The first trailer for One Piece, the much-awaited live-action series based on Eiichiro Oda’s iconic high-seas adventure and the all-time best-selling manga series in Japan, has been made available on Netflix.
Check out the trailer here –
Monkey D. Luffy, a youthful adventurer who has dreamed of living a life of freedom since he can remember, is the main character of One Piece. In order to become King of the Pirates, Luffy embarks on a dangerous adventure from his small village in search of the famous fabled treasure known as ONE PIECE.
However, Luffy will need to put together the team he’s always wanted before locating a ship to sail, searching every square inch of the great blue waters, outrunning the Marines, and outwitting dangerous adversaries at every turn in order to find the final reward.
As Monkey D. Luffy, Mackenyu plays Roronoa Zoro, Emily Rudd plays Nami, Jacob Romero plays Usopp, and Taz Skylar plays Sanji in the television series.
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 additional cast members. As Gold Roger, Michael Dorman joins the cast. To be announced: further cast.
Executive producers, showrunners, and writers, Matt Owens and Steven Maeda. Additionally, executive producing are Marty Adelstein, Becky Clements, and Eiichiro Oda.
“There was so much that went into it–all of the efforts by the actors, the building of the world and the costumes, presenting things in a way that can only be done in live action, the dialogue–and the entire process of so many people putting their heads together was a festivity in and of itself,” said creator Eiichiro Oda in a specially penned letter on the series. “I’ll say this. There were no compromises on this show!”
On August 31, One Piece will launch on Netflix.
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