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One Piece Live Action Release Date

We finally have all that we need to know regarding the One Piece Live Action. As a One Piece fan myself, it is very exciting to see a Live Adaptation of your favorite Anime and Manga. In addition to an exciting release date announcement, Netflix has published the much-awaited first official trailer for the One Piece Live Action series. Straw Hats mark your calendars, One Piece Live Action will premiere on Netflix on August 31, 2023.

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The Live Action One Piece will follow Monkey D. Luffy and his dependable pirate crew as they set out to gather the greatest treasure in order to give Luffy the title of Pirate King. It is an adaptation of the well-known manga series by Eiichiro Oda and the associated anime series.

One Piece Live Action Trailer

Fans got their first glimpse at the show’s core cast. The trailer was released on Saturday, June 17th, at Netflix’s annual TUDUM event.

The opening scene of the “One Piece Live Action” trailer shows Windmill Village, Monkey D. Luffy’s homeland, where the main character discusses his dream of becoming the King of Pirates. We’re introduced to all the amazing characters. Can we talk about how the Zoro Live Action is on point? So far the trailer was amazing.

One Piece Live Action Release date

One Piece will be released on Netflix on 31st August 2023. The shoot was completed in August 2022, in Cape Town. In addition, Showrunner Steven Maeda uploaded a picture of himself in Cape Town along with the phrase “arrival” in October 2021.

Maeda used social media in March 2021 to reassure followers that production had finally resumed and was moving forward at full speed after further setbacks brought on by the pandemic.

He stated, “A year ago COVID kicked us out of our offices and delayed production. But we haven’t stopped working to bring @onepiecenetflix to life. Thanks for your patience, your questions, and many great suggestions,”


The amazing cast includes Iaki Godoy as Luffy, Emily Rudd as Nami, Mackenyu as Roronoa Zoro, Taz Skylar as Sanji, Jacob Romero Gibson as Usopp, and others. Vincent Regan, Ilia Isorel’s Paulino, Morgan Davies, Aidan Scott, Langley Kirkwood, Jeff Ward, Celeste Loots, Alexander Maniatis, McKinley Belcher III, Craig Fairbrass, Steven Ward, and Chioma Umeala are among the cast members who have previously been revealed.

One Piece Live Action
Credits – Dexerto

Live-action pirate adventure ONE PIECE was developed by Tomorrow Studios and Netflix in collaboration with Shueisha. Executive producers, showrunners, and writers, Matt Owens and Steven Maeda. Additionally, executive producing are Marty Adelstein, Becky Clements, and Eiichiro Oda.

Moreover, To make things better The Voice actors of the anime will be a part of the Japanese dubbing. Isn’t that great?


The events of One Piece take place in the ‘Golden Age of Pirates’ with Luffy and the Straw Hats.

The seas are ruled by pirates who are fighting for control of the legendary treasure known as “One Piece,” which once belonged to Gol D Roger, the greatest pirate of all time. He sets out to find his crew

Luffy gains the ability to transform his body into rubber thanks to a devil fruit, giving him the strength he needs to navigate the perilous seas and engage in combat to succeed as the Pirate King.

One Piece Live Action
Credits – ONE Esports

Films like 2017’s Death Note and 2021’s Cowboy Bebop, were either widely panned or disregarded after their releases. In conclusion, We all know that Netflix doesn’t have the finest history with live-action anime adaptations.

Firstly, With Oda involved, I believe this will change the live-action trend. “The entire cast and crew, spanning various countries, are brimming with love for ONE PIECE,” Oda-Sensei wrote to his fans in a recent letter. “They’re burning with passion, and I’ve reminded everyone involved that this should be fun.” 

Nevertheless, with the upcoming live-action Netflix series One Piece, which will shortly set sail on the platform, everything might change.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many episodes will One Piece live-action have?

The One Piece Live Action will have Eigh episodes, which will cover the East Blue Saga.

Did One Piece actually stop for 2 years?

In the context of One Piece, the two-year gap in the plot between Chapters 597 and 598 and Episodes 516 and 517 is referred to as the “timeskip.” It divides the One Piece saga into The Final Sea: The New World Saga and Sea of Survival: Super Rookies Saga.

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