THE official trailer of One Piece live action has finally been unveiled, and it’s a treasure trove of Easter eggs for fans to scrutinize. The three-minute-long trailer brings to the viewers its main cast. While Inaki Godoy plays Monkey D. Luffy, Emily Rudd features as Nami, Mackenyu Arata as Zoro, Taz Skylar as Sanji, and Jacob Romero Gibson as Usopp.
Viewers are also given a sneak peek into McKinley Belcher as Arlong, Jeff Ward as Buggy, Steven Ward as Mihawk, and told about the epic conflict between the Straw Hat pirates and their adversaries.
Oda is prepared to get mixed reactions from the viewers.
“After the launch, I’m sure I’ll hear about some people pointing out how this character is missing or that scene is omitted, or this bit is different from the manga,” Oda wrote in a statement.
Not the one to be affected by comments, Oda is eager to know what the viewers will have to say about the upcoming series. “But I’m sure they’ll come from a place of love, so I intend to enjoy even those comments!”
The series will run for eight episodes.
In one of her recent interviews, Oda said that some sequences were re-shot. “Even after the shoot was over, there were numerous scenes the production agreed to re-shoot because I felt they weren’t good enough to put out into the world,” Oda said, adding, “On the other hand, there were also some lines that I thought didn’t feel like Luffy on paper… But when I saw the filmed scenes, I went, ‘It works when it’s Iñaki performing it as Luffy! As a matter of fact, it works great!!’…. There were so many things that had to be done to keep things from looking too unnatural in live action.”
Created by Eiichiro Oda, the One Piece live-action adaptation will be available on Netflix on August 31.
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