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Netflix releases the first trailer of the live adaptation of the manga ‘One Piece’

Date: May 29, 2024 Time: 21:11:52

Netflix has released the first trailer for the live-action adaptation of the One Piece manga. The series based on Eiichiro Oda’s novel will hit the platform on August 31. The video was released on the eve of One Piece Day, which is celebrated annually on July 22.

The trailer chronicles the journey of the Straw Hat Pirates. You can see his ship and his flag. The heroes embark on a journey across the ocean of the Grand Line in search of a treasure that will make their captain Monkey D. Luffy the king of pirates. Additionally, the trailer shows off the villains they’ll be up against this season, including Buggy the Clown.

Netflix has also released a new letter from Oda himself, in which he praises the series creators and actors and talks about how he enjoyed working with them.

“So much has been done: all the efforts of the actors, creating the world and the costumes, presenting things in a way that only live action can do, the dialogue, and the whole process of having so many people put their heads together was a celebration in itself,” the mangaka writes.

The first season of One Piece will consist of eight episodes. The show stars Iñaki Godoy (Who Killed Sarah?), Macenyu (The Knights of the Zodiac), Emily Rudd (Fear Streets 2), Jacob Gibson (Real Rap) and Taz Skylar (Boiling Point).

Previously, Netflix received 5.9 million new subscribers after the password sharing ban. Streaming has made $1.8 billion. We talk about it in more detail here.

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Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor is a full-time editor for ePrimefeed covering sports and movie news.
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