We got a great news for One Piece fans who have been desperately waiting for the ONE PIECE Live Action since its first announcement in 2017. Recently, a full new trailer for the upcoming One Piece live-action TV series was released by Netflix.
Moreover, this trailer features some new characters for the series who are ready to make their debut in the first live-action series of One Piece. As we already know, the ONE PIECE Live Action TV series will be released on August 31, 2023, on Netflix.
It will consist of eight episodes and cover the first saga of the series, the East Blue Saga. Due to being created by Netflix and coming under Hollywood’s project, this upcoming live action has the potential to break all other franchise live action records.
As a result, fans does not want to miss a single chance to learn as much as possible about this upcoming live action series. So let’s get straight to this informative news and find out about its newly released full trailer and other necessary information along with it.
New Main Trailer of the ONE PIECE Live Action TV Series
On July 22, 2023, Netflix released the new trailer for the One Piece live-action TV Series on their official YouTube channel. Furthermore, this trailer already crossed 2.5 million views and received plenty of good comments just within 12 hours of its release.
These numbers excellently indicate how excited fans are for this upcoming live-action series. On the other hand, this new trailer also features some of the new characters from its original manga counterparts, including Arlong.
Let us remind you that Arlong is the main villain of the Arlong arc and will also serve as the main villain in the upcoming One Piece Live action series. While watching the trailer, it seems like the entire production team did a great job making the One Piece live action better than all other live action.
Eiichiro Oda’s Special Message for Fans Regarding One Piece Live Action
On the same day it’s new main trailer was released, Eichiro Oda, the creator of One Piece, also shared a special message for fans. Moreover, Netflix shared the English version of Eichiro’s special message on their official Twitter account.
In this special message, he gives special advice for fans about the story of One Piece live action, such as that some characters are going to be missed and some scenes are done differently.
However, he also confirmed that there is no need to worry; just enjoy your favorite one-piece’s character being alive and experiencing its beautiful world building. Moreover, he also feels blessed and thankful to have seen such a great response from fans.
Cast of the One Piece Live Action TV Series
Most of the cast members for One Piece Live Action have already been revealed by the officials. This time they revealed some more new cast members who also featured in the newly released main trailer of the series.
Here are the complete lists of cast members for One Piece live action:
- Inaki Godoy as Monkey D. Luffy
- Mackenyu as Roronoa Zoro
- Taz Skylar as Sanji
- Emily Rudd as Nami
- Jacob Romero Gibson, as Usopp
- Morgan Davies as Koby
- Ilia Isorelys Paulino as Alvida
- Aidan Scott as Helmeppo
- McKinley Belcher III, as Arlong
- Vincent Regan as Garp
- Peter Gadiot as Shanks
- Alexander Maniatis as Klahadore
- Steven Ward as Mihawk
- Craig Fairbrass as Chef Zeff
- Langley Kirkwood as Captain Morgan
- Celeste Loots as Kaya
- Chioma Umeala as Nojiko
- Colton Osorio as Young Monkey D. Luffy
That’s it for the post! We hope you found this informative news to be useful. Stay tuned with us for more of the latest anime and manga news.
Frequently Asked Questions:
All of the entire One Piece live-action series was shot in South Africa. Every location featured in the series is situated in different regions of South Africa and seems very captivating just like the world building of One Piece’s original world.
One Piece Live Action will consist of 8 episodes that were released on August 31, 2023. However, Netflix previously decided to release a total of 10 episodes but later dropped the idea for some reasons.
The upcoming live-action One Piece will only cover the first saga of the series, the East Blue Saga. This saga includes six major arcs of the series, such as the Romance Dawn arc, the Orange Town arc, the Syrup Village arc, the Baratie arc, the Arlong Park arc, and the Logue Town arc.