly Shonen Jump issue.
With over 462 million copies sold, One Piece is also acknowledged as the best-selling manga of all time, outpacing series like Dragon Ball, Golgo 13, and Naruto. This also makes One Piece one of the most valuable fictional brands of all time, bringing in nearly $21 billion through its numerous mangas, movies, video games, and other merchandising ventures.
Although the live-action adaptation was first announced in 2020, Matt Owens and Steven Maeda will serve as showrunners. The new poster features the back of Inaki Godoy as Luffy, Mackenyu as Zoro, Emily Rudd as Nami, Jacob Romero Gibson as Usopp, and Taz Skylar as Sanji among others in the core cast.
Accordingly, Tomorrow Studios is the series’ primary production firm. Their major works include Snowpiercer for TNT and Hanna for Prime Video. The production business is also getting Cowboy Bebop ready for Netflix, of course.
The live-action series will only be available to view on Netflix. There will be ten episodes in the first season. The executive producer will be Oda.
So what are your thoughts about the Live-Action adaptation? Let us know in the comment section.
Frequently Asked Question
The answer is Yes but there will be a few changes in the original story but still, the character and other artwork will remain the same.
Everything is finally revealed except the trailer and release date so be at ease the release date will also be announced in a few days.